Local Attractions . . .
Newbold on Avon is a beautiful village on the outskirts of Rugby, Warwickshire, and located only 1.5 miles north-west of Rugby town centre.
The Barley Mow is situated in the old village opposite the beautiful church of St. Botolphs which dates from the 15th Century. We are also on the North Oxford Canal by Bridge 50 and the 189 metre-long Newbold Tunnel, which was built on the 1930’s.
We are a few minutes’ walk away from the stunning Newbold Quarry Park.
With great motorway and rail access, Rugby and Newbold is easily accessible for commuters and visitors.
- • Newbold Rugby Club
- • Webb Ellis Rugby Football Museum
- • Rugby Art Gallery and Museum
- • Coombe Abbey
- • Warwick Castle
- • Stratford Upon Avon
- • NEC Birmingham – direct train link from Rugby
- • London – direct train link from Rugby