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Welcome to Morcott, situated along the North slope of the river Chatter in the picturesque Rutland countryside in Oakham. Morcott was designated as a conservation area in 1981 by the local council.

Population of Morcott

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The closest airport to Morcott

The nearest airport to Morcott is the East Midlands Airport which is 45 miles away and takes 1 hour.

East Midlands Airport to Morcott Rutland England United Kingdom

Closest train station to Morcott

The closest train station is located in Stamford which is in Lincolnshire, the train station is around 9 miles away and takes 15 minutes to drive there.

Stamford Train Station to Morcott Rutland England United Kingdom

Tax companies in Morcott

Company

Phone Number

 Berridge Taxis

 +441572 756088

Uppingham Taxis

+447581 735959

Rutland Cabs

+441572 757891

Night life in Morcott

The night life in Morcott happens in Uppinghan which is around 5 miles away.

Morcott has one local pub in the village which is the Country Lounge.

Uppingham the next nearest town offers a wider range of both pubs and bars if you are searching for more variety.

Scenery in and places to see in Morcott

Morcott is a pretty village with traditional stone buildings, the Morcott windmill can be seen dominating the skyline through out the village.

The village church St Mary’s was built during the Norman period and features a ‘pancake’ window. It is the most complete Norman church in Rutland.

The village has agricultural origins and is surrounded by stunning open green countryside.

History of Morcott

The village has 30 buildings alone on the national history heritage list, it was recorded in the Doomsday survey 1086 as Moorcrote and formed part of the Kings manor.

Over the years it has passed to different families and owner ships until in the 19th century when it passed to the Fydell Rowley family.

Most of the stone buildings in the village are dated after the 17th and 18th century which suggests that there was a large transformation and boom in economic prosperity for the village.