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The Bull’s Head is a family-owned rural pub located within the scenic countryside of Northamptonshire, just 10 minutes from the A14 motorway. The room was next to the pub in a block which was ok. The room was nicely decorated and very clean. The bed was comfortable. The bathroom was big and very clean. The staff went out of their way to make you welcome. The restaurant was big and was good on the covid-19 restrictions. e.g 2metres apart and the staff wore face masks/ shields. The food was very good too. Will definately be going back.
Travel Plaza is located between Market Harborough and Kettering, just outside Desborough on the B576/ old A6 Road overlooking the rolling countryside of the Northamptonshire and Leicestershire. Only thing I liked about it was Receptionist gave us a warm welcome
Set in Clipston in the Northamptonshire region, The Barn: Luxury Indoor/Outdoor Countryside Bliss has a terrace and garden views. Superb property, well equipped in a beautiful location. Susan is a great host and could not be more accommodating. I am a regular traveller for work and this is simply put the best place I have booked using booking.com. 10/10
This 18th-century coaching inn is in the pretty village of Ashley. The family-run inn has modern rooms with attached bathroom, free Wi-Fi and a restaurant and bar serving tasty food and traditional... Exceeded all expectations - beautiful rooms, very clean, and set in a gorgeous little village. The hosts were wonderful and made us feel like family, even dropping my husband off at a party to save him getting a taxi there. Great breakfast and a really friendly atmosphere. I’m so glad we found this little hidden gem and would definitely recommend
Visiting family always a pleasure Breakfast at Casa Nostra fab value Will not be staying at The Angel again In need of update bathroom taps and shower need replacing No double glazing therefore room at the front of the hotel very noisy
A lovely wee town to wander round, the Tree Swans Hotel was a great place to stay and eat, plenty of outdoor seating in the warm weather. Would also recommend The Little Thai restaurant the food was lovely and staff incredibly friendly. Market Harborough is a great base to visit many attractions within an easy drive I particularly enjoyed Bletchley Park in Milton Keynes.
Market Harborough is a lovely town, 11th century church and the Old Grammar School, which is the town's logo, are architecture not to be missed. Just North of the town is the canal basin, a lovely place to visit, to walk and to eat. Centrally, there is a small museum and information desk in the library building. Of course the shops. There are some high street chains but mainly there are small, individual and stylish shops, check out Church Street. St Mary's Road is the place to eat and there's so many wonderful restaurants on both sides of the road. I completely recommend the Beerhouse for, well, beer. Or perhaps I don't, I do like to be able to get a seat in there!!
Lots of good restaurants, of all types and nice pubs and wine bars. Great location for touring beautiful countryside. Pretty largely unspoilt market town, with beautiful old architecture and largely tasteful newer buildings where modernised.
Union wharf and the canal towpath was in walking distance of the hotel and the Riverside was a nice place to eat. There were plenty of benches around the town to have a short rest because when I visited the weather was very warm.
The place is a small sleepy town. Very friendly people, lots of little boutiques. Food was lovely. Compared to other towns it seems expensive for food and drinks. We ate at the Oat Hill bar.Beautifully decorated with blossom and twinkling lights. I had slow braised beef with mashed potatoes and red wine sauce. Totally delicious! Hubby had steak which was good. Friends had fish and chips. Again excellent food. Credit to the staff, Young members with excellent manners and very helpful. Would definitely eat here again. Ate at the little Thai. Food was very good. Staff lovely and friendly. Received our bill before we had asked for it which we found was rude. Went in The Red Cow pub which was ‘Old School’ nice simple pub. Again very friendly staff. Dark but cosy pub. Very good prices. Would go in there again. Found a quaint shop Called Hanworth, that sells lots of different hats and scarves. Hubby was well happy as he found some different baker boy caps. Very helpful lady that offered to post them out to us. She also recommended the Oat Hill restaurant.
Nice food location and great staff