|Wold Farm Northampton Wold Farm, Old Village, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN6 9RJ|
"Anne and Bruce Engler offer you a warm and friendly welcome to their 18th century farmhouse on a 250 acre family farm, located in the quiet village of Old."
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|Anne and Bruce Engler offer you a warm and friendly welcome to their 18th century farmhouse, located in the quiet village of Old.|
Accommodation is provided in either the farmhouse or the garden cottage.
|The farmhousehas particularly attractive and spacious rooms with oak beams and a selection of fine furniture, ornaments and paintings. Of the two bedrooms located in the farmhouse, one has full en-suite facilities and its own private sitting room with colour television. The second bedroom also with colour television has an en suite shower room with wash basin and a seperate toilet located on the landing.In the dining room there is a carved 17th century sideboard and a two-thirds size snooker table, while in the breakfast room (where Anne provides a full and hearty breakfast) there is an inglenook fireplace, window seats and a dresser with the exhortation 'Nourish thyself with lively vivacity'.|
|The garden cottage which overlooks the delightful gardens, has been tastefully converted from farm buildngs, with three further en-suite bedrooms, one of which is on the ground floor. There is also a guest lounge with a colour television.|
|All rooms have coffee and tea making facilities.|
Bed and Breakfast
from £35 per person per night
reductions for 3 nights or more
deposit when booking
|Places to Visit|
Why not during your stay, visit some of the many tourist attractions. Nearby there is:
Brixworth 7th century Anglo-Saxon Church
Pitsford Water and Nature Reserve, with cycle hire where you can walk or cycle around the reservoir on the perimeter track. There is also a cafe & visitor centre giving you a panoramic view of the reservoir and overlooking the sailing club around the reservoir.
The many stately homes of this county of spires and squires include
Althorpe House, childhood home, resting place and memorial to Princess Diana
Boughton House modeled on Versailles
Cottesbrook and Lamport Halls
Holdenby House Gardens and Falconry Centre, Coton Manor Gardens and Castle Ashby.
A feature of the rolling agricultural landscape around here is the network of 18th and 19th century canals with a waterways museum at Stoke Bruene.
Also within easy reach are: Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit, Canons Ashby (National Trust), Sulgrave Manor and many more.
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