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Dairy Farm, Cranford St. Andrew

Mrs. A. Clarke
Dairy Farm
Cranford St. Andrew
NN14 4AQ

Tel: 01536 330273

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3 Stars Farm House

Situated in an idyllic Northamptonshire village just off the A14 (A604). Dairy Farm is a charming 17th C. thatched house with oak beams and inglenook fireplaces. There is a large garden containing an ancient circular dovecote and a summerhouse for guests to enjoy. Four-poster bed available. Delicious meals. Full English breakfasts. All rooms have TV and hospitality trays. Ideal for a relaxing holiday, touring centre or business appointment.

 Bed & Breakfast  Single from £25. Double/Twin from £50
 Accommodation  Rooms: 3  Sleeps: 6 - 8
 Open: Jan - Dec Brochure available Business people welcome Central heating Children welcome Evening meal En-suit bathroom Farm Holiday Bureau member Guests' own lounge with TV No smoking Parking available Dogs by arrangement Tea and coffee in bedrooms TV in bedrooms or cottages

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