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Ashby Park

United Kingdom, Northamptonshire

Sleeps 18
9 Bed
5 Bath
Tennis Court
All bedrooms en­suite
Allows Children
BBQ
Boat available
Car Parking
Central Heating
Indoor Fireplace
Open Fire
Private Parking
Swimming Pool (Hot Tub)
1HR
Under 1 hour to airport
Walking distance to a restaurant / pub
Walking distance to a village / town
Washing Machine

Ashby Park is a fine example of Jacobean architecture.
Built in 1637 and extended in 1859 by the preeminent Victorian
achitect Anthony Salvin adding a large drawing room, library and
kitchens. In an idyllic setting deep in the Northamptonshire
countryside and yet less than an hour from London. 

The owners are avid collectors of the unusual and
the beautiful from all over the world, who both worked in the
fashion industry for many years and bring their love of
art and talent for entertaining to the ethos of Mears Ashby
today. 

£
15-20k /pw
Get in touch

Price based on 7 night stay. Property also available per night.

Ashby Park

United Kingdom, Northamptonshire

A beautiful estate in the heart of Northamptonshire, surrounded by vast parkland. Only 40 minutes by train from London. With bedrooms for 18, and dining capacity for 30, this house is perfect for parties and celebrations.

£
15-20k /pw
Get in touch

Price based on 7 night stay. Property also available per night.

Sleeps 18
9 Bed
5 Bath
Tennis Court
All bedrooms en­suite
Allows Children
BBQ
Boat available
Car Parking
Central Heating
Indoor Fireplace
Open Fire
Private Parking
Swimming Pool (Hot Tub)
1HR
Under 1 hour to airport
Walking distance to a restaurant / pub
Walking distance to a village / town
Washing Machine

Property description

Ashby Park is a fine example of Jacobean architecture.
Built in 1637 and extended in 1859 by the preeminent Victorian
achitect Anthony Salvin adding a large drawing room, library and
kitchens. In an idyllic setting deep in the Northamptonshire
countryside and yet less than an hour from London. 

The owners are avid collectors of the unusual and
the beautiful from all over the world, who both worked in the
fashion industry for many years and bring their love of
art and talent for entertaining to the ethos of Mears Ashby
today. 

United Kingdom, Northamptonshire

Why Annabel loves this property

Annabel loves the great layout of Ashby Park which lends itself to entertaining in style.

Things-to-do

THINGS TO DO

Excursions / Interests

Lyveden New Bield

The National Trust's Lyveden New Bield is an unfinished Elizabethan summer lodge and moated garden in the east of Northamptonshire, England, owned by the National Trust. It is a Grade I listed building.

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Stanwick Lakes

Stanwick Lakes is a unique 750 acre countryside attraction and nature reserve located in the heart of Northamptonshire’s Nene Valley. There are extensive and imaginative play areas, open spaces and paths that families, walkers, cyclists and nature lovers can explore at leisure. The visitor centre, with café, shop and function space, hosts events, family celebrations, business meetings and craft workshops throughout the year. Stanwick Lakes is managed as a social enterprise by environmental charity, Rockingham Forest Trust, in partnership with East Northamptonshire Council.

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The Canal Museum

The Canal Museum, formerly known as the "National Waterways Museum Stoke Bruerne" and "The Canal Museum at Stoke Bruerne", is a canal museum located next to the Grand Union Canal just south of the Blisworth Tunnel, near the village of Stoke Bruerne in Northamptonshire. The museum tells the story of Britain's inland waterways and the people who worked on them. It provides an insight into the transport system which was fundamental to the industrial revolution in Britain. There are working models and 3-D displays including a model of the short-lived inclined-plane mechanical lift at Foxton in Leicestershire. Exhibits include models of working boats including narrow boats, barges, butties and tugs, painted ware and canal crafts, traditional clothing, canal-side signs and specialist tools.

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