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Cranford Hall, Cranford

Gayle Robinson
Cranford Hall
NN14 4AL

Tel: 01536 330248
Fax: 01536 330203

Picture: Cranford Hall, Cranford
3 Stars Self Catering

Gayle Robinson invites you to her lovely Georgian mansion set in parkland and fine gardens in a traditional estate village. This is traditional Midlands farming country and there are many attractive walks and drives to be taken, together with historic spots to visit and a great range of cultural activities. The Villiers Suite is a self-contained apartment within the Hall; and its name celebrates the Robinson family's connection with the first Duke of Buckingham.
Weekend prices from £220.


 1 Apartment  Weekly rate: from £330 - 390
 Accommodation  Sleeps: 5
 Open: Jan - Dec Brochure available Business people welcome Central heating Children welcome Parking available Tea and coffee in bedrooms TV in bedrooms or cottages Linen free WiFi Available

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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.
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).