Cheap Hotels in Corby
find the perfect place for a perfect getaway...welcome to the Hampton by Hilton™ Corby/Kettering. Just 90 minutes by train from London, the Hampton by Hilton™ Corby/Kettering is located near Kettering in the heart of a rapidly developing community. Rockingham Leisure Park, home to our hotel in Corby, is an up and coming vibrant area with several dining options within easy walking distance of our hotel. Corby carefully balances the vision of our progressive development with a deep respect of our past, and a visit to the Hampton by Hilton™ Corby/Kettering wouldn't be complete without a tour of the quaint historic towns and stately castles that tell the story of the our town's rich history. A story that continues today at our hotel in Corby. Speed thrills, and there is no more proof of this than here in Corby. Just two miles from the Hampton by Hilton™ Corby/Kettering is Rockingham Motor Speedway. Europe's fastest racing circuit is not only an amazing place to visit on race day; the speedway is open for tours and available for unique and exciting family gatherings or business meetings. From the fast-paced energy of the speedway, decelerate for a moment in the shops along Corby High Street, in the heart of the old town just moments from our hotel in Corby. For more outdoor adventures, lose yourself in the trails along the lake at East Carlton County Park or test your golf game against Priors Hall Golf Course. Whether at the speedway or along the quiet lake, you're sure to find the perfect pace for a perfect getaway in Corby. services & amenities Here at the Hampton by Hilton™ Corby/Kettering, we're passionate about taking good care of you. That's why we offer a broad range of services and amenities to make your stay exceptional. Whether you're planning a corporate meeting or need accommodations for a family reunion or your child's sporting group, we're delighted to offer you easy planning and booking tools to make the process quick and organized. * Meetings & Events *
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Hotels in Corby
A small village until the 1930s, Corby has grown beyond all recognition in the last 100 years. A few years after the start of the millennium it was the fastest growing town in England.
The advent of the steelworks brought enormous growth in the middle of the last century, including a large influx of Scottish immigrants, who brought their heritage with them. Even today, more than 30 years after the steelworks closed, the town is often dubbed Little Scotland. A sixth of the population are Scottish and there are Scottish social and sporting clubs, Scottish churches and an annual Highland Gathering with traditional Scottish sports, music and dancing.
Book one of our Corby hotels and discover a diverse and interesting town with plenty going on.
You can learn about the history of the town at Corby Heritage Centre, which has temporary exhibitions on different aspects of the town's heritage. Admission is free.
The Rooftop Gallery and Workshops hosts exhibitions on everything from crafts and photography to graffiti and tattoos.
Corby also has a theatre, The Core, which hosts concerts, musicals, plays, comedy, children's shows, talks, film screenings and more.
Just outside the town, Kirby Hall is the former home of Sir Christopher Hatton, Lord Chancellor to Queen Elizabeth I. Although it has lost part of its roof, the Great Hall and state rooms have been preserved and restored in keeping with the dÃ©cor of the time. You'll also want to explore the gardens, full of ornate topiary, statues and urns, as well as a proliferation of peacocks. The Parterre Garden is an imitation of a 17th-century garden.
Sports and leisure
Swimmers should head to the Corby East Midlands International Pool, which has a 50-metre main pool, a learner and a kids' pool, a gym, sauna and a steam room. The Lodge Park Sports Centre has an all-weather football pitch, six tennis courts, indoor courts and table tennis â€“ you can also play tennis at Corby Tennis Centre.
For something more adrenalin-fuelled, head to the Rockingham Motor Speedway, where you can have a go at driving on a racetrack.
Woodlands and parks
Look out for nuthatches, bluebells and speckled wood butterflies at Hazel and Thoroughsale Woods, both Green Flag holders. Here you'll also find Corby Boating Lake, home to swans, herons and kingfishers. You can go fishing here â€“ just ask at the cafÃ© â€“ and there's an adventure playground and a picnic area.
Kingswood Local Nature Reserve is an ancient woodland which was once inhabited by the king's deer. More than 250 species of plants have been found here, and you might also see tawny owls, treecreepers, all three species of woodpecker and a variety of butterflies.
Eating and drinking
Northamptonshire's oldest Indian takeaway, the Royal Tandoori, is now a 100-seater restaurant too, with a menu featuring Bangladeshi cuisine and several curries named after football teams. Voted Corby's best restaurant for four years running on thebestof.co.uk, A Tasca offers an extensive menu of Portuguese cuisine, along with a kids' menu. For real ales, homecooked food and live entertainment every Saturday night head to The George, a former coaching inn in nearby Weldon.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Corby
What are the best hotels to stay in Corby?Hampton by Hilton Corby/Kettering and Snooze Hotel are some of the popular hotels in Corby.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Corby?The cheapest price for a double room in Corby is £44, offered by Snooze Hotel.
What hotels are in the central Corby neighborhood?The best hotels near the center of Corby are Snooze Hotel and Hampton by Hilton Corby/Kettering.
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