Visit Earls Barton and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Earls Barton, Northamptonshire. There is one main feature of this large village which justifies a visit, for its Church of AU Saints has an outstanding Anglo-Saxon tower, one of the finest in England. Built of plaster, it is in four stages with pilaster strips from the ground to the belfry, round arches in the second stage, pointed arches in the third, and narrow window openings in the belfry. On the first floor are doorways which are inaccessible. There is a Norman entrance door on which are carved animal faces, and almost every century up to the 19th is represented. The clock is dated 1655. The chancel screen, of the 15th century, is striking, and by it stands the Jacobean pulpit.
To the North, beyond the churchyard wall, is a mound which marks the site of the old castle.
Adjacent cities/towns/villages: Boughton, Bozeat, Brixworth, Burton Latimer, Carlton, Castle Ashby, Chellington, Cogenhoe, Collingtree, Courteenhall, Dallington, Denton, Earls Barton, Farndish, Faxton, Finedon, Great Addington, Great Billing, Great Doddington, Great Houghton, Grendon, Hackleton, Hannington, Hardingstone, Harrold, Higham Ferrers, Holcot, Horton, Irchester, Irthlingborough, Isham, Kingsthorpe, Lamport, Moulton, Northampton, Odell, Olney, Orlingbury, Overstone, Pitsford, Podington, Pytchley, Roade, Rushden, Strixton, Sywell, Turvey, Walgrave, Wellingborough, Weston Favell, Whiston, Wilby, Wollaston, Wymington, Yardley Hastings
Have you decided to visit Earls Barton or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Earls Barton bed and breakfast (a Earls Barton B&B or Earls Barton b and b)
- a Earls Barton guesthouse
- a Earls Barton hotel (or motel)
- a Earls Barton self-catering establishment, or
- other Earls Barton accommodation