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The beautiful village of Braunston sits on the Northamptonshire and Warwickshire border. It nestles on the hill above Braunston Marina, the crossroads of the Oxford and Grand Union Canal, the historic meeting of North and South.

The cottage opens out onto beautiful countryside, with miles of green fields, footpaths and towpaths on your doorstep. You can walk straight from the cottage down the field to the double cast iron bridges at Braunston Turn or go cross country. We can point you in the right direction and provide you

The beautiful village of Braunston sits on the Northamptonshire and Warwickshire border

with maps and guides and suggest somewhere for lunch.

Make sure you visit the historic All Saints Church, also called the Boatman’s Church. It was built in 1849.

On your return, you can revive yourself in one of the four local pubs, all serving great food. The village also boasts a butchers, general store, fish & chip shop, and a tea room, so you won’t go hungry. Just to be sure, there is also a Waitrose and a Sainsburys within 10 minutes drive.