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Holiday Inn Northampton

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Make the Holiday Inn Northampton hotel your friendly home from home just 5 minutes' walk from Brackmills and The Lakes business parks. A pretty red-brick building set in leafy manicured gardens, the 3-storey Holiday Inn Northampton is just 2.5 miles from Northampton town centre and 5 miles from the M1. You'll be spoiled for choice with a mouth-watering array of Indian curries and modern European dishes in our chic Brasserie. Sleep in comfort on soft Egyptian cotton sheets in your contemporary Guest room. Book one of Holiday Inn Northampton's 6 naturally lit meeting rooms for your event, whether it's a seminar for 8 people or a gala dinner for 70. Feel free to prepare your presentation in our 24-hour Business Centre . We're an hour's drive from both Luton and Birmingham airports, and we have ample complimentary parking on site if you're arriving by car. Motoring enthusiasts should head for nearby Silverstone Circuit to see sleek Formula One cars speeding round the track. Drag races at Santa Pod Raceway 20 miles from the hotel will appeal to those who prefer their car rallies more rough and ready. Work out in Holiday Inn Northampton's MiniGym before cooling off with a drink at our lively bar. Wireless Internet in our public areas gives you the freedom to check email when it suits you. Ask our friendly 24-hour Front Desk staff where to head for a night out in Northampton.

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