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Falcon Hotel
Castle Ashby
Northampton
Northamptonshire

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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 of the building dating back to the 16th century, the Falcon has 16 en suite rooms, 6 in the main hotel and the remainder in the adjacent cottages. All of the rooms are beautifully decorated with country fabrics and subtle colours. The award-winning Compton's Restaurant overlooks the hotel’s delightful mature gardens and offers a range of menus and dishes, with something to suit everyone. The delicious food is made with high quality ingredients, with local produce used whenever possible. The extensive wine list includes a selection of wines from around the world to complement your meal.

The Falcon is just a few minutes from Castle Ashby House and its magnificent grounds. The hotel's 2 fully-equipped meeting rooms can accommodate up to 40 people for special occasions or business events.

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