You are assured of a warm welcome at Hall Farm – nestling in the rolling countryside and fine stone buildings of a little-explored corner of Northamptonshire.
We offer two comfortable, stylish self-catering retreats in the picturesque village of Kings Cliffe, a short distance from Stamford and Peterborough and just five miles from the A1 and A47 for convenient access to major road and rail routes.
Our country-style accommodation offers The Stables Cottage, a spacious and cosy living for two over working stables and opposite, The Archway Apartment, a recently refurbished barn conversion, also for two, with a modern twist. Both are set around a centuries-old stone stable courtyard and enjoy individual entrances. The main family house is full of character and steeped in history dating back to mediaeval times.
Kings Cliffe stands on the edge of the Rockingham Forest and is predominantly built of Lincolnshire Limestone – offering all the beauty and charm of the Cotswolds without the bustle of tourists. We are well served with local amenities including a small supermarket, greengrocers, bakery, post office, art gallery and pub.
Tranquil countryside lies within a few steps of Hall Farm and individually mapped footpaths and bridleways tempt ramblers and cyclists alike. Rutland Water is only a 15-minute drive away for more adventurous activities including sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, fishing, cycling, walking and birdwatching.
The beautiful historic market towns of Stamford, Oundle, Oakham and Uppingham are within easy reach with stately Burghley House, Barnsdale Country Gardens, Kirby Hall and Rockingham Castle among attractions. Nearby Peterborough boasts a Cathedral, which is one of the finest Norman buildings surviving in Europe today.
The Women’s Tour Cycle Race to Start in Oundle
The Women’s Tour starts from Oundle, only 8 miles from Hall Farm on 7 May at 11am.
Kings Cliffe Heritage Centre Opens
Kings Cliffe Heritage Centre opened for the first time on the Easter weekend.
Apethorpe Hall Tours Resume this Summer
Apethorpe Hall is in the neighbouring village to Kings Cliffe and is only about a mile from Hall Farm.