Russell House is a charming grade II listed Northamptonshire ironstone house built in 1714 offering seriously smart B&B accommodation! Full of period charm and elegance, it is a fine example of the marriage of preservation and restoration with an abundance of original period features.
Located in the heart of the charming picturesque conservation village of Flore, Northamptonshire. Russell House built originally as the Surgeons house then later became the dairy farm for the village before becoming the period village house it is today.
It is perfect for those looking for a luxurious and stylish country bolt hole - Russell House proudly caters for those guests who enjoy the finer things in life on a small but personal scale.
Each guest bedroom has its own unique style and features ether super king or double beds with custom linens & towels. All rooms have private En Suite shower facilities, a range of quality tea and coffees, flat screen TVs, free and secure Wi-Fi. Plus other amenities such as hairdryer, wine glasses & cork screw (champagne flutes available for that special occasion), bath robes, and much more.
Included within your stay is a delicious, home cooked breakfast inspired by local ingredients and cooked by your host Peter who has a passion for cooking and was a contestant and winner of the popular C4 program “Come Dine with Me” and is served in the atmospheric 300 hundred year old dining room or on warm summer morning’s guests can enjoy breakfast in the attractive courtyard under the shade of the old wisteria arbor.
Russell House is conveniently located less than three miles from Junction 16 of the M1, less than two miles from the A5 and only half an hour from the M40. There is plenty of parking for guests arriving by car.
Check In: 16:00 (4:00pm) - 21:00 (9:00pm) (arrivals may be allowed outside this window if your travel plans can't be adjusted however this is subject to availability)
Check Out: Before 10:30 (10:30am)