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Found at the southern end of the Midlands, the English county of Northamptonshire has a wide variety of different activities, attractions and settings for visitors to the region. Predominately it is a pretty rural county that offers picturesque settings throughout, however, it does have pockets of activity such as energetic towns and villages with modern facilities and lively nightlife scenes. Read More

52.009309, -1.145683
Lantern Cottage
3266

On the boundaries of Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire, this attractive stone holiday cottage sits in the peaceful unspoilt Northamptonshire village of Evenley close to Brackley and is ideal for exploring the many attractions of Central England. Sitting by the village green, there is a shop and good pub within a short walk and a wider choice of amenities in Brackley. 

From £430 to £600 per week
Sleeps 3+1
(2 bedrooms)
52.010706, -1.145812
Lavender Cottage
3132

On the boundaries of Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire, this quaint thatched stone holiday cottage sits in the peaceful unspoilt Northamptonshire village of Evenley close to Brackley and is ideal for exploring the many attractions of Central England. 

From £450 to £580 per week
Sleeps 4
(2 bedrooms)
52.421622, -0.965062
Smallthorns Barn Holiday Cottage
1896

This charming holiday cottage is located close to Market Harborough on the Northamptonshire/Leicestershire borders in a lovely rural position on a working farm. A taste of country life, yet within easy reach of many interesting and popular places to visit like Althorp House and Rockingham Castle. Warwick, Stratford-upon-Avon and Melton Mowbray are all within an hour's drive. 

From £300 to £550 per week
Sleeps 4
(2 bedrooms)
52.310754, -1.157936
Freestone House
3014

An impressive barn conversion with heaps of 'wow factor'. Comfortably accommodating ten guests, this is a perfect retreat for celebrating a special occasion or simply getting together with some friends or family for a luxurious break away. Experience the best of English Village life with a twist of opulence! 

From £0 to £0 per week
Sleeps 10
(5 bedrooms)

Find out more about Northamptonshire

Nature walks, cycling routes, local wildlife and scenic landscapes are just some of the fantastic attractions in its rural areas. Some parts of the county haven’t changed much in years and retain their traditionalism and old age ways. Indeed, there are various country parks located throughout Northamptonshire that provide great experiences for all the family including picnic facilities, tranquil lakes, wildlife and birdlife, boat rides and nature trails. The great outdoors is one of the main selling points of the county and it is something that can be enjoyed by everyone who visits.

The county is especially appealing for kids and there is a lot to do for families who visit. Attractions such as the Old Dairy Farm Centre with its variety of farm animals and the more modern entertainment complexes with cinemas, go-karting and indoor play areas provide a respite from being outdoors.

Northamptonshire is an historic location as well and inside its limits there are various places of historical interest and stately homes. For example the home of the Spencer family at Althorp is a magnificent building with green, open and luscious gardens, while visitors can head to Rockingham Castle which has nine centuries worth of history inside its walls and has played a significant part in many periods throughout the ages from William the Conqueror, to the English Civil War and onto the Victorian era.

Sports fans will perhaps know the county best for housing Silverstone, the famous motor racing track which has been hosting the British Grand Prix since 1987. Within Northamptonshire are a series of canals and waterways that provide a great opportunity to experience some tranquillity in amongst the countryside. Sailing down the narrow waters of the county while witnessing native wildlife on its shores, is a good way in which to see some lesser spotted parts of the surrounding area and there are two major canals that pass through the region, the Grand Union Canal and the Oxford Canal.

The town of Northampton is not quite a city officially, however it has everything you could need in one place. Its university creates an animated, student feel to the town and it has numerous shopping malls, designer outlets, cafes, bars and nightclubs for those who want to experience a rustle and bustle environment.

Northamptonshire is maybe one of the more underrated counties in England but it dispels this misconception for anyone who visits. The vast nature of its rural countryside with little market towns, nature walks and endearing wildlife can rival any in the country while, for those who prefer a more urban setting, places such as Northampton town itself provides all the amenities you would expect from a well-populated area. For kids and adults alike, Northamptonshire has attractions to suit everyone. 


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