The Bridge Hotel
Thrapston, Northamptonshire, England
15 Rooms Prices from £43.00
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About The Bridge Hotel
Set in the ancient market town of Thrapston in the heart of Northamptonshire, The Bridge Hotel offers a warm and friendly welcome, and features old oak beams, log fires and period furniture. There is free parking on site. See below for recommended towns and attractions near The Bridge Hotel.
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The Bridge Hotel Postcode: NN14 4JP
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Did you know? The first dinosaur bone was discovered in a limestone quarry at Cornwell village, near Chipping Norton in 1676. It was analysed by Robert Plot at the University of Oxford, who concluded it to be a thigh bone of one of the giant humans mentioned in the Bible. It has since been identified as belonging to a Megalosaurus.
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Relevant: Chipping Norton
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