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Rushton Hall is a stunning Grade I Listed 4 red star Hotel situated in the Northamptonshire countryside. The Hotel's Stable Yard Spa is available to residents. The Spa offers beauty treatments and has a pool, sauna, steam room, gym and hot tub as well as a wonderfully relaxing Café. The Hotel offers different types of rooms from comfortable Classic Rooms to luxurious Four Poster Bedrooms. Lunch and dinner are available in the 1593 Brasserie, afternoon tea is served in the Great Hall. For a memorable dinner experience, our 3 Rosette Tresham Restaurant is open between 7pm and 9pm Tuesday to Saturday.
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We visited here for a friends wedding and what a splendid place Rushton is. Not only was the hotel jaw-dropping but all of those working made every effort to make our stay as great as possible.
A big thank-you must go to Maddy or Maggie...More
Pleasant staff, very clean, stunning building and beautiful surroundings. Reason for 3 star only review ......I booked a state room for my partners surprise birthday gift and bonfire event. I told them over the phone it was his birthday and I had arranged a surprise...More
Booked Spa Day with my niece. Upon arrival we wanted to book extra treatments young lad on desk said everything booked no availability for anything. (We had been year before and there was no problem booking treatments). Our day consisted of just lying round pool...More
Booked in for the weekend to enable us to attend the Firework Gala Dinner and what a great weekend.. The meal which was served to 130 diners was of the highest quality and standard and was only beaten by the display of fireworks which rained...More