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Murcott Mill Farmhouse
Murcott Mill
Murcott
Long Buckby

Northampton
Northamptonshire

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Murcott Mill is a wonderful Georgian Mill house, close to a tributary of the Nene River. The house has been in the family of the owners since it was originally built to mill grain in 1760. Guests will receive a very warm welcome and can relax and enjoy the tranquility of the countryside whilst being very close to the village of Long Buckby. Northamptonshire is a county with a wealth of historical interest, country houses and fabulous gardens open to the public and Murcott Mill is ideally situated to visit Althorp, Cottesbrooke Hall, Coton Manor Gardens. There are great places to fish, horse ride, play golf and sail in the area. There are lovely country walks from the house, and the Grand Union Canal is within walking distance. There is a delightful sitting room for visitors whilst staying, with an open log fire. On warm days, guests can sit in the garden enjoying the country air and beautiful views. There is a separate dining room, where a delicious breakfast is served. All bedrooms are very comfortable and have a flat screen tv, dvd, freeview, clockradio, internet access and tea and coffee making facilities. There is plenty of off-road parking. Well behaved pets are welcome.

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