With a delightful setting overlooking attractive fields , Woodford Meadows boasts a picturesque village location with a host of great facilities on its doorstep.
Woodford Halse enjoys an enviable rural setting, yet lies in close proximity to Northampton, Milton Keynes and Oxford, allowing residents to enjoy the benefits of both countryside and city life.
Woodford Halse is a popular and vibrant village with plenty of day-to-day amenities available nearby, including a choice of shops and supermarkets, a post office, a library and a pharmacy, while regular social events include Annual Christmas Fair and Summer Boat Races.
Just over 6 miles away lies Daventry town centre which has regular bus services running to and from the village. The town centre offers a fantastic range of shopping, leisure and entertainment opportunities. The Heart of the Shires shopping village features an exclusive collection of individual shops and boutiques, from elegant tea rooms to stunning gift shops.
A little further from home, the vibrant shopping hub of Northampton features a wide array of department stores and high street retailers, as well as a theatre, cinemas and a variety of places to eat and drink.
Motorsport fans will appreciate the close proximity of the Silverstone Circuit, while the vast open spaces of Daventry Country Park and the surrounding Northamptonshire countryside provide plenty of opportunities for relaxing days out.
Less than four miles away, Canons Ashby offers visitors the chance to experience life as it would have been in 1837, with a tranquil manor house set in beautifully kept 18th century gardens, as well as a tea-room and a gift shop.
For education, the Woodford Halse COE Primary School can be found in the village, while secondary age pupils are well catered for in nearby Daventry.
Woodford Meadows is within easy access of both the M1 and the M40 for convenient links to Birmingham, London and the north. Northampton lies within easy reach of Woodford Meadows, while Banbury railway station is also nearby, providing regular services to Birmingham, Manchester, London and Oxford.
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