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No. 4 The Green, Cranford

Emma and Mark Robinson
No. 6 The Green
Cranford
Kettering
NN14 4AB

Tel: 01536 330608

Picture: No. 4 The Green, Cranford
3 Stars Self Catering

Welcome to No. 4 The Green. The cottage, which is available all year round, is ideal for flexible short and long term stays to suit your requirements.
We are situated close to Kettering, Northamptonshire, the heart of rural England. With easy access to the A14, the cottage is within striking distance of Northampton, Cambridge and Huntingdon.
Enjoy a peaceful and relaxing stay in beautiful countryside. Surround yourself with pretty stone and thatch villages, historic country houses and glorious gardens.
Why not take advantage of our central location making it easy to visit Althorp House, Cambridge, London and the many tourist attractions of the Heart of England? Please contact us for a brochure, prices and full terms & conditions.

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 1 Cottage  Weekly rate: from £300 - 550
 Accommodation  Sleeps: 6
 Open: Jan - Dec Brochure available Business people welcome Central heating Children welcome Parking available Dogs by arrangement TV in bedrooms or cottages Electricity metered Linen free

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Nearby Visitor Attractions (closest shown first)

Attraction Location Area Description
Stanwick Lakes Stanwick Leisure opportunities, attractive countryside and abundant wildlife. Footpaths, cycle paths, adventure playground, nature conservation areas, assult course, bird hide, fishing, picnic areas, adventure trail.
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.
Harrowden Hall Wellingborough Early 18th century Harrowden Hall retains its contemporary garden, including statues by Van Nost
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.
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).

 
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