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Hunting down the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing break? In England, the land of the elm, you can find Northamptonshire, one of the 47 counties that make up the country and whose capital has the peculiar characteristic of being situated on the River Nene. Locate in Holidu, Holiday rentals and lettings ideal to go on holiday and make the most of the wonders of the city and its surroundings. Different properties that fit your needs and budget providing you with the necessary services and the highest quality to make your stay more peaceful and pleasant where you only have to take care of having fun during the ride. Most of our holiday rentals are located near of Northampton town centre.Holiday rentals and lettings with saunas, hot tubs and access for domestic pets
They are suitable for families or groups of friends seeking a place with space for 2 to 10 people. Our gardens are large enough to get some fresh air and enjoy a walk with your pets or a picnic with the family. We have whirlpool baths and sauna rooms that will allow you to relax during your trip. Our houses have large and comfortable rooms, heating and washing machine, television services, Wi-Fi network connection and parking.
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The city of Northampton is a large and commercial city par excellence, and is considered by many to be the largest city in England after London. Many, many years ago it was a well-known manufacturing centre for footwear and some leather related industries and although these industries are still existing today, the degree of importance has diminished thanks to the engineering, financial and distribution sectors.Magnificent metropolis
In the past, the city went through difficult events such as the destruction of the city walls and castle by Charles II during the Civil War and a raging fire in 1675, both of which strengthened it to become the great city it is today. The growth of the city increased from the day the Grand Union Canal arrived in 1815 and after the arrival of the railway in the 1930s, the city became the city's main tourist attraction.
Travellers and activities
Wicksteed Park is a Grade II listed English Heritage garden and park. It was founded in 1921 as part of Charles Wicksteed's wonderful legacy. The area offers community, heritage and educational activities, promotes the outstanding historic landscape, heritage walks and creates opportunities for people to get involved and participate.Northamptonshire for nature lovers
Stanwick Lakes is a stunning 750-acre attraction and nature reserve in the heart of the Nene Valley in Northamptonshire. The park has a variety of play areas, open spaces, imaginative areas and trails that families, cyclists, walkers and nature lovers can admire at their leisure. It also has a visitor centre that includes a café, event space and shop, hosting events, business meetings, family celebrations and craft workshops every day of the year.
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Known a few years ago as the Stoke Bruerne National Waterways Museum, it is located beside the Grand Union Canal very close to the village of Stoke Bruerne. The gallery captures the history of the waterways throughout Britain and the people who worked on them. It provides a glimpse of the transport that was important to the industrial revolution. Exhibits show workboats, including narrow boats, barges and tugs, canal crafts, painted items, canal-side signs, specialist tools and traditional clothing. The museum has a schoolroom for educational visits, a cafeteria and a shop.2. Visit the wonderful and renowned Northamptonshire Museum and Art Gallery
The museum houses the largest collection of objects representing the history of footwear in the world. It is a listed collection of national's and international importance that includes over 15,000 shoes and 50,000 archival records including fine art and documentary images. The gallery has different temporary and permanent exhibitions, as well as programmed events and activities. There is also a café, a sales gallery and a shop. You can always find something new to see or do.3. Tour the impressive Kirby Hall
An Elizabethan cambo house built in 1570 for Sir Humphrey Stafford of Blatherwick. The property has been home to royalty such as Anne of Denmark, King James and Esmé Stewart. Stroll through the Elizabethan gardens, described in the late 17th century as "the finest garden in England". The Great Hall and state rooms of the house remain intact.4. Delight in the beauties of the interactive The Wellingborough Museum
The building where the museum is located has gone through many representations over the years... It started as a swimming pool in 1892, after a while in 1919 the baths became a shoe factory and nowadays, it has become a gallery of great exhibitions. The museum is divided into two floors, the upper floor covers early history such as the Iron Age, Roman Britain, the Middle Ages, etc., the lower floor focuses on the 20th century and includes a recreation of a typical 1940s kitchen. Outside the museum there is a putting and sandpit for use in favourable weather.5. Test your adrenaline at the prestigious Silverstone Circuit
It is considered one of the most famous circuits in Europe thanks to having hosted the Formula 1 British Grand Prix, the British Motorcycle Grand Prix, the Silverstone 1000 km World Endurance Championship, among other major international competitions. Attend one of the championships or take to the track to take part in the Formula 1 exhibitions.
Information about holiday lettings in Northamptonshire
|🏡 Holiday lettings available:||191 properties.|
|💳 Discount available:||up to -42%.|
|🌙 Minimum price per night:||from £29.|
|⭐ Most popular amenities:||Wi-Fi, garden and barbecue.|
|🐾 Pet-friendly:||72 properties.|
|📶 For workation:||97% of the properties.|
|👩👩👧👦 For families:||6% of the properties.|
|🏊 With pool:||12 properties.|