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Drayton Lodge, Daventry

Mrs. A. Spicer
Drayton Lodge
NN11 4NL

Tel: 01327 702449
Fax: 01327 872110

Picture: Drayton Lodge, Daventry
4 Stars Farm House

A warm and friendly family welcome awaits you at Ann and Mark Spicer's early 19th C. farmhouse, set amidst attractive rolling countryside, yet only 10 minutes from the centre of Daventry. After a large country breakfast, you can explore the surrounding countryside of peaceful stone-built villages, lovely walks and the nearby historic houses of Canons Ashby, Sulgrave Manor and Althorp. Ideally situated for Silverstone, the National Agricultural Centre and a variety of golf courses.


 Bed & Breakfast  Single from £45. Double/Twin from £70
 Accommodation  Rooms: 5  Sleeps: 10
 Open: Jan - Dec Brochure available Business people welcome Central heating Children welcome Suitable for disabled Evening meal En-suit bathroom Farm Holiday Bureau member Parking available Dogs by arrangement Tea and coffee in bedrooms TV in bedrooms or cottages WiFi Available

Nearby Visitor Attractions (closest shown first)

Attraction Location Area Description
Heart of the Shires Shopping Village Weedon A relaxed shopping environment in the heart of the Northamptonshire countryside offering a wide range of shops set around a Victorian courtyard. Kitchenware to menswear. Free parking.
Old Dairy Farm Centre Weedon Relaxed shopping and crafts in a lovely rural setting
Canons Ashby Daventry Elizabethan manor house set in beautiful gardens with an impressive collection of wall paintings and Jacobean plasterwork. Remains of an Augustinian priory.
Althorp Northampton The home of the Spencer family. Diana memorial and exhibition. Concerts and events.
Sulgrave Manor Banbury The ancestral home of the Washingtons, including the largest collection of George Washington memorabilia in the UK. Also the National Garden of the Herb Society.
Farnborough Hall Banbury Honey-coloured 18th-century stone-built house with fine 18th-century decoration, noteable plasterwork and landscaped garden created in the 1740s
Coton Manor Guilsborough A ten acre garden occupying a hillside position extending down from a 17th century manor house is noted for its luxuriant borders using a wide range of unusual plants.