A Village Fit For A Royal
Stoke Golding was good enough for the coronation of a King. So it must be nice! In 1485 the people of the village witnessed the rural coronation of the first Tudor monarch, Henry VII. Now Stoke Golding is a vibrant village loved by families. There is a shop, two pubs and lots going on.
The West Leicestershire village is ideally located with easy access to the A47, A5 and M42. Mainline stations run to London from Leicester (16 miles away) and Nuneaton. Hinckley and Atherstone provide links to other destinations. Schools in the area include Twycross House and The Dixie Grammar School in Market Bosworth, both of which are well regarded.
Beautiful Countryside & Well Connected
Mr Clarke loves that there are three pubs. The White Swan, Three Horseshoes and the fabulous Dog & Hedgehog are all cracking boozers. There is a Post Office with all the bits and bobs you need.
Mrs Clarke loves the rural tranquility of the village but is delighted that you can be in towns within minutes for a retail therapy fix and a flat white.
- Closest village/town: Dadlington
- Post Office: 1
- Stores: Village shop
- Supermarket: Lots in Nuneaton
- Pubs: Three cracking boozers in the village
- Walks: Endless countryside walking with the dog