Bed And Breakfast.
Little Oakley, Corby, Northamptonshire, NN18 8HA
Tel: 01536 743298
Attractions near Primrose Cottage Bed and Breakfast
Rockingham Motor Speedway
The £70 million international entertainment venue is the first purpose built race track in the UK since Brooklands in 1908. It transformed the industrial wasteland left by the demise of the British steel works into an asset that the people of Corby and Northamptonshire are justly proud of.
Experience 500 years of history at Althorp, home of the Spencer Family. Explore the wonderful house - Discover beautiful interiors and one of Europe’s finest private collections of furniture, pictures and ceramics
Barnsdale Gardens are the creation of the late and greatly missed Geoff Hamilton, Britains best loved television gardener and presenter of BBC TV's Gardener's World weekly gardening programme, which Geoff presented from his home at Barnsdale in Rutland.
Northamptonshire home of the Dukes of Buccleuch and Queensberry (Montagu Douglas Scott).
This largest and grandest house of the first Elizabethan age was completed by William Cecil, Lord Burghley in 1587. Today, eighteen state rooms filled with wonderful paintings, furniture and fine art are open to visitors.
Canons Ashby House
The home of the Dryden family since its construction, Canons Ashby has survived more or less unaltered since c.1710.
Coton Manor Garden
This peaceful ten acre garden occupies a hillside position extending down from the 17th century manor house, constructed of mellow Northamptonshire stone.
Reputed to be the inspiration for Jane Austen's 'Mansfield Park', Cottesbrooke Hall represents a near-perfect example of Queen Anne architecture located in a quite stunning parkland setting.
Deene is a largely sixteenth-century house incorporating a medieval manor. It is built around a courtyard and has important rooms added during the reign of George 111. Deene has belonged to the Brudenell family since 1514 and was the seat of the Earls of Cardigan, of whom the most notable was the 7th who led the charge of the Light Brigade at Balaklava in 1854.
Eleanor Cross, Geddington
In 1290 Eleanor of Castile, the beloved wife of Edward I and mother of his 14 children, died at Harby in Nottinghamshire. The places where her body rested on the journey south to its tomb in Westminster Abbey were marked by stone crosses.
Grafham Water provides the ideal venue for sailors of all ages and abilities. There are over 1500 acres of water, with several slip-ways making access very easy.
Just across the Northamptonshire fields from Althorp lies Holdenby House, a stately home whose royal connections go back over 400 years. Built by Sir Christopher Hatton to entertain Elizabeth I, it became the Palace of James I and the prison of his son, Charles I.
Kelmarsh Hall is a graceful 18 th century historic house, set in beautiful romantic gardens and surrounded by its own working estate in the rolling Northamptonshire and Leicestershire countryside.
Kirby Hall is one of England’s greatest Elizabethan and 17thcentury houses. Begun by Sir Humphrey Stafford in about 1570, it was purchased six years later by Sir Christopher Hatton, one of Queen Elizabeth’s ‘comely young men’ and later her Lord Chancellor, who hoped in vain to receive the Queen here during one of her annual ‘progresses’ around the country.
Lamport Hall was the home of the Isham family from 1560 to 1976 and is one of the finest examples of Grade I Listed Houses.
Lyveden New Bield
Begun in 1595 by Sir Thomas Tresham to symbolise his Catholic faith, Lyveden remains incomplete and virtually unaltered since work stopped on his death in 1605.
This remarkable castle, built on the instruction of William the Conqueror, has been my family's home for 450 years. Prior to the Watson's ownership the Castle was held by the monarch.
Rushton Triangular Lodge
This delightful triangular building was designed by Sir Thomas Tresham (father of one of the Gunpowder Plotters) and constructed between 1593 and 1597.
Rutland Water Nature Reserve
The reserve is managed by the Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust on behalf of Anglian Water.
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