B and Bs in Moulton

Poplars Hotel
Cross Street
Moulton
Northamptonshire

NN3 7RZ
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A small 300 year old stone built Hotel in the pretty, quiet village of Moulton, yet only 4 miles to one of Europe's largest towns, Northampton. The Hotel offers a good standard of en-suite accommodation in a variety of room sizes. It is noted for its excellent breakfasts and Table d'hote dinners which are available Monday to Thursday.

Because of its location most of the town's business parks are accessible without having to enter the town, and the same is also true of the tourist attractions in the area including Althorpe House (Princess Diana's resting place), museums, waterways, fishing, country parks and houses, Silverstone and Rockingham.

The Hotel is owned by the Lawes family who pride themselves on making their guests feel wecome in a relaxing environment. On a warm summers night they can have a peaceful drink in the garden, or on a cold night in front of the welcoming fire, insulating them from the pace of a busy town.

Details

Ratings/Awards: AA/ETC 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 17
Number Ensuite: 13

Price per Person

Double: From 28.75
Twin: From 28.75
Single: From 44.50
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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided - Mon - Thurs
Licensed
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms
Garden

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