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Tel code: 01280 | code search
Postcode: NN13 | code search
Population: 13300
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"This place is a gem. Famous for being run by a stroppy chap, it is worth the banter as the food is fresh, exceptionally tasty and the menu includes a ..." More

"Without prejudice, the review posted is not from a "first time visit", but from over 10 years of visiting the resturant...... Food 4 stars Service - 6 stars. Sorry, the it was the ..." More

Bengal Dynasty Indian Restaurant
"In a small market town Brackley have a few indian restaurant we visit several occations but our last visit to Bengal Dynasty indian restaurant was on of the best ..." More

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The town of Brackley lies in South Northamptonshire situated on the edge of the Cotswolds. It was built originally on the intersection between two major trade routes, from London to Birmingham and Oxford to Cambridge. Brackley is historically a market town whose initial growth was based on the wool and lace trade. The town offers easy access to all parts of England due to its proximity to both the M40 and M1. Brackley is within easy reach of Hazelborough Forest, Silverstone Circuit and Towcester Racecourse, all of which are less than a quarter of an hour away by car. For those interested in wildlife, a visit to St James' Lake is recommended. There is an old tale amongst Brackley's residents that the town developed an underground passageway that connected the Eastern and Western ends. Present day sites rumoured to be on its route include the excavated cavern on Manor Road (now an underground car park serving apartments above a supermarket) and St. Peters' Church in Old Town. Sadly, despite the appeal of the story, no actual proof of this tunnel exists. If you are looking for somewhere to stay in Brackley you could enjoy a bit of its history by staying in the Crown Inn, a 13th century coaching inn.


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Crown Hotel (0.02 miles)

Crown Hotel

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The wide, tree-lined market place in Brackley, with its Georgian and Victorian houses and shops, is the delightful setting for this 13th century coaching inn. Enjoy idyllic leisurely walks along bridleways and ... More

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Sun Inn (2.19 miles)

Sun Inn

Under new managemant, serving fine real ales and great value home cooked food prepared by the resident chef, The Sun Inn is a traditional English pub with a warm, friendly atmosphere. With Rooms at the Inn, ... More | visit website

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The Fox at Farthinghoe (3.54 miles)

The Fox at Farthinghoe

For the perfect nights rest, stay with us in one our 4 en-suite bedrooms. Our rooms booked through Late rooms include a free continental breakfast pack served to your room. On certain days it may ... More | visit website


Home Farmhouse Charlton (3.58 miles)

Home Farmhouse Charlton
This 400 year old Cotswold stone house (Grade II listed) looks out in summer onto a flagged courtyard ablaze with roses, begonias and clematis. The house is a fascinating and attractive example of its kind ... More
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Manor Grange (3.60 miles)

Manor Grange
Manor Grange is a 4-star Bed and Breakfast providing comfortable ensuite accommodation in a peaceful rural setting yet only 5 minutes from the M40 Junction 10 and under 30 minutes from the M1. We pride ... More | visit website

Astwell Mill (4.70 miles)

Astwell Mill
Astwell Mill gives you a warm and relaxed welcome, ideal for the holiday maker and for the business traveler. The Mill is set in 37 acres of peaceful rolling countryside and includes a small spinney ... More
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Cartwright Arms Hotel (4.90 miles)

Cartwright Arms Hotel

The Cartwright Hotel is in the ancient village of Aynho, which is steeped in local history and known locally as the Apricot Village. The village is dominated by the glorious architecture of Aynho Park mansion and ... More | visit website

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Aynhoe Park (5.01 miles)

Aynhoe Park
A funked up stately home which has been newly restored, originally designed by Sir John Soane. The park has twelve luxurious and immaculately presented bedrooms all with en-suite bathrooms. The house itself is an enchanting ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Silverstone (5.66 miles)

Located on the A43 between Towcester and Brackley, close to the M1 and M40. Local attractions include Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone Golf and Country Club and Whittlebury Hall. For shops and local amenities Towcester town centre ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Bicester Cherwell Valley (5.79 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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