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Park Inn by Radisson Northampton

Park Inn by Radisson Northampton

4 of 5 • 449 reviews
Cliftonville
£51
Westone Manor Hotel

Westone Manor Hotel

3 of 5 • 60 reviews
Billing Park
£50
Hotel Campanile Northampton

Hotel Campanile Northampton

4.2 of 5 • 381 reviews
Brackmills Industrial Estate
£38
Sedgebrook Hall

Sedgebrook Hall

3.8 of 5 • 222 reviews
Northampton
£58
ibis Northampton Centre

ibis Northampton Centre

3.7 of 5 • 431 reviews
Cliftonville
£41
The Worlds End

The Worlds End

4 of 5 • 58 reviews
Billing Park
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ibis Rugby East

ibis Rugby East

4 of 5 • 181 reviews
Rugby
£33
The French Partridge

The French Partridge

3.5 of 5 • 95 reviews
Northampton
£42
Holiday Inn Express Northampton M1, Jct 15

Holiday Inn Express Northampton M1, Jct 15

4.4 of 5 • 365 reviews
Brackmills Industrial Estate
£40
Northampton Marriott Hotel

Northampton Marriott Hotel

4.2 of 5 • 142 reviews
Brackmills Industrial Estate
£63

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Pocket Guide: Northampton

Situated mid-way between Birmingham and London, the town of Northampton is well connected and offers plenty of attractions for those visiting the area for business or leisure. Northampton's range of accommodation includes everything from budget chain hotels to independent two star hotels and four star luxury spa hotels where you can relax and unwind.

Hotels to Suit All Budgets in Northampton

Whether you're visiting Northampton on business or here with the family, the town's range of hotels offers something to suit all budgets. Town-centre chain hotels provide amenities such as free WiFi and on-site restaurants, whilst independent hotels give a more authentic Northamptonshire experience. Many family hotels serve a full breakfast to set you up for a day of sightseeing and shopping in the surrounding area.

Stay Close to Northampton's Attractions

There's plenty to see and do here – visit Northampton in August and you can enjoy a hot air balloon flight at Northampton Balloon Festival. There's lots going on throughout the year though – visit 78 Derngate, the only house outside Scotland to be designed by the architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh and now preserved as a museum, or explore Northampton Museum and Art Gallery to discover more about the once thriving shoe making industry in the town. Stop off at Wildsmith where you can buy handmade leather shoes – they've been making shoes here for 166 years. Or head for Northampton Market in the square, one of the oldest markets in the country, where you can pick up everything from local produce to crafts.

Family-Friendly Hotels Close to Northampton's Shops and Restaurants

Staying in an independent or chain hotel in the town centre is the best option for families, particularly if you're relying on public transport. Most hotels are within easy walking distance of the train station, where you can connect to Birmingham, London and further afield. The town centre has a selection of family-friendly eateries to choose from, including cosy coffee shops, bistros and creperies. After a day of shopping in high street stores and local boutiques, head back to your hotel – many Northampton hotels offer free parking and other facilities such as a laundry service, ideal for those travelling with younger children.

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