Aynho, in Northamptonshire, is the southernmost town of the East Midlands, and is also extremely close to the neighbouring county of Oxfordshire. This town is surrounded by beautiful countryside, and overlooks the stunning Cherwell Valley. If you're looking to enjoy the best of the Great British countryside, look no further than a holiday cottage in Aynho.
Aynho holiday cottages – Things to see & do while you're here
Holiday cottages Aynho are a lovely way to see the British countryside, but there are also a couple of things worth seeing and doing while you're here. The main nearby attraction would have to be Aynhoe Park. This 17th century Grade 1 listed building encompasses British eccentricity at its best. The house is a hidden gem and well kept secret, but you can hire it for weddings or other special occasions. You can even have a guided tour of the house and take a trip into the past, discovering the intriguing history, and its totally surreal original, and zany modern interior. Here, classic meets quirky. If you fancy a Real Ale in a classic British pub, the Duke of Cumberlands Head is the place for you. A 17th century thatched country inn, the building itself is admirable. If you're staying in a Northamptonshire holiday cottage, this is a great little town to come and visit for the day. If you're staying in an Aynho holiday cottage, you're also in the perfect place for discovering the rest of Northamptonshire, as well as Oxfordshire.