You are assured of a warm welcome at Hall Farm – nestling in the rolling countryside and fine stone buildings of a little-explored corner of Northamptonshire.
We offer a comfortable, stylish retreat in the picturesque village of King’s Cliffe, a short distance from Stamford and Peterborough and just five miles from the A1 and A47 for convenient access to major road and rail routes.
The Archway Bed and Breakfast Room extends over the entrance archway on the west side of the courtyard and has recently been completely refurbished and has an open and airy contemporary feel. It has a large bedroom with shower ensuite and windows that overlook the church and the courtyard. The beds can be arranged either as a super-king size double or as separate twin beds.
In addition guests have use of the adjoining large vaulted ceiling early eighteenth century Music Room as a private sitting room. In winter months you can relax on the sofa by an open fire. Breakfast is also served in here.
The Archway Room can either be used as additional accommodation for those staying in the Stables Apartment or taken separately as a B&B room.
Stamford - A once major wool town, featured in period dramas such as Middlemarch, Stamford is striking for its beautiful limestone buildings. Seven church spires rise from its centre, and the River Welland with its water meadows flows through it. The old coaching inn “The George” is a well-known establishment and there are a host of other eateries, shops, and an antiques centre that make the town an enjoyable place to spend time. Market day is on Fridays. Burghley House is also nearby.
Oundle - An attractive small market town largely built of the local limestone with a famous public school. It has several busy cafes, good butchers, book shop, and other retail establishments. Market day is Thursday with a farmers’ market on the second Saturday of the month.
Rates:From £75 single occupancy.
From £90 - £100 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
Children over 10 are welcome.
4 Star Visit England.