Hotels and more in Northampton

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  • 9.0 Superb 1,528 reviews
    Description Holiday Inn Express Northampton is situated in Grange Park, just minutes from Junction 15 of the M1, and just 4 miles away from Northampton town centre. Luton Airport is a 40-minute drive away.

    "Nice breakfast included. Best hotel on our whole trip. Trolleys available in foyer for guests' use."

    Heather. Australia
  • 8.4 Very good 1,882 reviews
    Description This Park Inn by Radisson is situated in Northampton town centre, just 5 minutes’ walk from the rail and bus stations. It offers 146 rooms, an on-site leisure centre and a bar/grill.

    "Best place to stay in Northampton without the slightest doubt, friendly staff, continental breakfast, spa, comfy beds, makes you feel like a prince"

    Rodolfo Rodrigues. Poland
  • 8.1 Very good 1,076 reviews
    Description With a riverside setting, the friendly Holiday Inn Northampton is free for the under 12s. It has free parking, a brasserie, a bar and a mini-gym.

    "The staff where very friendly. Room was nice with comfy beds. Awesome breakfast with lots of choice. Good location and easy to find. Perfect for our stay."

    Lorna. Australia
  • 8.3 Very good 992 reviews
    Description Just off the M1, this Hilton hotel has a gym and a swimming pool, 10 minutes’ from Northampton town centre. Rooms have 32-inch TVs and work desks, and free parking is available on weekends.

    "We were very tired after an overseas flight and we had all we needed to make us comfortable. Which is what we needed."

    Robyn. Australia
  • 8.3 Very good 540 reviews
    Description Ideally located in the East Midlands, this modern, non-smoking hotel in Northampton is just off junction 15 of the M1, and close to the A45.

    "Very nice food and service was good"

    John. United Kingdom
  • 6.2 Review score 1,102 reviews
    Description Easily accessible from the A43, A45 and M1, this traditional hotel set in private grounds is only 3 miles from Northampton town centre.

    "Restaurant in hotel was excellent"

    Karen. Canada
Northampton was highly rated for shopping by 578 guests from the United Kingdom! Northampton travel guide

Sports, Shopping and Stately Homes

Northampton is one of England’s largest towns and has appeared in writing since the 10th century. The large medieval market square has an array of stalls 5 days a week, and nearby are the Market Walk and Grosvenor shopping centres. A larger retail and entertainment site is out of the town centre near Sixfields Stadium, home of Northampton Town FC. The Northampton Saints rugby union team play nearby, and Silverstone is south-west of the M1.

To the east is Billing Aquadrome, a marina complex with go karting, minigolf and a miniature railway. A smaller marina is along the River Nene in Becket’s Park, overlooked by 78 Derngate, a Grade II-listed house redesigned by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

Other notable buildings are the Guildhall and colonnaded All Saints Church. The Church of the Holy Sepulchre dates to 1100 and is one of England’s largest round churches.

On the outskirts of town, by one of several golf courses, is Delapre Abbey, and to the north are other historic mansions of Coton Manor, Cottesbrooke Hall and the most famous of them all - Althorp House, the final resting place of Princess Diana.

The Northampton accommodation on includes hotels with swimming pools, alongside apartment and guest house options near the train station and university.