Places to go out & eat & drink in Corby
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Local Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs, Bars, etc in Corby

Places to eat & drink in Corby.





Lying on the edge of Rockingham Forest, the steel town of Corby dates back at least to the 8th century when Danes settled here. These strangers introduced the bizarre tradition of the Pole Fair, which still takes place once every 20 years. It involves readings of the Royal Charter – granted by Elizabeth 1 in 1568 - at special toll gates around the town, followed by a carnival. Anyone who fails to pay a toll is carted off to the stocks.

The town became famous in the mid-20th century when a Scottish company moved here to open a steelworks and exploit local deposits of iron ore. The ore has been mined for many centuries and royal furnaces existed even at the time of Edward the Confessor.

Rockingham Castle stands nearby on the summit of a hill over the River Welland. With stunning gardens, it dates back to the reign of William the Conqueror.

Corby is also well placed for visits to Brigstock Country Park, Kirby Hall and the important nature reserve of King’s Wood. Nearby Deene Park House is a sprawling Georgian mansion set in beautiful gardens.

We cannot give a full list of all available food outlets but below is a small selection of those available in Corby or surrounding areas.

Places to eat & drink in Corby...

Corby Candle

1 New Post Office Square, Corby, Northamptonshire, NN17 1PB
Tel: 01536 203136

Please contact the pub for further details regarding the opening hours etc.
Type: Pub/Inn

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Holiday Inn Corby-Rockingham

Geddington Road, Corby, Northants, NN18 8ET
Tel: 01536 401020    Fax: 01536 400767
E-mail: reservations@hicorby.com
Web: www.hicorby.com

The finest local and seasonal ingredients are selected and used in a choice of two very different places to enjoy the chefs’ skills. The intimate Millers Brasserie is the perfect setting for a special meal, whilst the Seasons Restaurant is open for breakfast and a Sunday lunch carvery.
Type: Restaurant  

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