Drayton Lodge

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Staverton Road
Daventry
Northamptonshire
England
NN11 4NL

Drayton Lodge, Daventry

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Drayton Lodge is a secluded Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast set 1 mile from the centre of Daventry in beautiful rolling countryside. All rooms are ensuite with Wi Fi Connections, colour TV and hospitality tray. Enjoy a traditional freshly prepared full Engligh Breakfast with ingredients sourced from local farms, where possible.

There is ample car parking space. 4 rooms are situated on the ground floor in a converted barn that adjoins the main house.

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From: £75.00


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