How to Book Self-Catering Accommodation in Silverstone
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Do you need self-catering accommodation in Silverstone? At Briary Cottages, we have eight single-storey cottages at Iletts Farm in the peaceful village of Radstone, within easy reach of Silverstone in Northamptonshire. The property is also surrounded by beautiful woodland and is the ideal location for walks and morning runs.

Why Choose Briary Cottages?

If you are planning a visit to Silverstone or other parts of Northamptonshire, we can offer you the perfect accommodation at Briary Cottages. Whether you are coming for the British Grand Prix, a vacation or something work-related, we are confident that you will enjoy your stay with us. All of our cottages are surrounded by nature and are fully equipped with everything you need in the modern world. In addition, the self-catering accommodation experience is one of the reasons why our guests keep on returning year after year.

Are you looking for accommodation in Silverstone? We have eight cottages that are ideal for a weekend or extended stay. They all come with a dining room, bedroom, living area and fully equipped kitchen with the added bonus of the charm and beauty of a countryside farm setting.

One-bedroom cottage option (up to two guests)

Each of these cottages offers the following features:

Bedrooms and Bathrooms

  • One double-sized bed with an en-suite wet room
  • Sink unit with a touchscreen bathroom mirror and integrated shaver point
  • Towel rail (graphite-heated)

Kitchen

  • Dining table (two chairs)
  • Coffee machine
  • Ceramic hob
  • Electric oven
  • Fridge freezer
  • Washing machine
  • Sockets with integrated USB points

Living Area

  • Spacious open-plan kitchen, dining and living area
  • Furniture, including a sofa (three-seater)
  • Tall drawer unit
  • Coffee tables

Entertainment

  • Wi-Fi broadband 
  • Smart TV (Freeview)
  • Sockets (including USB points)

The Old Diary Cottage features the same amenities but offers a more spacious king-sized bed.

    Two-bedroom cottage option (up to four guests)

    Briary Cottages

    Each of these cottages offers the following features:

    Bedrooms and Bathrooms

    • One king-sized bed
    • Twin beds or a zip & link super king-sized bed
    • Smart TV in every bedroom (Freeview)
    • The bathroom has a power shower over a large bath
    • Towel rails (graphite-heated)

    Kitchen

    • Ceramic hob
    • Coffee machine
    • Dining table (four chairs)
    • Electric oven
    • Microwave
    • Fridge freezer
    • Dishwasher
    • Washing machine
    • Sockets (integrated with USB points)

    Living Area

    • Large open-plan kitchen, dining and living area
    • Furniture, including a sofa (three-seater) and two armchairs
    • Coffee table
    • Bookcase

    Entertainment

    • Wi-Fi broadband
    • Smart TV (Freeview and Netflix)
    • Sockets (with USB points)

    Maple Cottage has a dedicated parking space for easy wheelchair access. The first bedroom also features a Doc M Pack accessible en-suite wet room.

      living room in one of the Briary Cottages

      Three-bedroom cottage option (up to six guests)

      Pepper Cottage is our largest self-catering accommodation in Silverstone. It has wheelchair accessibility and offers the following amenities:

      Bedroom and Bathrooms

      • First bedroom 
        • Twin beds or a zip & link super king-sized bed
        • En-suite wet room including a toilet with Doc M Pack specification
      • Second bedroom 
        • One king-sized bed
        • En-suite wet room with a shower and bath
      • Third bedroom 
        • One double bed
        • En-suite wet room with a shower
      • Each bedroom has a Smart TV (Freeview)

      Kitchen

      • Ceramic hob
      • Electric oven
      • Microwave
      • Dishwasher
      • Washing machine
      • Fridge freezer
      • Coffee machine
      • Dining table (six chairs)
      • Socket (integrated USB points)

      Living Area

      • Spacious open-plan kitchen, dining and living area
      • Furniture, including two sofas (three-seater) and two armchairs
      • Dresser unit
      • Cupboard
      • Coffee tables

      Entertainment

      • Wi-Fi broadband 
      • Smart TV (Freeview and Netflix option)

      Our onsite facility includes the following amenities:

      • Exclusive electric gate access
      • Car charging point
      • Landscaped gardens that are ideal for barbeques and drinks
      • Beautiful countryside on your doorstep where you can walk/run through the scenic woodland
      • Regular weekly cleaning

      How to book with us

       

      If you require self-catering accommodation in the Silverstone area, you can make your reservation here at Briary Cottages via phone or email. We will also happily recommend the most suitable cottage for you on the basis of your specific needs.   

       

      Local attractions in Silverstone 

      Many people spend their weekends and holidays in Silverstone due to its main attractions, the F1 and MotoGP racing circuits. Silverstone often hosts the British Grand Prix and due to our close proximity (only 6.5 miles or 10 minutes away by car), we can accommodate numerous guests over this weekend. You will also have the opportunity of fulfilling your childhood dreams by driving the supercar or motorcycle of your choice at this world-famous venue. 

      Besides the Silverstone racetrack, the area has lots of other attractions worth visiting, particularly the Stowe Landscape Gardens:

      • Bell Gate – Lord Cobham began its construction in 1717 to accommodate visitors to Stowe.
      • Captain Cook’s Monument – This structure was built to honour Captain James Cook, widely acknowledged as the first person to voyage around the world in both directions.  
      • Corinthian Arch – Designed in 1764 and completed in 1767, the Corinthian Arch appears as a serene structure in a landscape painting.   
      • Doric Arch – This monument was erected in 1767 to honour Princess Amelia, the second daughter of King George II and sister of King George III. The princess was a frequent visitor to Stowe as she was a close friend of Lady Temple.  
      • Fane of Pastoral Poetry – Its original name is Gibb’s Building in honour of its architect (James Gibb).
      • Gothic Temple – Built in 1741, this is James Gibb’s final piece of work in the Stowe Garden. It was initially called the Temple of Liberty. 
      • Hermitage – The architect William Kent built the Hermitage at the same time as the Temple of Venus. Experts consider it to be an experimental work in a romantic style.   
      • Palladian Bridge – James Gibb directed the completion of this bridge in 1738. It is one of three identical-looking bridges built at that time. 
      • Queen’s Temple – This building was initially known as the Lady’s Temple, presumably in honour of Lady Cobham. The structure was built on a vaulted basement and opened from front to back. 
      • Temple of Ancient Virtue – William Kent designed this monument and it was completed in 1734. The architect patterned it after the Temple of Vesta. However, the structure uses the Ionic order rather than the Corinthian.   
      • Temple of British Worthies – Kent designed this monument in 1734 and it contains 16 busts of famous British historical figures. The busts are divided into two groups: the first includes philosophers, poets and scientists, while the second comprises monarchs, statesmen and military men.
      • Temple of Concord and Victory – Construction began in 1747. Initially called the Grecian Temple, it was renamed the Temple of Concord and Victory in 1763 to celebrate the British victory in the Seven Years’ War.    
      • Temple of Friendship – Designed by James Gibb, construction began in approximately 1737. Although a 19th-century fire destroyed the building, it continues to draw visitors. Many describe it as a romantic ruin.    
      • Stoke Bruerne Canal Centre – Located in an old village in South Northamptonshire, this attraction is popular among locals. It incorporates the Waterways Museum, a pub and a café. 

      These Silverstone attractions and more are all within easy reach of Briary Cottages. If you are interested in visiting any of these sites, make your reservations now and give us a call or send us an email.