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We had booked a one night stay as we were attending the Landrover experience about 4 miles away. The hotel staff were welcoming and friendly. But it is hard to put into words the outstanding grandeur of the hotel itself. our room (called Eclipse) was warm and comfortable with beautiful furnishings ...
It's a real shame, this hotel is in a great location, has lovely historic features, and could be really good. Instead it is poorly staffed, has basic amenities and is difficult to recommend. I stayed one night in a single room, there was nobody on reception at arrival and when he eventually arrived ...
Amazing grounds, rooms and spa area. 3c ourse dinner was good,£39pp plus drinks. We wanted to book a treatment but they were full so next time we will make sure we book in advance, full body massages about£70 pp
The county of Northamptonshire lies at the heart of the Midlands, and is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing break with family, friends or your partner. Luxury hotels here include independent hotels housed in regency buildings, spa hotels, town centre chain hotels and five star historic inns.
Northamptonshire's luxury hotels offer all the amenities you would expect from a hotel stay with some added extras. Historic inns provide hearty home-cooked breakfasts whilst spa hotels have facilities including full-service spas, saunas, steam rooms and indoor pools; perfect for those looking to unwind on holiday. Most hotels provide free parking, making it easy to get to all of Northamptonshire's attractions, such as Althorp House and Daventry Country Park.
You'll find some hotels in the area provide a free shuttle service to surrounding attractions, and it's possible to plan a grand day out without venturing too far. Althorp House, once the home of Princess Diana, is the perfect place to spend a sunny afternoon – the house and estate are open to the public and events held throughout the year include the Althorp Food Festival in September. Also worth visiting is Canons Ashby House, where you can enjoy afternoon tea or lunch in the Stables Tearoom before heading back to your hotel to relax.
Whilst many luxury hotels have their own restaurant (some have more than one), you may wish to head out to explore the range of eateries on offer in Northamptonshire. Cosy historic country inns offer traditional menus, whilst town centre bistros serve world cuisine and there are cafes and tearooms around every corner, where you can enjoy afternoon tea or a spot of lunch. For those who prefer a more intimate meal for two, you'll find most hotels offer room service.
Discerning guests demand the very best amenities, and Northamptonshire's luxury hotels won't disappoint. As well as the usual amenities such as daily housekeeping, most hotels have flat-screen TVs and free WiFi, great for keeping in touch with friends and family. Thoughtful touches such as designer toiletries, waterfall showers and bathrobes and slippers ensure that any stay in Northamptonshire will be a relaxing one.