From the South and East
Exit the M1 at Junction 16 and take the 1st exit from the roundabout - this is the A45 to Daventry and Coventry. Travel along the A45 through Flore and continue over traffic lights at the crossroads of the A45 and A5 roads at Weedon. Daventry will be signposted at this junction. Upon reaching the outskirts of Daventry, you will see the Landmark Hotel on your left. Take the 3rd exit at this roundabout. At the next roundabout, take the 2nd exit, which is straight over. Continue to the mini roundabout, just after the traffic lights. Take the 1st exit into Abbey Street and then the first turning on the right. You will see the Council offices as you turn into this road. Before the subway at the bottom of this road, turn left into the open air car park. Alternatively turn right and into the entrance to the Undercroft Car Park
From the West
Take the A425 from Warwick and Leamington Spa. After passing the edge of the village of Staverton, with the Countryman Public House on the left, you will come to a roundabout. Take the 1st exit and continue past the golf club/hotel on your left. At the next roundabout take the 2nd exit, which is straight over. The Cummins factory is on your left . Take the 2nd exit at the following roundabout, passing a petrol station on your left, and head towards Daventry Town Centre. At the next roundabout, take the 2nd exit into Eastern Way. Take the 2nd turning on your right, which is just prior to the next, larger roundabout and before the iCon building on your left. This is Lodge Road. You will see the Council offices on your left. Take the 1st left into the car park - if no parking spaces are available continue through the car park to the larger Undercroft Car Park.
Coach and bus services are available from most nearby towns to Daventry town centre. Please check with local operators.
Daventry does not have a railway station although Long Buckby is the closest train station to the town (5 miles).Train services are available from most major towns and cities to Northampton and, in some instances, to Long Buckby.
Daventry is accessible by bicycle and cycle storage is available throughout the town centre and at the council offices. A Daventry Cycle Map is available on Northamptonshire County Council's website.