Oundle is a gem of a little town. It has some remarkable streetscapes and divine vernacular buildings dating from the medieval and post medieval period.
It has the feel of a university town with the grand architectural additions to the boarding school which is prominent in the town. The school has been governed by the Worshipful Company of Grocers of the City of London since its foundation in 1556.
St. Peter's dominates the town with its spire and is principally C13th with later alterations.
Thursday is market day and there is plenty of parking off East Road beyond the Joan Strong Centre - good for camper vans.