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Murcott Mill, Long Buckby

Mrs. C. Hart
Murcott Mill
Murcott
Long Buckby
Northampton
NN6 7QR

Tel: 01327 842236

Picture: Murcott Mill, Long Buckby
4 Stars Farm House

Brian and Carrie Hart welcome you to Murcott Mill, where they offer a friendly farming family atmosphere and a luxurious stay in their Georgian mill house. It is conveniently situated only 3 miles from J.18 of the M1, on the outskirts of Long Buckby.
Come and enjoy a good hearty breakfast followed by country walks or visit some of the attractions nearby, such as Althorp, Silverstone, Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon. An ideal stopover for travellers.

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Website: www.murcottmill.com/

 Bed & Breakfast  Single from £40. Double/Twin from £70. Family from £75
 Accommodation  Rooms: 4  Sleeps: 6
 Open: Jan - Dec Business people welcome Central heating Children welcome Evening meal En-suit bathroom Guests' own lounge with TV Parking available Dogs by arrangement Tea and coffee in bedrooms TV in bedrooms or cottages WiFi Available

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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.
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.
Althorp Northampton The home of the Spencer family. Diana memorial and exhibition. Concerts and events.
Cottesbrooke Northampton Cottesbrooke Hall & Gardens: 18th century English and French furniture. Fine English, continental and Chinese porcelain. 18th century landscaping, the gardens are of great variety with fine old cedars and specimen trees.
Old Dairy Farm Centre Weedon Relaxed shopping and crafts in a lovely rural setting
Naseby Battlefield Market Harborough The decisive battle of the English Civil War was fought here on the morning of the 14th June 1645. After nearly three years of conflict, Parliament's New Model Army destroyed King Charles I's main field army.
Northampton Saints Northampton Northampton Saints Rugby Club
Royal and Derngate Theatres Northampton The two main theatrical venues in Northampton. A wide variety of theatre and music.
Boughton Park Boughton Extensive remains of formal gardens of late 17th and early 18th century, including a lily pool set around a country house.
Northants. County Cricket Club Northampton Northamptonshire County Cricket Club

 
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