Castle Farm Guest House Bed and Breakfast near Peterborough

Castle Farm Guest House Visit EnglandCastle Farm Guest House is a tastefully converted Victorian farmhouse, situated in one of England's most picturesque and historical locations. With lawns running down to the River Nene at the front and adjoining the site of Fotheringhay Castle to the side, we are well placed to make the most of this wonderful Nene Valley village where Richard III was born and Mary, Queen of Scots beheaded.

Castle Farm Guest House Oundle Stamford Peterborough

With a 4 star rating from Visit England (formerly the English Tourist Board) our beautiful location in this North Northamptonshire village is just minutes away from Oundle, Stamford and Peterborough and is therefore perfect for the business traveller or anyone looking to recharge their batteries in exquisite surroundings. The neighbouring area is also ideal for walking, cycling, fishing, horse riding and sailing at nearby Rutland Water.

Away On Business? We are just minutes away from Oundle, Stamford & Peterborough

Castle Farm Guest House makes an ideal base for the business traveller, offering a friendly relaxed atmosphere with a "home from home" feel, just 15 minutes away from Peterborough city centre and 5 minutes from the A1.

....Just 5 miles from the busy A1 with its easy links north and south, the village is perfectly situated amidst gently rolling farmland, seemingly miles from anywhere but in fact only ten minutes from access to the rest of the country....

Our Rooms

Our accommodation consists of two double and three twin bedded rooms. One of these converts easily into a family room and all are en suite with tea and coffee making facilities. There is an iron available on request.


The comfortable lounge has an open fire and fantastic views across the river and meadows of the Nene Valley.

Ideally located for easy access to main routes and a peaceful and relaxing escape at the end of the day.


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Walking And Cycling Around Fotheringhay

Gentleman CyclingFotheringhay is often used as a starting point for walking enthusiasts and Ramblers. The local footpaths are immaculately maintained and facilities are improving all the time. Cyclists who are attracted to the area due to the lack of steep hills, and relatively quiet roads, also pass through on a regular basis.

A fatigued athlete can reassuringly slow the pace by taking refreshment at the Falcon Public House.