Northamptonshire Airbnbs to try a stay in 2022

January is often the time of year to book vacations and plan for the year ahead.

However, this is proving difficult for people in Northamptonshire as covid travel restrictions continue to be imposed around the world.

There are now more than 40 countries with travel restrictions in place for UK visitors, and these levels of uncertainty can make holiday booking a bit of a nightmare.

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That’s why 2022 could be another year for the staycation – a vacation in the UK, or even in your own county.

The rose counties are growing in popularity as a holiday destination, with rolling countryside, pretty villages and landscapes teeming with wildlife and history.

Northamptonshire has so much to offer tourists and also benefits from being very accessible via rail links or major roads like the M1 or A14.

Airbnb offers many brilliant stays in the county, from luxury lodges to village cottages.

Whether you’re looking for a relaxing holiday in a cozy village or an action-packed week with watersports and historic sites, there’s something for everyone in Northamptonshire.

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Here are five of our favorites.

1. The Loft, near Clipston



The Loft is near Clipston
The Loft is near Clipston

This beautiful waterfront retreat has enough room for six people in two bedrooms.

The magnificent building is located close to the village of Clipston in West Northamptonshire, about ten minutes from Market Harborough.

It is a converted stable in the ground of an old farmhouse, and was converted only three years ago, making everything state of the art and almost new.



It was converted in 2019
It was converted in 2019

The kitchen is fully equipped, there is a strong Wi-Fi signal, air conditioning and games to play if you come with a group.

A balcony and huge bay windows offer impressive views of the surrounding countryside, including the pond next to which the stables are located.

Nearby attractions include Naseby, one of the country’s most famous battlefields, and Sulby Reservoir and Welford, ideal for walking.



The house can accommodate six people
The house can accommodate six people

The Loft is available for a minimum stay of two nights, at prices from around £390 per night.

Take a look here.



This beautiful family cottage has stunning views of the Northamptonshire countryside

2. Allerton House, Isham



Allerton House is a superb large period property
Allerton House is a superb large period property

If you’re looking for something for a larger group and with plenty of space, look no further.

This period property sleeps eight people and has all the perks of a large country home and more, including a hot tub and swimming pool.

Seven reception rooms service this property which is equipped with a TV, gym, pool table, large gardens and of course the all-important swimming pool.



The house has an amazing pool and hot tub
The house has an amazing pool and hot tub

If you were hoping to get away to the Mediterranean, Caribbean or another hot resort this year, but couldn’t due to covid, this could be a great local alternative.

At £380 per night, this home is available all year round.

The house is in Isham, which is a lovely village just outside Burton Latimer.



The house has stunning period features
The house has stunning period features

Nearby there are plenty of walks in the Nene Valley to explore, as well as the lakes of Stanwick, Althorp House and Castle Ashby all close by.

You can take a closer look around the property here.

3. Watermill Cottage, Ringstead



There is an amazing view of the water
There is an amazing view of the water

If there aren’t many of you then this cottage in Ringstead, not far from Raunds, could be a great option.

With stunning views of the River Nene from the balcony, this is a great option if you want to see the Northamptonshire countryside in all its glory.

Ringstead itself is a historic village with lots to explore, and this Airbnb is in the village’s 14th century watermill.



The stay is in Ringstead, on the banks of the River Nene
The stay is in Ringstead, on the banks of the River Nene

There are two bedrooms, a large open kitchen and a living room and a large bathroom in this house.

Below the living room is a tea room, perfect for a good cup of coffee in the morning or a slice of cake as a snack.

Exposed beams make this living room comfortable yet spacious, and the bedroom has a dramatic vaulted ceiling.



The room has beautiful beams
The room has beautiful beams

This holiday is a bargain at prices from around £95 depending on what time of year you want to go, with a minimum stay of three nights.

Take a closer look here.

4. Barn conversion, Caldecott



The Caldecott Barn is a luxury getaway
The Caldecott Barn is a luxury getaway

Another for a large group, this stunning converted barn sleeps 11 and oozes luxury.

A state of the art wood burning stove, flat screen televisions and a hot tub with countryside views to die for.

Spread over two floors, this recently converted barn is a beautiful modern space with hints of the building’s history sprinkled throughout.



There is a private patio and hot tub
There is a private patio and hot tub

There are four bedrooms and a stunning open plan kitchen and living area with folding doors making the most of this barn’s location.

Set on a farm, anyone staying can stroll through the grounds and explore the east Northamptonshire landscape which is the setting for this house.

Caldecott is a beautiful village not far from Corby, with easy access to local attractions like Rockingham or Rutland.



The barn has been beautifully converted
The barn has been beautifully converted

This barn is available for stays of five nights minimum, with prices from around £575 per night.

Take a look here.

5. The Old Shop, King’s Cliffe



This house in King's Cliffe was once a store
This house in King’s Cliffe was once a store

Yet another offering from stunning East Northamptonshire is this charming old shop in King’s Cliffe.

The building dates from 1830 and was originally the village store, but is now a stunning period property that can sleep up to eight people.

There is plenty of parking space if you are traveling from afar, and if you are bringing a car then Rutland Water, Oundle and other local attractions are a short drive away.



The living room is comfortable and has a superb fireplace
The living room is comfortable and has a superb fireplace

This historic house has been lovingly renovated to make the most of the stunning period features, such as the old fireplace and stone work.

A pretty cottage garden makes this the quintessential English house to come and visit for a stay.

In practical terms, there’s Wi-Fi, pets are allowed, and there’s a large TV with plenty of streaming services if the weather doesn’t serve the commodity.



The large kitchen is ideal for a large group
The large kitchen is ideal for a large group

This home has plenty of availability throughout 2022 and at a two night minimum, prices are in the range of £238 per night.

Take a look around this wonderful home here.

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