History comes alive when booking a discount hotel in Brackley, Northamptonshire. The first draft of the Magna Carta was produced in Brackley in 1215. This market town played an important part in the wool and lace trades. At the centre of town the market still exists, with impressive Georgian buildings and impressive tree-lined avenues. Brackley Antiques Cellar can boast more than 160 dealers, and visitors can spend a pleasant time just browsing or picking up a bargain. Around the town are Brackley’s specialist and traditional shops.
There are many varied outdoor activities on offer when staying at a budget hotel in Brackley, Northamptonshire. St James Lake is a great attraction for fishing enthusiasts, with its three-acre lake stocked with many kinds of freshwater fish. Brackley is convenient for the canal network and a visit to the Waterways Museum at Stoke Bruerne will delight and enthuse both adults and children. The surrounding countryside is a delight to explore with many countryside, river or canalside walks to enjoy, while taking in the unspoilt scenery.