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Come and enjoy a relaxing bed and breakfast stay in this beautiful 500
Listed stone house, clothed in wisteria and roses. The house sits in
the heart of the quiet honey coloured stone village of Kings Cliffe. The
village was once the site of one of King John and Henry VIII's hunting
lodges in the centre of Rockingham Forest.
The house has grown over the cenuries and was started in the reign of Queen
Elizabeth 1. It is full of colour and pictures and is open all year.
Weather permiting you can have breakfast on the terrace overlooking the
beautiful walled garden or just relax with a cup ot tea in the garden.
There is full central heating, WF and secure off street parking.
The village still boasts two shops, two schools, a pub, post office and an
art gallery. Only a short distance away there are several very good
Wonderful walking country surrounds the village yet within 8 miles there are
the lovely honey coloured small stone towns of Stamford and Oundle.
Peterborough with its cathedral and East Coast Main Line railway is only 12
miles distant. The village is only 4 miles from the A1.