Saxon CrownElizabeth Street
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The Saxon Crown is a refurbished 1960s landmark building in the centre of Corby town which was formally the Co-op store. The pub is actually a Wetherlodge, featuring luxuriously fitted and sparkling bathrooms with relaxing rainfall showers. The name refers to the history of the area: the village of Corby derives its name from Kori, the leader of Danish invaders who settled in a clearing in Rockingham Forest. The open plan bar has high-backed leather booths proving some relief plus high backed stools. To the rear is a patio. Two beer festivals are held.