Standing back off the road at the top of the village, the Bulls Head, is a 19th century former farmhouse is in a rural setting amongst the rolling Northants countryside.
There are several drinking areas on different levels, with an open fireplace in the bar, and a separate restaurant serving local produce home cooked meals.
Their menu is a reflection of their belief that it is possible to serve high quality, classic food at affordable prices. The straight forward menu is a welcome return to fresh food prepared & presented to perfection.
This is the ideal place for ramblers, cyclists and anglers to stop for a break. Just over two miles from the A14 it is the ideal place to stop over night in the eight bedrooms with en-suite facilities.
The Bull’s Head is recommended by English Tourist Board for walkers and cyclists and has been awarded a 3 star rating. Each room has an en-suite bathroom or shower room along with TV, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities.
A Beerfest is held every August Bank Holiday weekend with about 30 beers and cider on offer.