We Love —
- Set in 8 acres of landscaped gardens, in the beautiful Northamptonshire countryside
- Wadenhoe House is a magnificent Jacobean manor, that has been welcoming visitors since 1617. Rooms are distinctively individual, plus there is a restaurant offering locally sourced ingredients
- Our members can enjoy a fabulous 2-course dinner on the first evening
New Voyage Privé —
Carefully selected by our experts especially for you
Your Destination —
Northamptonshire is in the very heart of England and offers something for everyone who visits or lives here.
With excellent road and rail links it's easy to find your way to the county often described as the Rose of the Shires. Here you can choose to step into the traditional rural lifestyle typified by Northamptonshire's numerous pretty villages with their thatched cottages, country lanes and parish churches. Or at the other end of the spectrum, Northamptonshire offers many modern attractions and facilities, and holds the accolade of hosting one of the most thrilling Formula One Grand Prix at Silverstone.
Northamptonshire is home to some of the most beautiful countryside in England. There are miles of walks, beautiful country parks, canals and substantial areas of ancient woodland just waiting to be explored. Miles of cycle path follow the landscape of the Brampton Valley Way. Rockingham Castle perches on its hilltop with views stretching to Rutland Water. Stately homes and ancestral seats, including that of the Spencer family at Althorp, are all part of the local heritage. The network of canals that interweave the county are perfect for exploring, with cruisers able to stop to sample the hospitality of the old navigational inns along the way.
In and around the main market towns there are excellent leisure facilities with great shops, restaurants, museums, galleries, theatres and cinemas, health clubs and spas, and a thriving nightlife for anyone with the energy.
Your Hotel —
Set in eight acres of landscaped gardens, Wadenhoe House is a magnificent Jacobean Manor House nestling in the rolling Northamptonshire countryside near Oundle. Wadenhoe House is not just a beautiful historic building - it is a family home that has been welcoming visitors since 1617. Staff at Wadenhoe pride themselves on treating visitors in the old-fashioned way, as house guests.
Unobtrusive and quietly efficient, excellent service is a proud tradition that sets Wadenhoe House apart. The Wadenhoe team of dedicated professionals makes it their job to ensure that your stay is a truly memorable one.
- Landscaped Gardens
Some services may incur additional charges, payable locally.
Please note: this offer is non-refundable / non-transferable
Your Room —
This offer is based on a Large Double Room
Enjoy a spacious room with a double bed, offering all modern amenities necessary for a comfortable stay.
Your Board Basis —
This offer is based on a bed and breakfast stay. Just for you: 2 course dinner on the first night.
At Wadenhoe House staff are passionate about giving customers a memorable fine dining experience. All dishes are prepared on the premises by Head Chef Craig Kline.
Sunday Lunch. The much praised traditional Sunday Lunches are available throughout the year. All prepared by on site chefs, and each served by friendly dedicated staff. Each dish is prepared on the premises using fresh, high quality produce with fruit & vegetables coming from the hotel garden when in season. By popular demand Roast Beef is always on the menu.
Afternoon Tea. The ever popular Afternoon Teas are a real treat. Enjoy an assortment of freshly cut sandwiches, homemade scones with jam & cream along with an assortment of home baked cakes and a selection of fine teas. To make it extra special why not add a glass of champagne!
Bistro. Why not try Thursday Steak Nights, when Wadenhoe House offers 8oz Sirloin steak, mushrooms, tomatoes, hand cut chips and onion rings. A different menu is available throughout the week.
Your Journey —
Transport is not included in this offer.
By road from the south M1 - exit at junction 15 onto the A508/A45 following the signs for Peterborough until reaching the A14 junction - go to local directions.
A1 - leave the A1 at it's junction with the A14. Travel fourteen miles westbound along the A14 and exit at junction 13 - go to local directions.
By road from the north
M1 - exit at junction 19 onto the A14. Travel approximately 30 miles eastbound along the A14 and exit at junction 13 - go to local directions. M6 - exit at junction 1a onto the A14. Travel approximately 30 miles eastbound along the A14 and exit at junction 13 - go to local directions.
A1 - leave the A1 at it's junction with the A605 (signposted Northampton) and travel south for approximately 15 miles. Turn right at the roundabout (signposted Pilton, Lilford and Wadenhoe) - go to local directions part b.
a) Follow the A605 (signposted Peterborough) for approximately 4 miles and turn left at the roundabout signposted Pilton, Lilford and Wadenhoe.
b) Drive for 1 mile and turn left towards Wadenhoe. Wadenhoe House is approximately one mile along on the left hand side.