Dating from 1200 and steeped in history the manor is situated in a pretty Northamptonshire village. There is one large double en-suite room with a smaller annex bedroom to accommodate three guests if required. The manor is close to the AI and to Stamford, a beautiful Georgian town, and only 45 minutes from Cambridge.
What makes a stay at The Prebendal Manor unique?
The Grade I listed Prebendal Manor is the oldest property in Northamptonshire with many historical connections, dating back to 1200. With its huge history and beautiful gardens, the manor is a destination where guests can enjoy the tranquility of the house and its large 6-acre gardens. Originally owned by the prebendaries of Lincoln Cathedral, it is now a family home with many unique and original features for the guests to enjoy.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Prebendal Manor?
The Prebendal Manor has one spacious en-suite bedroom with a smaller annex bedroom attached. The room has a flat-screen television, refreshment tray, hairdryer, and free WiFi. The bath is a bath/shower and is equipped with large-quality bath towels, hand towels, and quality toiletries. Guests are welcome to take tea/coffee and biscuits in the kitchen with the owner on arrival.
Breakfast is served in the downstairs great hall during the summer months, or kitchen with its warm aga during cooler periods.
Outside there is a patio area with lovely views of the church and manor to sit, read, or take tea or coffee.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Nr Peterborough area?
Nassington is a pretty mostly stone-built village in close proximity to a number of stately houses including Burghley House, Rockingham Castle, and Elton Hall. Cambridge is only forty-five minutes easy driving. The beautiful Norman cathedral in Peterborough is twenty minutes away and the local towns of Oundle and Stamford, with its boutique shops, are close by.
The historic village of Fotheringhay where Richard III was born and Mary Queen of Scots was beheaded is two miles away and can provide a pleasant three-mile walk across the fields. Every village in this area has a fine medieval church, many of which are open.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Nassington is a wonderful village with its own village shop, butcher and a pub serving food. There are numerous pubs in the surrounding villages that also serve food. The Falcon pub in Elton serving good meals has been awarded the pub of the year. If you need other recommendations on where to eat, your hosts would be more than happy to show you.
- Guests can enjoy a really good quality continental breakfast with fruit juices, toast, croissants, fruit, tea and coffee in the down-stairs great hall, or kitchen if the weather is chilly.
- Guests are welcome to use the upstairs large sitting room where many medieval features and beams can be seen.
- All guests must be over sixteen
- Unfortunately, there is no wheelchair access.
- No smoking throughout the house, but it is permitted in the garden well away from the manor.
- No dogs, the two cats would not tolerate them.
- However, guide dogs are accepted.