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Days Out & Attractions Near to Lower Farm Bed and Breakfast

Visit Oundle

Just under three miles away, Oundle is one of the oldest market towns in England and is full of interesting speciality shops, galleries and a museum. It is also home of Oundle School which has over a thousand students and many splendid limestone buildings including the Cloisters and the Great Hall.

There are many events held within the town throughout the year. For more details, maps and a What’s On visit www.oundle.info

Visit Stamford

Twelve miles away, captured in time by its conservation status, Stamford has retained much of its old world charm and prosperity. Many of the buildings are constructed from old Lincolnshire limestone hence the towns distinguished appearance and popularity with tourists and movie directors.

Stamford is the home of Burghley House one of England’s greatest Elizabethan houses (pictured above). Visitors can explore the house and gardens. Burghley hosts many events, the most famous being the Burghley Horse Trials, which are held annually in September.

Historic Houses & Castles

Southwick HallElton HallRockingham CastleBurghley HousePrebendal ManorKirby HallBoughton HouseLyveden New Bield

Country Parks

Barnwell Country Park, Fermyn Woods and Stanwick Lakes.

Motor Racing

The Grand Prix at Silverstone in July

Horse Racing

Huntingdon and Newmarket

Local Events

Oundle Literature Festival (March), Oundle Festival of Music & Drama (April), Rockingham Horse Trials (May), Oundle International Festival (July), Thurning Feast (July), New Wine Festival (Aug), Greenbelt (Aug) Nene Valley Festival (Sept), Burghley Horse Trials (Sept)

Local Attractions

Nene Valley Railway, Rutland Water, Hamerton Zoo, East of England Arena at the Showground in Peterborough, Wicksteed Park in Kettering, Rushden Lakes – shopping, restaurants, cinema and watersports.