Mercure Daventry Court Hotel and Spa

A Hotel in Daventry, Northamptonshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Sedgemoor Way
NN11 5SG

Mercure Daventry Court Hotel and Spa, Daventry

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A stylish & modern 4-star hotel in a Saxon market town with lovely grounds and inner courtyard. With over 150 rooms and conference facilities, great food, free WiFi, free parking, beauty rooms plus a health club and pool. Ideally located for Silverstone, Althorp House, Towcester racing and Canons Ashby. Minutes from M1 junction 18, close to M40.

This hotel offers everything you need for a relaxing break that offers both a town and country experience.

4 star rating

From: £95.00

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