Kendal House is an 18th Century coaching inn, now converted into a large family home. The house is grade 2 listed and retains many of its original features, but has been lovingly restored and updated. The house has 6 bedrooms over 2 floors, 4 large double rooms with ensuite bathrooms and one twin room with a bathroom adjacent to it. Our guests have a living room with open fire to relax in and breakfast is served in our large dining room.
The house is set in the centre of the picturesque village of Blakesley which is approximately 5 miles away from Silverstone Racetrack. It is also 5 minutes drive to Towcester Racecourse and nearby to many wedding and party venues. Blakesley is set in the beautiful Northamptonshire countryside so perfectly placed for quiet walks or cycle rides. Our Silverstone guests seem to enjoy the combination of the peace and quiet of our village after the noise and bustle of the racetrack.
The Bartholomew Arms is situated directly opposite the house. This delightful country pub offers delicious homemade snacks and meals throughout the day, but its often best to book in advance to avoid disappointment.
The Noy family look forward to welcoming you into our home.
Free WiFi internet
Baby listening device
Children's books, videos, games
Children's play area
Activities and Experiences
Art galleries & museums
Tennis court - outdoor
Unfortunately the house has no special facilities. There are steps up to the building and then stairs which lead up to the bedrooms. As it is a grade 2 listed property it is difficult to make these changes to the building. If you would like to book a room on the first floor please let us know at the time of booking.
Bed and Breakfast
Booking Terms and Conditions
Roadfrom M1(13.0 miles)
Exit the M1 at Junction 15A. Take A43 sign posted to Oxford. Drive for approximately 10 miles. At the first roundabout take the 3rd exit to Greens Norton. Follow the road through the village and round a 90 degree bend and drive for 3 miles to Blakesley. When you enter the village take the second road on left (High Street). Kendal House is on the left next door to the village shop.