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Castle Farm Guest House, Fotheringhay

Ms. S. Gould
Castle Farm
Fotheringhay
Oundle
Peterborough
PE8 5HZ

Tel: 01832 226200
Fax: 01832 226200

Picture: Castle Farm Guest House, Fotheringhay
4 Stars Guest House

In this peaceful part of the county, you are invited to stay in our beautifully converted 19th C. farmhouse. All rooms are individually furnished to a high degree of comfort, with en-suite bathrooms, television and tea/coffee making facilities.
Fotheringhay village is a must for exploration with its historical connections as the birthplace of Richard III and where Mary Queen of Scots spent her last days.

 Bed & Breakfast  Single from £29
 Accommodation  Rooms: 5  Sleeps: 9 - 10
 Open: Jan - Dec Business people welcome Central heating Children welcome En-suit bathroom Guests' own lounge with TV No smoking Parking available Tea and coffee in bedrooms TV in bedrooms or cottages WiFi Available

Nearby Visitor Attractions (closest shown first)

Attraction Location Area Description
Prebendal Manor Nassington Located at Nassington near Peterborough, the Prebendal Manor Medieval Centre has Northamptonshire's oldest Manor, a Grade 1 listed 13th century building at its heart. Exhibition. Recreated medieval garden. Rare breed sheep and pigs. Activities for children.
Lyveden New Bield Oundle One of England's oldest garden landscapes. Sir Thomas Tresham's incomplete lodge and pleasure gardens lie virtually unaltered since 1605. Special events on some days.
Kirby Hall Corby One of England's greatest Elizabethan and 17th-century houses. A huge, partly roofless mansion, the refitted and redecorated Great Hall and state rooms remain intact. The gardens, partly restored, are laid out in an elaborate 'cutwork' design.
Nene Valley Railway Stibbington Located just off the A1 at Wansford Station, Stibbington is the home of the Nene Valley Railway and an steam engine called Thomas. Steam and diesel hauled trains between Wansford and Peterborough.
Burghley House Stamford Burghley, built by William Cecil, Lord High Treasurer to Queen Elizabeth I, is one of the largest and grandest houses of its age, offering a chance to see how great houses have been furnished and inhabited down the years. Tours of the house. Events, gardens, walks, restaurant and gift shop.
Rockingham Speedway Corby The £70 million international entertainment venue features a 1.5 mile banked superspeedway track. Offering more than just motorsport, it aims to be one of the top entertainment venues in the Midlands.
Rockingham Castle Market Harborough Built on the instruction of William the Conqueror, continuously occupied for nearly 1000 years with just two owners - firstly the monarch and then the Watson family (for over 450 years).

 
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