Staverton Hall

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The Hall Manor Road Staverton
Staverton
Northamptonshire
England
NN11 6JD

Staverton Hall, Staverton

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Staverton Hall is a Georgian family house on the edge of Staverton a pretty Northamptonshire village. The house is set within 10 acres of land and has stunning views looking out across Warwickshire. There are four comfortable bedrooms and breakfast is served around one table in the elegant dining room/drawing room.

Recently featured in The Guardian as one of the best new British B&Bs we provide refreshments on arrival fresh milk each morning and newspapers on request.

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