Welcome to the Priory

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The Priory, Syresham is one of the oldest houses in the Village, with 15th century origins and later Georgian additions. It is spacious and quiet, being right on the edge of the village on the road to Wappenham. Suitable for anyone looking for bed and breakfast in Brackley, it is three miles north of the town just off the A43. It is also seven miles south of Towcester for those seeking bed and breakfast Towcester. Our close proximity to the circuit (three miles) makes us also very suitable for those seeking bed and breakfast Silverstone.

The village has a shop and pub within ten minutes’ walking distance and has won Village of the Year Northamptonshire an unprecedented three times (2008-2010). Inside guests will pass 15th century stone arches from Luffield Abbey, (dissolved in the Reformation) whose site is now covered by Silverstone Circuit. These give The Priory a Grade II Listing.

Breakfast is taken in the old dining room which has thick ships’ timbers dating back to the Napoleonic Wars. Public rooms are decorated with flowers, portraits and period furniture. We have a high proportion of returning guests who come back for the quiet, dog friendly atmosphere and the AGA-cooked full English breakfast with free range eggs laid by the Priory hens.