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Tel code: 01832 | code search
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Population: 4900
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Talbot Hotel
"Good Points: The check-in process went quickly and smoothly, the room was most comfortable and free off-street parking was provided behind the hotel. The staff were very friendly and helpful, ..." More

Shuckburgh Arms
"We visited the Shukburgh Arms for the first time last Monday night. We were recommended this place by a friend. To be honest, we were expecting good quality pub food, ..." More

Talbot Hotel
"My wife and I got married at the Talbot in 2000 the best day and service we could of wished for, I booked a surprise return stay for my wife ..." More

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"Oundle is a small elegant town in Northamptonshire dating back many centuries home to nearly five and a half thousand people. The Nene River, and Water Meadows edge the town ..." More

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The ancient market town of Oundle can be found about 12 mile to the south west of Peterborough. It lies in the central English county of Northamptonshire and is easily accessed via the A605 trunk road. The town nestles in a curve in the River Nene, which consequently almost borders it on three sides. Oundle's history is still very much in evidence due to the survival of many beautiful, historic buildings. Of these buildings, the oldest is the Talbot Hotel. It was originally a timber building, which was rebuilt from stone taken from nearby Fotheringay Castle. This makes for a very picturesque inn but also ensures a further sense of history for the Talbot hotel. Mary Queen of Scots was held at Fotheringay Castle prior to her execution. The staircase that she descended on her way to meet her earthly end was also taken to the Talbot Hotel and today visitors can descend that same staircase. There are marks evident in the stair rail, which are said to have been made by the rings Mary was wearing as she gripped the rail tight on her descent. The Ship Inn is another beautiful old stone building, being originally a 14th century coaching inn. Oundle annually hosts the Oundle International Festival, which is both a music festival and a pipe organ school.


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Talbot Hotel (0.29 miles)

Talbot Hotel

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The ghost of Mary Queen of Scots is said to haunt the Elizabethan Talbot Hotel. The oak staircase, and other parts of the building, were brought from the ruins of ... More | visit website

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The Benefield Wheatsheaf (3.62 miles)

The Benefield Wheatsheaf

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The Benefield Wheatsheaf Country Inn and Restaurant is located in the picturesque heart of the Rose of the Shires, favoured with unspoilt views of the Northamptonshire countryside. The Benefield Wheatsheaf ... More

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Fairlands B&B (5.23 miles)

Fairlands B&B
Ann and John welcome you to their beautiful family home Fairlands - a Grade 2 listed, traditional Northamptonshire farmhouse with a wealth of character - oak beams, inglenook fireplace, delightful mature gardens and safe off ... More | visit website
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The Horseshoes (5.29 miles)

The Horseshoes

The Horseshoes is situated in the picturesque village of Titchmarsh. It is run by the Wells family and has an excellent reputation, Our Accommodation has been awarded 3 Diamonds by the A A Hotel Services.
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The Queens Head Inn & Restaurant (5.49 miles)

The Queens Head Inn & Restaurant

A warm welcome and traditional hospitality greets visitors to the Queens Head Inn and Restaurant situated on the banks of the River Nene in the picturesque Northamptonshire village of Nassington, near to Peterborough Stamford and ... More | visit website

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Home Farm Barn (5.65 miles)

Home Farm Barn

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 ... More | visit website

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Bridge Hotel (6.25 miles)

Bridge Hotel

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Elegant & Comfortable Accommodation All the en suite rooms are individually decorated and boast all of the usual luxuries. At the end of your day you can retire to your ... More

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Travelodge Kettering Thrapston (6.48 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Sibson Inn Hotel (6.85 miles)

Sibson Inn Hotel

Dear Guest, Why stay at a Hotel or Inn that is twice the price or half the value when you could stay at a real country Inn run by the owners.Why not support local businesses ... More | visit website

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Haycock Hotel (7.16 miles)

Haycock Hotel

One of Englands finest coaching inns, dates back to 1620. Its impressive fašade dominates the idyllic stone village of Wansford near Peterborough, set in unspoilt countryside on the banks of the River Nene. Our luxuriously ... More | visit website

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