The Woolpack Rothwell is a 17th century ironstone built pub with three low beamed open plan rooms. Built in 1714 the Woolpack was first noted as an ale-house in about 1750, making it the second oldest pub in Rothwell.
Run by Rachel Nash since July 2013, the pub has had a lot of tlc and is once again a thriving business.
Rothwell is a Market Town, with plenty of restaurants and history. Rowell Fair is held the week following Trinity Sunday each year and has taken place for over 800 years after King John granted a Charter originally for the fee free selling of local livestock. Today it’s a week-long funfair with pubs being open from 6am on Proc Monday!!
The games room features a pool table whilst an L-shaped bar and a lounge are to the rear.
This was believed to have been the place where wool was sold on the medieval market since the granting of the 1204 Charter.
Voted Northamptonshire CAMRA Town Pub of the Season Spring 2015.