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An area steeped in history but also luxury accomodation to make every visitor's stay a delight! Picture shows Manor Cottage B&B in Middleton Cheney

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Links

www.oldfarmhousesulgrave.co.uk
http://www.oldfarmhousesulgrave.co.uk/
Visit this 17th century farmhouse and enjoy a stay the family home in the peaceful village of Sulgrave.

EasyBedandBreakfasts.co.uk 
http://www.easybedandbreakfasts.co.uk
We are ranked top on this Tourist and B and B directory for the UK
Proud to list on EasyBedandBreakfasts.co.uk, a B and B guide. This includes a Bed and Breakfast Banbury page. Our page is here: Sulgrave Manor

Oxfordshire Hotels
http://www.oxfordshire-hotels.co.uk
The Deddington Arms at Deddington, the Cartwright Hotel at Aynho and the Villiers Hotel in Buckingham: village hotels and coaching inns yet close to London.

Apple Cottage Bed and Breakfast, Lower Boddington, Northamptonshire
www.applecottagebedandbreakfast.co.uk
A 300 year old fully renovated stone cottage with stunning views of rolling countryside.

Manor Cottage Middleton Cheney, Northamptonshire
www.manorcottage-middletoncheney.com
Country House style hospitality, oak panelled drawing room, inglenook fireplace and highly acclaimed breakfasts using local produce.

Narrow Boat Weedon, Northamptonshire
http://www.narrowboatatweedon.co.uk/
4* Inn and canal side pub 

The Legacy Falcon Hotel
www.legacy-hotels.co.uk/legacy-thefalcon/
Ideally located in the heart of Stratford Upon Avon, birthplace of William Shakespeare, is The Legacy Falcon Hotel a 16th Century Inn. Perfect for exploring beautiful rural Warwickshire countryside & and the surrounding shire counties of Oxfordshire, Worcestershire, Gloucestershire & the picturesque Cotswolds Villages.


Tours and Tourist Information

Hudsons Heritage Explorer Pass
Open the door to a unique selection of stunning stately homes, historic houses, castles and gardens across England. Available to both domestic and overseas visitors.

http://www.hudsons.co.uk/mall/infopageviewer.cfm/hudsons/ExplorerPassHome?utm_source=Sulgrave&utm_medium=banner&utm_term=Hudsons%2BExplorer&utm_content=Sulgrave&utm_campaign=Sulgrave 

 

Venture Oxford

Venture Oxford offer coach tours to Sulgrave Manor for tourists, groups and special events. 
http://ventureoxford.com/our-ventures/

British Tours
http://www.britishtours.com
British Tours has provided private tours of England for small, private groups since 1958 and can include Sulgrave Manor on a custom day tour or overnight tour from London.
There is a 360 degree view of Sulgrave Manor on the British Tours web site (requires the free Quicktime viewer).

The Garden Visit
www.gardenvisit.com
Guide with details of 1,000 gardens open to the public in Britain, Europe and America.

Travel Guide UK
www.travelguideuk.com 
A directory of visitor attractions across the UK
 
DAYoutWITHtheKIDS
http://www.dayoutwiththekids.co.uk
An easy to use website for finding places to visit with your family in the UK.

What To Do With The Kids
www.whattodowiththekids.co.uk 
A directory site listing events and activities for children across the UK

Britain's Best Breaks
www.britainsbestbreaks.tv
Britain's Best Breaks is a new, half-hour travel programme that puts the spotlight on destinations right here in the UK.
Helping people to look for short break ideas, exploring new exciting destinations, or to rediscover old favourites is what Britain’s Best Breaks is all about.

South Wawickshire Tourism
www.shakespeare-country.co.uk
Shakespeare Country is South Warwickshire. It embraces historic Warwick and Kenilworth, Royal Leamington Spa and Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon.
The site contains information on all the top visitor attractions in the locality including, of course, Sulgrave Manor!

Stratford On Avon District Hospitality Association
www.sdha-hospitality.co.uk
The Association was established in 1947 to represent the local accommodation providers and caterers with the objective of improving and enhancing the quality of services in and around the historic town of Stratford-upon-Avon.

Cotswold Tourist and Travel Information Guide
www.cotswolds.info
The world's largest and most comprehensive guide on the Internet for the unique Cotswolds region and surrounding English counties.



Associations

The Herb Society 
www.herbsociety.co.uk 
The Herb Society, headquartered at Sulgrave Manor, aims to increases the understanding, use and appreciation of herbs and their benefits to health.
The Herb Society brings together all those who are interested in herbs, from professional growers and herbalists to amateur enthusiasts. It has a growing international membership interested in the history, development and continuing use of herbs. The main work of the Society is the dissemination of information on herbs to its members.

The National Society of the Colonial Dames of America
www.nscda.org/

The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America is dedicated to furthering an appreciation of America's national heritage through historic preservation, patriotic service and educational projects.

In 1924 the NSCDA endowed the Manor in perpetuity and thus have been instrumental in the Manor's survival to this day.

Daughters of the American Revolution
http://www.dar.org/
A volunteer service organization dedicated to promoting American history and furthering children's education.

The George Washington Foundation
http://www.kenmore.org
Ferry Farm is where Washington lived from the age of 6 until he was 20. It was here that he learned the values and developed the character that would influence the rest of his life.

Kenmore was built in 1775 by Fielding Lewis and his wife, Betty, Washington's sister. This Georgian-style house contains some of the most elaborate decorative plasterwork to survive from Colonial times.

The Benjamin Franklin House
http://www.BenjaminFranklinHouse.org/
In the heart of London, the house where Benjamin Franklin lived between 1757 and 1775. The world's only remaining Franklin home.

Washington Old Hall
http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/washington-old-hall/
Manor house associated with the family of George Washington. The building incorporates parts of the medieval home of George Washington's direct ancestors and it is from here that the family took their surname of 'Washington'. 

Birthplace of George Washington
www.nps.gov/gewa/
Located in the Northern Neck of Virginia, 38 miles east of Fredericksburg on Virginia Route 3, George Washington Birthplace National Monument preserves the heart of Augustine Washington’s plantation, the 17th century homesite of the immigrant John Washington, and the Washington Family Burial Ground.


Information

Biography of George Washington
www.whitehouse.gov/history/presidents/gw1.html
From the official White House web site "On April 30, 1789, George Washington, standing on the balcony of Federal Hall on Wall Street in New York, took his oath of office as the first President of the United States."

Tudor History
www.tudorhistory.org/
The definitive source for all things Tudor. This is a "fan site" written by an individual, but if it doesn't have the information you are looking for, it knows another site that does!

HerbExpert 
http://www.herbexpert.co.uk/ 
HerbExpert was formed to offer a unique reference point on growing and cooking herbs. Tips on herb gardening, how to cook with herbs and some great recipes for you to try.

The Churches Conservation Trust
http://www.visitchurches.org.uk


Local Links


Bay Tree Cottage
http//www.btcworkshops.co.uk
Country Living Workshops in Northamptonshire
 
Forge 2 Gallery and Shop
http//www.forge2.org.uk
Bright and bustling gallery with a growing reputation, in the heart of the picturesque village of Culworth near Banbury.
 
MotivAction Conference & Events Direct
www.motivaction.co.uk
Continuously innovating and developing since 1987, The MotivAction Group provide for groups of 5 to 15,000 people, in-house and within budget! With 100 full time and 250 part time people all sharing the same vision, we deliver over 1000 times a year for over 300 clients. Our online directory provides a useful resource and guide to our in-house services, facilities and events and includes a comprehensive venue directory.

Pam Foley - Sculptor
www.pamfoley.co.uk
I am a figurative sculptor, using three-dimensional representations of the human form as well as bas-relief, to express my ideas and concerns. My work attempts to meld material with meaning, to continue a traditional engagement with narrative, and to make accessible some revelations about the human condition.

Weddings Suppliers and Information
www.hitched.co.uk

Disclaimer
Important note: Sulgrave Manor is not responsible for the content on any external site and the links above are not proof of endorsement of any particular sites.

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