The last century Cranberry Cottage where our story begun

 

Cranberry Cottage started life as a friendly small fronted gift shop within the stone built abode
of a property dating back many hundred years. Situated in a conservation area of historic importance.
Higham Ferrers High Street is a charming protected relic of yesteryear that is sure to delight visitors.

NEXT DOOR IS THE LARGE TWO STORY SHOWROOMS AND GALLERY OF

THE CRANBERRY HOUSE

FULL OF INTERIORS, LAMPS, CRAFT ITEMS AND OF COURSE THE "ANTIQUES ROOM"

Higham Ferrers is located on main A6 trunk road in East Northamptonshire, about 2 miles North of the busy town of Rushden

(see our map for directions). Cranberry Cottage is opposite the (now redundant) red brick Methodist Church at the High St pedestrian lights.

Higham is a magical place loved by visitors and residents. High Street & other parking is usually easy and without charge making it a popular shopping spot for visitors with so much history and many interesting small shops, including antiques & gifts why not book lunch at the Carriage House or coffee or Glass of wine at the Griffin or Queen Victoria or Green Dragon public house, all within short Stroll from the CRANBERRY HOUSE or treat yourself to a few hours of pampering in one of the many Beauty houses & hairdressers in the Town. Comfortable affordable accomodation is available at "The Old House" opposite the Market Square.

Higham Ferrers may be a small town but it has many wonderful examples of medieval architecture together with a good assortment of individually run small shops such as "Higham Antiques" for quality investment Antiques & collectibles. there is a good local Deli in town that we are pleased to recommend. The quality family Bakers as also Superb! You may EMAIL us for specific requests or personal recomendations of other businesses in Town.

First time visitors are often surprised at the vast choice.

Fascinating sights await the visitor to Higham Ferrers, being originally a home of Romans because of its strategic position on hillside land of the River Nene it was later fully taken advantage of by the Saxons. From homes of roman masters to home sites of web masters... the years have been kind to Higham Ferrers.

Higham Ferrers derives its name from Higham (a high hamlet or hill dwelling) and Ferrers from William De Ferrers (Earl Higham from 1247 to 1254). Higham Ferrers was the oldest Borough in Northamptonshire prior to the 1973 government boundary reorganization. It is steeped with history, charm and warm welcomes!

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The CRANBERRY HOUSE is always worth looking into at 30, High Street Higham Ferrers in same place for 15 years! www.CranberryCottage.co.uk

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Be sure to visit HIGHAM ANTIQUES on any visit to town - www.HighamAntiques.com

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THE CRANBERRY HOUSE 30 HIGH STREET. HIGHAM FERRERS. NN10 8BL

TELEPHONE 01933 319000

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