Hotels & Accommodation – Ashwell, UK

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Welcome to Ashwell travel agents a stunning quaint village located in Rutland. Towards the edge of the village is an old holy well with a passage inscribed on it.

Population of Ashwell

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The closest airport to Ashwell

East Midlands Airport is just 32 miles away from Ashwell, it takes approximately 56 minutes by car depending on traffic.

East Midlands Airport to Ashwell Oakham Rutland England United Kingdom

Closest train station to Ashwell

Oakham Train Station is the nearest station to the village of Ashwell. It is 1.4 miles away and takes less than 5 minutes by car or 21 minutes if you take the bus.

Oakham Train Station to Ashwell Oakham Rutland England United Kingdom

Taxi companies in Ashwell

Company

Phone Number

 Berridge Taxis

 +441572 756088

Fox Taxis

+441572 720200

Rutland Cabs

 +441572 757891

Nightlife in Ashwell

The nightlife in Ashwell happens in Oakham which is around 1 mile away.

Nightlife in Ashwell is non-existent, with no local pub in the village locals tend to travel to nearby villages for a drink.

If you are looking for somewhere to have a night out then head to Oakham town, this is the best place to go locally to Ashwell. In fact, it is the best place for a night out in Rutland.

Here in Oakham you will find a small variety of pubs, bars and restaurants. There are also bed & Breakfasts and hotels in Oakham centre.

Scenery in and places to see in Ashwell

There are plenty of places to see in and surrounding Ashwell.

Rutland Water is down the road offering a full range of fun and exciting activities. The lake is Europe’s largest man-made lake”

Oakham town has historical points of interest including the Rutland County Museum.

History of Ashwell

St Marys Church in the village of Ashwell dates to the 14th century, in 1851 the church had a major restoration.

Towards the edge of the village, there is an old beautiful well with the inscription:

“All ye who hither come to drink,
Rest not your thoughts below,
Look at that sacred sign and think
Whence living waters flow”.

Aswell Hall is a Tudor style building that was built in 1879.