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Hotels in Daventry

Fawsley Hall
Fawsley
Daventry
Northamptonshire

NN11 3BA | View map
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'The stately homes of England. How beautiful they stand.'


So sang Noel Coward and without doubt Fawsley Hall could have been his inspiration.

Now a hotel, surrounded by rolling parkland, this magnificent Tudor Manor House, with its Georgian and Victorian wings immediately conveys centuries of gracious living.

Inside, the visual delight is continued by the Great Hall and its restored vaulted roof. All the bedrooms and individually furnished and the views are exquisite. The cuisine is superb and there is ample provision for banquets and conferences.

Truly Fawsley Hall Hotel is the perfect marriage of period elegance and luxurious comfort.

Additional Facilities:
*Spa
*Sauna
*Steam Room
*Fitness Studio
*Treatment Rooms

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Nearest Train Station: Northampton
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Ratings/Awards: 4 AA Red Stars
Number of Rooms: 58
Number Ensuite: 58

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Full English Breakfast, use of spa and fitness studio
Double: 185-190; Club: 225-245; Superior: 280-300; Luxury: 325-355
Suite: 475-495 - Junior Suite: 370-405
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Restaurant

Name: Equilibrium and Bess's Brasserie
Chef: Santi Santamaria and Andoni Luis
Awards: 3 AA Rosettes

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Credit Cards Accepted
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Disabled Access
Open All Year
Building of Historic Interest
Gym - Nautilus Gymnasium
Grayshott Studio Spa
Tennis Court
Swimming Pool - indoor swimming pool, outdoor hydro pool
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV
MiniBar
Conference/Business Facilities
Garden

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