If you’re worried about the falling value of the Euro, or the instability of mainland Europe then forget about booking a holiday villa in the South of France and choose to stay near Stoke Bruerne instead.
When you visit a location that is as steeped in history and culture as Stoke Bruerne you’ll want to stay somewhere that matches the historical atmosphere. Whilst some might favour the environs of a sleek modern hotel, here in Stoke Bruerne we like do things the old fashioned way. Whether you’re choosing to stay at a B&B or book out an entire property, we have just the kind of property that you’re after – so you can slip into Stoke Bruerne like a true local.
Being such a small village, you may find that there isn’t always availability for the small amount of accommodation options in Stoke Bruerne itself, so you might have to stay nearby, as opposed to right in the middle, but rest assure that none of our suggestions are more than a short walk away, so you won’t have any trouble making your way back on foot after a night at the
Take a look at our selection of rural themed accommodations here and let us know if you choose to stay in one:
This farmhouse is the oldest in the tiny settlement of Little Brington and offers holiday makers the perfect opportunity to lose themselves in this rural idyll. Solid wood flooring throughout this property makes it as rustic on the inside as it is on the out, plus you’ve got excellent pubs in The Saracen’s Head and the Fox and Hounds just a mile down the road. With the the nearest train station 5 miles away, this is one destination where driving is absolutely necessary.
How much? From £88/night.
The Dovecot Cottage
Whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure, the Dovecot Cottage is a little hideaway that promises peace and tranquillity. This 17th Century home has been well looked after and comes equipped with large en-suite shower and underfloor heating too. Just a short walk from the Grand Union canal in the centre of Stoke Bruerne, this is a great place to stay in if you can find the opportunity to get a booking in!
How much? From £85/night.
Another stunning old build, Bells Cottage is a lovely Grade II listed timber cottage which boasts original thatch roofing. This 500 year old cottage is located on a peaceful no-through road, so you’re far from any traffic, but a recent kitchen refurbishment means that you’re far from living in the dark ages. This is a handsome cottage with plenty of character and a real touch of luxury, perfect for a long weekend.
How much? From £162/night.
If you don’t mind staying as someone’s guest, as opposed to having your own place, Helen’s Airbnb offers great value with the same level of comfort as the other places on this list. Helen has been rated as a Super Host by Airbnb, and she’s been a recipient of 64 glowing five star reviews: a clear indicator of a dedicated host. Her home is just a short walk away from the centre of Stoke Bruerne.
How much? From £44/night.