The best Northamptonshire Bed and Breakfasts at amazing prices


Northamptonshire Bed and Breakfast accommodation at amazing prices

  • Choose from our catalogue of B&Bs and boutique hotels in the rural county of Northamptonshire.
  • Options range from independent hotels to family-run guest houses.
  • In all cases, you will have a comfy bed, breakfast will be prepared for you, and you will be given help and advice on travel and local visitor attractions.
  • Our accommodation will allow you the opportunity to explore the scenic beauty Northamptonshire has to offer, all at an affordable price.

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Northamptonshire Visitor information


An Introduction to Northamptonshire

Northamptonshire, although its county town of Northampton was denied city status, has many towns including Brackley, Corby, Kettering, Oundle, Rushden, Silverstone, Towcester and Wellingborough. Northamptonshire is often called the county of "squires and spires" due to its wide variety of historic buildings and country houses. The county is in central England and boasts the shortest county border, of just 19 metres, with Lincolnshire.

Things to do in Northamptonshire

Northamptonshire is home to Silverston Circuit and Rockingham Castle, as well as the 18th Century Kelmarsh Hall and Gardens. Cottesbrooke Hall dates from 1702 and Wicksteed Park covers 147 acres. Althorp house opens 19 of it's rooms to visitors and it's grounds are open to explore with a special Diana exhibition.

Getting to Northamptonshire

By Rail

Northamptonshire is serviced by Mainline rail services that operate frequent services to London and to Birmingham, Nottingham, Leicester and beyond. Mainline services run from Northampton, Wellingborough and Kettering stations and London Midland services run from Northampton. 

By Road

The M1 runs north-south through the middle of the county from London, which is an hours drive, to Leeds and the M6, M40 and M45 give access to the west of the county with the A1 running along the eastern border of the county.

By Coach and Bus

National Express run coaches all over the county. There are many bus operators throughout Northamptonshire including Stagecoach.

By Air

London Luton is only 38 miles from Northamptonshire. Both Birmingham and Nottingham East Midlands are slightly further.


Northamptonshire History


Northampton settlements can be dated back to 4000 BC where evidence of a circular earth work has been found at Briar Hill. Much of the wealth of the area came from the sale of the pottery around the Roman Empire after they had invaded.

The Saxons controlled the area from the time the Romans left (410 AD) till the Normans arrived in 1066.

The Normans were famous for their churches but they also created Northampton Castle which was likely built on a wooden Saxon stronghold and became a strong centre for trade and government. Rockingham Castle was built during the early part of this period with the new King William ordering the construction of this stronghold overlooking the Welland Valley.

The fortunes of Northamptonshire suffered into the Tudor era as King Henry VIII’s famous disagreement with Rome led to the dissolution of the Catholic Church in England. The monasteries, nunneries and friaries were all victims as the land and wealth was stripped from what was reported to be an innocent and mostly poor collection of religious houses. Northampton Castle was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1675

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Universities in Northamptonshire

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