A delightful single-storey, semi-detached conversion next to the owner’s home, in the village of Stoke Albany, equidistant between the pretty market town of Market Harborough and Corby.
Beautifully furnished throughout to provide contemporary accommodation, this cosy Stoke Albany cottage is ideal for a romantic break in an unspoilt part of the country.
Set at the ground floor level with two internal steps, this Stoke Albany cottage has a charming double bedroom with en-suite facilities, and a cosy open plan living area complete with folding doors onto the front decked patio, a perfect area to sit out with a refreshing drink or enjoy alfresco dining.
The Northamptonshire village of Stoke Albany boasts a traditional village pub serving real ales and good pub food, a wildlife park and an 18-hole golf course.
Originally constructed by William the Conqueror, nearby Rockingham Park and Castle holds events throughout the year, and for the motorsport enthusiast, Rockingham Motor Speedway is also close by.
There are many walks in the area including Macmillian Way, Midshire's Way and Jurassic Way, as well as National Trust properties, Rutland Water Nature Reserve, country parks and many unspoilt towns and villages.
A great holiday destination at any time of year.
All ground floor. One double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Market Harborough 4 miles.
The pretty village of Stoke Albany nestles close to the Leicestershire/Northamptonshire border, defined by the River Welland, mid-way between Market Harborough and Corby. Stoke Albany has an 18th century inn serving excellent homemade food and real ales, as well as an 18-hole golf course, small wildlife pocket park and 13th century church. The surrounding area offers amenities and attractions to suit all tastes. Rockingham Speedway offers numerous track events throughout the year, or why not try out one of their many track days? Rockingham Castle, built on the instruction of William the Conqueror, makes a great family day out, hosting many events throughout the year and offering extensive gardens and an excellent tea room. Market Harborough is just 4 miles away and boasts ancient buildings as well as well as many independent retaillers, cafes, excellent restaurants and local inns, or visit Foxton Locks, the largest flight of staircase locks on the English Canal system, with its very own award-winning museum. A little further afield is Rutland Water Nature Reserve, an SSSI, owned by the Natural Trust and holding many events and workshops for visitors interested in conservation, wildlife and rural activities. This whole area is steeped in history, boasting beautiful countryside, many lovely walks and activities including cycle tracks, horse riding, golf and fishing.