Althorp
Althorp

Northamptonís museums are the place to go for foot fashion fans or fetishists, given its long association with the shoe trade. It also has one of the most fascinating churches in the country, the round Holy Sepulchre, and the largest market place... Read More

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Northampton Events

March
Victorian Easter
April
St George's Day Celebrations
May
Northamptonshire Food and Drink Festival
June
Classic and Sports Car Show
Hot Air Balloons and Jazz
Northampton Carnival
The 10th Althorp Literary Festival
July
Castle Ashby Country Fair
Festival of History
Northampton Carnival Weekend
Proms in the Park
Singing Sticks Didgeridoo Music Festival
Walk in the Park
August
Holdenby Food Show
Northampton Balloon Festival
Sporting Gun Show at Althorp
Summer Retreat Festival
The AMEF Music Festival
September
Althorp Autumn Garden Show
Northampton Green Festival
Rotary County Fair and Fun Day
December
The Fabulous Frost Fair
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Overstone Park Hotel

Overstone Park Hotel
Apart from the uniquely glorious parkland setting and an unrivaled central location , OVERSTONE PARK is a hugely appealing venue for corporate hospitality. The satisfaction of guests, visitors and members alike is treated very seriously ... More | Double Room: From £54 | visit website
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The New French Partridge Hotel

The New French Partridge Hotel
The French Partridge is a contemporary fine dining restaurant and hotel serving locally sourced produce in historic surroundings dating back to the 16th century.

Originally a coaching inn, the hotel now offers luxury accommodation in 10 ... More | visit website
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Sedgebrook Hall

Sedgebrook Hall
In 13 acres of beautiful, peaceful grounds, Sedgebrook Hall is situated in the pretty village of Chapel Brampton. It has an indoor pool, a gym and modern en suite rooms. Sedgebrook Hall is a country house ... More | Double Room: From £58 | visit website
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Falcon Hotel

Falcon Hotel

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In the idyllic rural hamlet of Castle Ashby, just a few miles from Northampton, this traditional country inn now offers free wireless internet, good service, tasty food and great value. With parts ... More

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Plough Hotel

Plough Hotel

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A very clean and friendly hotel .

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Holiday Inn Rugby Northampton M1

Holiday Inn Rugby Northampton M1

The Holiday Inn Rugby / Northampton hotel can be found a 15 minute drive to the east of Rugby in the pleasant village of Crick. Due to its ideal location, the Rugby hotel boasts great views ... More | visit website

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Globe Hotel

Globe Hotel

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The Globe Hotel is a 19th Century Coaching Inn with 18 en-suite bedrooms, a public bar and restaurant The Globe Hotel is privately owned and operated and its location & informality ... More

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The Langham Hotel

The Langham Hotel

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Conveniently situated a short walk from the town centre, our hotel is minutes from the town's mainline railway station and within easy access of business and industrial estates. A family-run business established ... More

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Highgate House

Highgate House

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Highgate House is a striking country mansion in the picturesque Northamptonshire village of Creaton. Originally a coaching inn, it has evolved over the years into a superb venue for all ... More

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Walnut Tree Inn

Walnut Tree Inn

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Relaxed and informal country inn with confortable ensuite rooms and an excellent restaurant serving freshly prepared food. A lively bar and regular live music. Close to Silverstone and Junction 15 ... More

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