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B and Bs in Kettering

Home Farm Barn
Main Street
Sudborough

Kettering
Northamptonshire

NN14 3BX | View map
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A self contained Barn completely to yourself. Situated in Sudborough, 3 miles from the A14 and Thrapston, near Kettering, Corby, Rockingham Speedway, Wellingborough and Santa Pod, providing easy access to the A45, M1, M6 and A1M.

This newly restored barn at Home Farm provides privacy and tranquillity in the heart of the picturesque village of Sudborough. A real home from home, the whole building to yourself, accommodating up to 4 people and just 300 yards from the village pub/restaurant.

Completely restored and redecorated to a very high standard, the accommodation includes a fully equipped kitchen/breakfast room, double bedroom, shower room, and spacious lounge with sofa-bed, single bed, television and DVD player, and we provide a wireless internet connection and secure parking. The barn overlooks the large landscaped garden with an ornamental fish pond and natural well, where guests can enjoy full use of the seating areas.

The accommodation includes a self-service continental breakfast, and complimentary tea, coffee and biscuits for the duration of your stay.

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Ratings/Awards: 3 Star Quality Assessed

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Double: From £30
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