Boughton House is one of the 5 important houses as part of the world heritage of Great Britain. Belonging to the Duke of Buccleuch, this country house is situated 3 miles North-East of Kettering. Originally built as a monastic building, this house was later converted to a mansion, where its features are very prevalent today.
The expanse of the estate around the house boasts of some scenic landscapes and woodlands which are breath-taking and suitable for various shooting sports. Although maintaining quality standards in delivering sports Boughton estate also gives prime importance to conservation of natural settings.
Driving south on M1, at junction 19 take the A14 exit to Kettering. Driving on A14 take the A43 ramp to Kettering. At the first roundabout take the 1st exit and at the 2nd roundabout take the 2nd exit to stay on A43. At the next roundabout take the 1st exit onto Stamford road. Driving on this road look out for West Street on the right. Drive on West St to then take the Grafton road. A right, left and a right will take you to Boughton House which has ample car and coach parking on your arrival.
We have listed down some of the places to eat near Boughton House that are within a 15 mile radius to make it convenient for you. Whether you are an academic or a keen visitor, restaurants around Boughton House could be of interest to you. The above list contains restaurants whose cuisines range from French to Italian, from Indian to Chinese, from American to Mexican to name a few. You will not regret your decision to visit places to eat close to Boughton House. These restaurants near Boughton House are perfect for your day immersing in sporting activities or other sightseeing events.
Did you know that in 1994 Boughton House received the Silver Award in the first ever Historic Houses Association Awards for, not only, best preserving its authenticity and integrity in terms of architecture, but also, for remaining as the lived-in family home for centuries?