Rushton Hall Hotel and Spa

Desborough Road, Rushton, Northamptonshire, England, NN14 1RP, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Desborough Road, Rushton, is near Saunton Sands Beach and Rushton Triangular Lodge.
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    Travel Blogs from Rushton

    Fishing

    A travel blog entry by rmproct on Sep 11, 2014

    10 photos

    What a fabulous day fishing, Paul took us to Waterloo farm, such a beautiful pond and country side. We had a delicious English breakfast and I got to try Black Pudding for the first time. So many huge Carp teasing us all day, till finally we got the catch of the day :) I got the pleasure of pulling it in. We met up with Allen and Jane for tea in a very quaint old Pub the Stags Head in Doddington. They took us on a little tour through Wellingborough on the way ...

    Salcey Forrest

    A travel blog entry by rmproct on Sep 10, 2014

    7 photos

    We have been kindly lent a car by my Dads cousin so we can travel a round and sight see a little, very generous. We took advantage of this and went to Salcey Forrest south of Northampton. It is a beautiful Forrest with lots of walks, great paths, easy access making it a fabulous place for all the family, even the dog! Auntie Pauline came with us and we had an enjoyable cuppa before setting off on the walk. Dad couldn't walk too far so Mum and him did what he could while auntie ...

    The best place to live

    A travel blog entry by julieandnick on Sep 10, 2014

    6 comments, 7 photos

    According to a Times survey, Stamford in Lincolnshire was rated the best place to live in 2013. So today we visited Stamford, a beautiful 17th century town of stone buildings. A bit like a Cotswolds town with fewer cottages. When we arrived we parked in a free 2 hour zone. MDW asked a local 49 year old lady for directions, she correctly identified us as Australians and said she hated living in ...

    Part 11 - Cumbria - Yorkshire National Park

    A travel blog entry by gedowling on Jun 15, 2014

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... Pennine Walking Way for the trek up to Malham Cove, a 3 Klm trip through beautiful country to the sheer cliff of Gordale Scar, a huge limestone cliff that was once a waterfall after the last ice age when the glaciers in this area started melting and moving down the valley. We walk to the base of the cliff and amazed to see the water from the underground river bubbling up and flowing away down the valley. High above us we see the rows of rock climbers pitons hammered into the cliff ...

    Safaris and Tea

    A travel blog entry by shadowmadow on Jul 27, 2013

    101 photos

    ... style river landscape. From there, I walked through the Flying Duchess' Room. This room belonged to Mary, wife of the 11th Duke. Mary and the Duke met and married in India. She founded the hospital during the First World War. She learned how to fly in 1925 and together with Captain Barnard broke several flying records. In 1937, Mary took off in her Tiger Moth on a short flight and crashed in Norfolk, she was 72. She seems to have a fascinating, adventurous, ...