Map of Burghley House




Burghley House
Burghley house is the largest and grandest of the first Elizabethan Age. Built and mostly designed by William Cecil, Lord High Treasurer of England, between 1565 and 1587, the house is a family home for his descendants to this day. [more...]


Directions
90 miles north of London, close to the A1, one mile east of Stamford on the B1443 and is clearly signposted from every direction.

What's near Burghley House

Attractions:
  Nene Valley Railway  6 Miles
  Prebendal Manor House  6 Miles
  Barnsdale Gardens  8 Miles
 
Towns:
  Stamford  1 Mile
  Uffington  2 Miles
  Thornhaugh  3 Miles
more towns near Burghley House...
 
Bed and Breakfast:
  Lodge View bed and breakfast  1 Mile
  Barn Lodge  5 Miles
  High Leys Farm  6 Miles
 
Self Catering:
  The Lodge at Ketton Park  4 Miles
  Candlelight Cottage  5 Miles
  Primrose Hall  5 Miles
more self catering near Burghley House...
 
Campsites:
  Yarwell Mill  5 Miles
  Testing Boris and Einstein Campsites  21 Miles
  Walnut Lakes Lodges and Camping Park  23 Miles
TIC: Banbury Tourist Information Centre     Tel: 01295 259855  52 Miles


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