How To Find Us

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We are at the Northern end of Syresham village, on the road to Wappenham.

From the South: Take the A43 Brackley bypass from the M40, junc 10. Turn off after three miles signed Sulgrave Manor (brown), Syresham and Helmdon. After 100 yards turn right signposted Syresham, Biddlesden and Wappenham. After another 100 yards and just after a flashing 40 mph sign (no speed cameras!), turn left into the centre of the village. Turn left opposite a primary school and by a phone kiosk, signposted Wappenham, Astwell and the Church. Proceed for 0.6 of a mile, staying on the Wappenham Road, and The Priory is the last house on the right after a slight incline and just before the derestriction sign. There are twin oak gates, a large yard with barns and the name is on the gate.

From the North: Take the A43 and after the Green Man pub (2m south of Silverstone), take the slip road signed to Biddlesden and Syresham. Right at top of hill over the A43 dual carriageway and right then left by a tall pine tree. Follow Abbey Road past the Kings Head pub to the Primary School, turn right by the phone kiosk, signposted Wappenham, Astwell and the Church. Proceed for 0.6 of a mile, staying on the Wappenham Road, and The Priory is the last house on the right after a slight incline and just before the derestriction sign. There are twin oak gates, a large yard with barns and the name is on the gate.

From Banbury and the M40: Exit at Junc 11 and take A422 signed Brackley, then B4525 signed Northampton at roundabout at top of hill 1 mile from M40.
Proceed along this road for nine miles, until just before you join the A43, there is a turning to the left for Syresham. Just after a flashing 40 mph sign (no speed cameras!), turn left into the centre of the village. Turn left opposite a primary school and by a phone kiosk, signposted Wappenham, Astwell and the Church. Proceed for 0.6 of a mile, staying on the Wappenham Road, and The Priory is the last house on the right after a slight incline and just before the derestriction sign. There are twin oak gates, a large yard with barns and the name is on the gate.