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B&B in Northampton
British cities don't get much more historic than Northampton – there's evidence of a settlement on that spot dating back to the Bronze Age, and the city has played an important role in everything from the English Civil War to manufacturing during WWII. Its charms are finally getting discovered, with more and more weekend visitors coming to stay in Northampton bed and breakfasts and delving into its museums and historical landmarks. Don't confine yourself to just the city, though. In the rolling East Midlands countryside, you can discover some of the country's finest houses – like the 500-year-old Althorp Estate and the 17th-century Elizabethan Kirby Hall.
- Stay in the heart of the city, close to historical landmarks
- Find out the best places to eat from the knowledgeable owners
- Bring the kids to stay in one of the large family-sized guestrooms
- Start the morning right with a full English breakfast
Budget Family-Run Guesthouses and Boutique Bolthole B&Bs, Northampton
It doesn't matter whether you're coming for a little romantic break or a historic weekend, the bed and breakfasts in Northampton tick all the boxes. While the city has got several hotels, nothing beats the home-away-from-home feeling of staying in one of the local family-run B&Bs. Maybe it's their intimate atmosphere, the cosy guestrooms or the cost saving compared to expensive hotel rooms. If you're sold on a B&B, try looking through the detailed descriptions and photos on Expedia to help you find your perfect retreat. Just plug in your location, date and price, and let Expedia do the hard work for you. Some are found in the rows of terraced houses just outside the city centre and offer charmingly kitsch places to stay on a budget. Others are crash pads in the heart of the city, where you'll be close to the action. Alternatively, you could always opt for one of the converted farmhouses or country cottages in the Northamptonshire countryside, where you can be close to East Midlands' nature. Whatever you opt for, booking a night at a Northampton bed and breakfast through Expedia couldn't be easier.
Guestrooms often come equipped with all the conveniences you might expect, like a flat-screen TV on the wall, a kettle for making hot drinks and complimentary WiFi, to help you plan your city break. Many of the bed and breakfasts offer free parking spots, a big plus in a city where they come at a premium. Some may have ensuite facilities stocked with toiletries, while others have large shared bathrooms. Bringing the kids? You'll never have trouble finding a B&B with large family-sized rooms. When you wake up in the morning, you can expect to enjoy a classic, full English breakfast or lighter options like pastries and yogurt – the perfect way to fuel up for a day of city exploration. Have you thought about combining your city break with a few nights in Birmingham, just a short train ride away?
Theatres, Parks and Historical Houses Near Your B&B, Northampton
You can rest assured that you'll never be bored when you spend a weekend at a Northampton bed and breakfast. The city has attractions and things to do for people of all ages. You could start at the Northampton Museum and Art Gallery, which houses, among other things, the world's most famous shoe collection. If the sun is shining, consider picking up everything you need for a picnic and taking the family to one of the outdoor parks, like The Racecourse or Becket's Park. If you've got an interest in trains, make some time for the Northampton and Lamport Railway, a museum where you can learn about the history of steam locomotives and ride one along the heritage tracks, nearby. At the end of the day, score some tickets to catch one of the performances or plays at the Royal & Derngate theatre.