The Brampton Halt (Chapel Brampton) Reviews
Newest Review: ... for five (four at best) was appropriately squashed up and hidden away behind the alcove near the kitchen door with the rest of those cheapskates who were there only there for the budget deal, the deal in question being a free bottle of 'plonk' with every two £10 main course meals you order, hard to turn down in recession. It was, of course, the old trick of serving you a ropey main course sandwiched between more exquisite-and expensive-starters and sweets, making profit back on those extras and additional booze you order, a single glass of wine thereafter costing more than a parking ticket you would have got if you had eaten in Northampton t... more
Customer The Brampton Halt (Chapel Brampton) Reviews (3)
by - written on 05/10/10 (Very useful, 91 readings)
Type - Gastro Pub Location - Northampton Meal Cost - Cheap Meal Type - Basic Beer - Expensive Parking - Excellent Ambience - OK Kid's areas - Good ----------------------- The Brampton Halt is in Princes Diana country, a big chunky country pub in a well-healed area on the fringe of Northampton not two miles from where the Princess is buried at Althorpe House, this place set up perfectly for wining and dining the tourists who flocked to that stately home after the Princess's death, the elderly and the female of the species (with designated male driver) clustering around the noisy tables night and day, its target lunchtime ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/06/09 (Very useful, 124 readings)
The Brampton Halt is located just outside Northampton in the small village of Chapel Brampton, it is situated right next to the steam railway which makes it a very popular venue especially in the summer and on a number of occasions that we have been there parking ca be an issue even though they have an overspill parking area. It would clasify itself as a bistro pub however it also has a local feel to it and many a time we have been there just for a drink rather than eating as it has a nice buoyant atmosphere and you do not get any chavs or power drinkers in the place so it is quite friendly and welcoming. Especially in the summer where then you can take ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/06/09 (Very useful, 191 readings)
Ever since we moved to Northamptonshire nearly 5 years ago, we've struggled to find good places to eat. Recently we had had a bumper success rate, finding not one but two great restaurants that we hadn't tried before. The excuse for such an excess of consumption was the visit of some friends and the embarrassingly empty state of the fridge. Faced with either a trip to the supermarket or testing some new restaurants we decided to support the local economy and have a bit of a splurge. Saturday saw me checking the internet to get the contact details of one of the most popular venues in our area - a converted railway stationmaster's house which now goes by the ... Read the complete review
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