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B and Bs in Guilsborough

Coton Lodge
West Haddon Road
Guilsborough
Northamptonshire

NN6 8QE | View map
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Unique and secluded; yet only ten minutes from the M1; Coton Lodge is set in beautiful gardens and surrounded by its own working farm. Although mostly arable; the grassland in front of the house is grazed by our Whitefaced Woodland and Llanwenog rare breed sheep.The garden has been developed over a period of thirty years by two generations of the de Nobriga family. The original design was conceived to lead the visitor on a path of discovery; to offer unexpected surprises and to be enjoyed. There are many unusual trees and shrubs; and modern mass planting within formal box hedging is used to provide interest from spring to autumn. The style and atmosphere of a traditional English country garden is combined with contemporary ideas and regeneration. Guests enjoy peace and quiet; breathtaking views; comfortable elegant bedrooms with en suite bathrooms; and log fires in the winter. Ideal for walkers; a haven for nature lovers; an artist’s dream; there is something here for everyone.The rooms are provided with televisions; radios and tea and coffee making facilities. Beds can be made up with either duvets or sheets and blankets – please state your preference. Both bathrooms have a shower over the bath. Broadband wireless facility is available in the rooms.Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Regrettably; we cannot accept pets. Children over 12 welcome. Check-In time: 16:00 and Check-Out time: 10:00.

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