This two-bedroom Grade 2 listed cottage sits amidst a pretty Victorian terrace within the Old Town Conservation Area of the Warwickshire market town of Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare.
It boasts stylish and sumptuous accommodation for four, and sits within a superb location for exploring this wonderful town and all that surrounds it.
A delightful 5 minute walk to the centre, either through tranquil Old Town or along the beautiful River Avon towards the Royal Shakespeare Theatre - it's ideal for families or friends seeking a getaway.
After a tiring day of exploring the quaint streets of Stratford-upon-Avon, step into the property and flop down on the enticing sofa, and relax streaming your favourite TV programmes and films, a perfect end to the day.
The sitting room then leads into a cosy dining room from which stairs lead up to the first floor.
You will find a stylish and modern kitchen, excellently equipped with high-quality appliances,; its galley-style layout leads down into a wonderful second seating area looking out onto the garden.
The property's two bedrooms rest on the bright and airy first floor; with a king size bedroom, a double bedroom and a glistening, white shower room.
To the back of the property, find a serene, enclosed garden with decking and a well-kept lawn.
A short and enjoyable stroll leads you into the heart of fascinating Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare’s birthplace and final resting place;i ts streets are lined with historic buildings hosting an eclectic range of restaurants, pubs, cafés and more.
Be sure to take a trip to Warwick and its castle, also the striking Georgian town of Royal Leamington Spa with its superb architecture.
Lovers of walking and cycling can also reach the Cotswolds AONB with ease.
Discover the wonders of this fabulous area from this inviting terraced cottage.
About the location
Warwick 9 miles; Royal Leamington Spa 12 miles.
Stratford-upon-Avon is steeped in history and culture and is set in the beautiful Warwickshire countryside, on the banks of the River Avon. The birthplace of William Shakespeare, Stratford is a popular tourist destination, featuring the world renowned Royal Shakespeare Company. Experience Olde England by visiting Shakespeare’s birthplace and other houses connected to his family. Open all year round, these fascinating buildings boast 16th century furnishings and beautiful grounds and gardens, allowing you to get a feel for Tudor life. The magnificent River Avon is bordered by landscaped parks and offers an array of activities including cruises, rowing and motorboat rides. Alternatively, visit the local National Trust properties, before sampling Stratford’s excellent restaurants and bars. Within easy reach of Warwick and the Cotswold villages of Stow-on-the-Wold and Moreton-in-Marsh, this is a perfect holiday destination all year round.