Fawsley Hall looks out over the serene landscape of Northamptonshire, the shire of 'spires and squires', set deep within the Heart of England.
The original Tudor manor house, with its vaulted great hall and Queen Elizabeth 1 chamber, forms the core of this magnificent country hotel. The stately splendour is rounded off by the Georgian and Victorian wings, with their graceful gables, playful gargoyles and imposing gothic crenellations.
Now a hotel, surrounded by 2,000 acres of rolling parkland, this magnificent Tudor Manor House, with its Georgian and Victorian wings immediately conveys centuries of gracious living.
In 1575, Fawsley Hall received the honour of playing host to Queen Elizabeth I. The Queen's original suite, with its soaring roof, delicately carved fireplace and sumptuous four-poster bed, exemplifies the luxury and charm of this historic hotel.The Tudor, Georgian and Victorian wings all have their own special character, which is reflected in the accommodation.
Each of the hotel's 43 spacious, individually styled suites and rooms enjoys its own unique ambience, furnishings and decorative flourishes. Throughout the Hall, the views of Fawsley Park and the countryside beyond are, as you would expect, quite spectacular.
Fawsley, Nr Daventry
Northamptonshire, NN11 3BA
Fawsley Hall, near Daventry, Northants
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