|Home Farm Barn Kettering Home Farm Barn, Main Street, Sudborough, Kettering, Northamptonshire, NN14 3BX|
"Enjoy complete privacy in a newly restored barn in a tranquil picturesque village centre, only 300 yards from the pub"
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Home Farm BarnMain Street, Sudborough, Kettering, Northamptonshire, NN14 3BX
Telephone: 01832 730488
Enjoy England 3 Star Bed and Breakfast
A Barn completely to yourself. Situated in Sudborough, 3 miles from the A14 and Thrapston, near Kettering, Santa Pod, Corby, Rockingham speedway and Wellingborough, 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 an entrance hall, double bedroom, shower room, kitchen/breakfast room with cooking facilities, fridge, etc. A spacious lounge with sofa-bed, single bed television and DVD player, and we provide a wireless internet connection.|
Adjoining the barn is a lockable storage room, ideal for housing bikes, motorbikes and fish equipment. There is a private parking area behind gates. 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.
Prices are from £30 per person, per night, with a discount for full occupancy.
Sudborough, located about 3 miles north west of Thrapston, is in the heart of the ancient Rockingham Forest and was recorded in the Domesday Book as Sutberg.
The All Saints Church in the centre of the village dates back to the 13th Century.
To the East of the village, on the road in from the main A6116 coming from Thrapston, is an old circular Toll House with a conical roof. This house marks the line of the old Toll Road.
The Conservation Area at Sudborough extends from the Manor House in the West to the Round House in the East - the majority of the dwellings in the village - and there are 24 entries on the list of buildings of special architectural or historic interest.
In 1991 the population was 138 in 76 houses: the mid 1995 estimate was the same.
Sudborough is served by a public house, a village hall, a Riding School, and is visited by a number of mobile services. A bus service operates to Corby and Thrapston.