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Vine House Hotel & Restaurant
100 High Street
Paulerspury

Towcester
Northamptonshire

NN12 7NA | View map

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Undoubtedly the best place to eat and stay in rural Northamptonshire - if you are seeking a warm welcome, splendid food in an historic setting with charm and style combined. Only 1 hour from London, just a 10 minute journey from the new city of Central Milton Keynes and 15 minutes from the historic city of Northampton, this 300 year old character stone built restaurant with rooms above is an ideal base for business or leisure.

There are 6 exclusive en-suite rooms to choose from for your stay, each named after grapes and vines. Original brass bed heads, intriguing nooks, original pieces of furniture, even a distinguished example of a cheval mirror, porcelain and timepieces adorn the rooms. Facilities include fully en-suite bath or shower rooms, direct dial telephone and TV in each; all in a refined yet cosy setting.

Inclusive of full cooked English Breakfast.* As a matter of courtesy to residents and for security there is no entrance to the hotel after 12.30 at night

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