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Canons Ashby, Northamptonshire - I a property of the National Trust. by John Cornforth

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Published by Country Life in London .
Written in English


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Offprint from:Country Life, April 9, 1981.

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Open LibraryOL17507682M

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Hotels near Canons Ashby: ( mi) Crockwell Farm ( mi) Love2Yurt ( mi) Brackley Oaks Guest House ( mi) Fawsley Hall Hotel & Spa ( mi) Hanwell House; View all /5(). Canons Ashby House is a Grade I listed Elizabethan manor house located in the village of Canons Ashby, about 11 miles ( km) south of the town of Daventry in the county of Northamptonshire, has been owned by the National Trust since when the house was close to collapse and the gardens had turned into a meadow. " The Tower" of the building is in the care of the Landmark Architectural style(s): Elizabethan. Canons Ashby is a gem of an Elizabethan manor house in peaceful Northamptonshire countryside. The manor was built using stone from a medieval Augustinian priory that was dissolved by Henry VIII and has been the home of the Dryden family for over 4 centuries. The priory was established around Hotels near Canons Ashby: ( km) Crockwell Farm ( km) Love2Yurt ( km) Brackley Oaks Guest House ( km) Fawsley Hall Hotel & Spa ( km) Hanwell House; View all hotels near Canons Ashby on Tripadvisor/5().

National Trust Northamptonshire: Canons Ashby. The Book Room. Canons Ashby house was the ancestral home of the Dryden family from when it was built in about until it was handed to the National Trust in By that time the house and gardens were fairly derelict. The lost village of Canons Ashby is located in ground to the north of Canons Ashby House in the English county of there is still a small village around the house but this is located away from the original settlement, since the original settlement is now just field occupied by a herd of y: England. Canons Ashby - National Trust. K likes. Canons Ashby is an historic house surrounded by ancient parkland and lovingly restored formal gardens, home to the Dryden family since the 16th century/5(). Location: Canons Ashby, Northamptonshire. Sat Nav: NN11 3SD. Type: Two well stocked estate lakes offering fishing for a variety of species in the Dryden Estate. Day Tickets: Available on the bank. Cost: £ for a day. Concessionary discounts are also available. Night Fishing: N/A. Species: Specimen Carp / Crucian Carp / Perch / Roach / Tench.

  We learned that Canons Ashby was the ancestral home of the Drydens (the poet’s family), who had lived here since the 17th century, but who now lived in Africa. As the sun warmed the Northamptonshire stone and and brought out colours ranging from raspberry to apricot in the brickwork, the place looked magical. Canons Ashby, Northamptonshire (National Trust Guidebooks) This book is in good or better condition. It has no tears to the pages and no pages will be missing from the book. The spine of the book is still in great condition and the front cover is generally unmarked. Canons Ashby is fourteen miles south-west of Northampton, on the Northampton-Banbury Road. It was the home of the Dryden family and is now owned by the National Trust. The burials are in/near the priory church at Canons Ashby. Canons Ashby is fourteen miles south-west of Northampton, on the Northampton-Banbury on: Daventry District, Northamptonshire, . Daventry Tourism; Daventry Hotels; Daventry Bed and Breakfast; Daventry Vacation Rentals; Daventry Vacation Packages; Flights to Daventry; Daventry Restaurants/5().