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Church Farm Lodge
Church Farm
Harrington

Kettering
Northamptonshire

NN6 9NU

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Tucked away in one of Northamptonshire’s most attractive villages, Church Farm Lodge offers an alternative for business travellers.With good road links to the county’s main business centres and beyond, the Harrington Bed and Breakfast provides luxury accommodation at a competitive price, complete with a full range of business facilities.Three large barns converted into luxury accommodation offer a good night’s sleep before the day’s work ahead, while conferencing and a meeting room with a full range of facilities and catering services, make it the perfect venue for business events. Church Farm Lodge has a range of rooms including double, family and a suite, all with en suite facilities and new 26-inch flat screen TVs with Sky, Freeview and each room has wireless internet access. Full English or Continental breakfast is included in all room prices, and visitors can take advantage of the renowned Tollemache Armswhich is opposite.For businesses, the relaxed and attractive setting ensures the right atmosphere for events and business meetings, and the facilities include an air conditioned conference room that seats up to 30 people, lunches, tea and coffee and, on request, projectors and screens can be provided.Its beautiful countryside location is as popular with private visitors as with business guests, providing an excellent base for exploring the county and some of its main attractions.

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