Fishing Breaks in Northamptonshire & the Nene Valley
The Queens Head Inn has a AA 4 star Inn rating and offers high quality, comfortable and affordable accommodation for fishing short breaks in a picturesque village of Nassington on the banks of the River Nene on the border of Northamptonshire & Cambridgeshire .
Fishing Breaks in Northamptonshire £89
1 nights accommodation for 2 people sharing a twin or double room, English breakfast
plus packed lunch for 2 people and fishing from our inlet on the River Nene
Single Occupancy £75
This special offer is subject to availability.
To make your booking please call 01780 784 006 or
A fishing break in Northamptonshire, whilst staying at the Queens Head Inn is ideal for complete beginners or well seasoned anglers. There are a number of fisheries in the area which sell day or longer passes and there are several lakes and rivers, including the River Nene
which we back onto too and which you can fish during your stay, and you can expect to catch carp, bream, pike, rudd & roach and more.
Just a short drive away you will find the delightful Bluebell fishing complex, Tansor near Oundle. With its 6 lakes and 2 miles fishing on the River Nene it is famous for large Carp and Pike. Tickets can be obtained from the Reception at the club. Tel 01832 226042 www.bluebell-lakes.co.uk
Another popular area just a couple of miles away is Sibson Fishery, Stibbington near Wansford famous for Carp and Course Fishing. Tickets sold directly by the fishery. Tel: 01780 782 621 www.sibsonfisheries.co.uk
Forgotten something? Sheltons Fishing Tackle Shop, Peterborough (Tel: 01733 565287) will be able to help. Stocking just about anything from rods, bait and hooks; and will be able to give you more information on the best places in the area to fish.
And at the end of a hard days fishing....
Our restaurant and pub is the perfect place to enjoy a pint of real ale or the place to put your feet up and enjoy a well earned drink at the end of the days fishing -
we know you like to tell the story about the one which got away........................