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Sedgebrook Hall
Pitsford Road
Chapel Brampton


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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 just 5 miles from Northampton. The hotel has a superb health and leisure club, including a gym, an all-weather tennis court, a 3-par pitch and putt, and a sauna. The spacious rooms are in separate accommodation buildings in the hotel grounds. Each has luxury bedding, 30 minutes of free Wi-Fi, a work area and a TV. Rooms also feature a laptop safe and tea/coffee facilities. The Tempus Restaurant offers contemporary dining from a menu offering brasserie classics and home cooked favourites. Dinner may be served in either the Tempus restaurant or bar areas. Sedgebrook Hall is conveniently situated just 8 miles from the M1. It is 4 miles from the nearest rail station, and Birmingham International Airport is a 40-minute drive from the building.


Number of Rooms: 102
Number Ensuite: 102
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Children Welcome - Leisure facilities open to over 18s only
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