Stoke Bruerne


No.4 Canalside

Brief Details

Sleeps: Up to 2 people

Rates: £300-500 per week and £210 for short breaks (minimum 2 nights) See Prices

Nearest Facilities: 0 kms (see more About Stoke Bruerne)

Access: Nearest airports are Luton, East Midlands and Birmingham (50 mins). Nearest railway stations are Northampton or Milton Keynes.

Car Parking: Space for 1 car at the rear of the property.

Changeover Day: Friday (Short breaks possible,  please ask)

Notes: No Smoking. Well behaved pets are welcome.

No. 4 Canalside provides comfortable accommodation for 2 people in a property of enormous character over three levels.


The farmhouse style kitchen is situated at towpath level and is fully equipped to a high standard with a range style electric cooker.


A small winding staircase leads to the living room on the first floor. Furnished with a small settee and two armchairs.


The shower room is off the living room with a power shower, washbasin and wc.


Up a further staircase is the bedroom with exposed roof beams.


In the basement is a washing machine and tumble drier for visitors' use.


All rooms, except the shower room, have views over the canal.


Bed linen, bath and hand towels, tea towels and electricity are included in the rates. Heating throughout the property is by slimline electric storage radiators.

Cottage Description

Audio/Visual: Colour TV, DVD player.

Standard: Washing machine, tumble drier, range style elecric cooker, fridge/freezer & microwave.


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There has been a settlement at Stoke Bruerne since ancient times and it was first mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1066. Today it is a charming and picturesque Northamptonshire village totally transformed by the arrival of the Grand Union Canal in the early 19th Century. Apart from its rich  waterway heritage, Stoke Bruerne contains many stone and thatched cottages including this charming terrace of four attractive millworkers cottages originally built to house workers at the adjoining steam powered corn mill, which closed in 1913.


Nos. 3 and 4 Canalside are now available as comfortable self-catering holiday accomodation.


The corn mill was converted in 1963 and is now home to The Canal Museum.


The village also includes two pubs (The Boat Inn and The Navigation), two restaurants (Woodwards and Spice of Bruerne) and two gift shops.


Two trip boats (Indian Chief and Charlie) offer cruises on the canal to the two hundred year old Blisworth Tunnel and return.