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A little about The Cromwell Cottage

Whether you stop by for a refreshing pint in the sun or a delicious three-course meal, The Cromwell Cottage has all of the amenities necessary to meet your dining requirements.

Serving up a delicious array of tasty dishes, every single day of the week, all of the menus available at this premium pub, bar, and restaurant have been expertly developed to ensure that they can accommodate a wide range of tastes and appetites.

The perfect retreat from the demands of everyday life, The Cromwell Cottage is renowned throughout the area and beyond for being a pub for people with great taste.

A little about The Cromwell Cottage
Relax at The Cromwell Cottage

Perfect for any occasion

Located in the village of Kislingbury in Northamptonshire, The Cromwell Cottage is approximately four miles to the west of Northampton town centre.

The closest railway station is Northampton Rail Station, which is just a ten-minute drive from The Cromwell Cottage.

If you’re driving, Kislingbury is close to junctions 15A and 16 of the M1 London to Yorkshire motorway. The A4500 main road also runs just north of the village.

We are also a child friendly establishment, so please feel free to bring your little ones along. Offering the perfect environment for quality family time, they will absolutely love tucking into our dedicated children’s menu.

Plenty of car parking is also available.

Join us and enjoy our magnificent interiors and a fabulous outdoor dining space that’s perfect for alfresco dining.

Keeping Busy in Kislingbury

Situated in the beautiful village of Kislingbury, just four miles outside of Northampton town centre, The Cromwell Cottage offers the perfect balance of rolling countryside and vibrant town life.

If you love nothing more than getting out in the great outdoors, you’ll find plenty of spaces to walk in and explore in the area. Abington Park, Northampton’s oldest and most popular park, is home to the Abington Park Museum, play areas, a medieval village, two lakes, and lots of wide-open spaces.

Coton Manor Garden is a ten acre garden occupying a hillside position around the 17th century Coton Manor. With beautiful gardens, streams, fountains, and ponds, as well as a magical five acre bluebell wood, there’s plenty here for the whole family to explore.

Other attractions in the area include Althorp House, Northampton Museum & Gallery, Delapre Abbey, Rookery Open Farm, Icarus Falconry and the Royal & Derngate Theatre.

A little about The Cromwell Cottage