This beautifully presented 16th Century, first floor apartment is situated in the heart of Stratford-upon-Avon.
Ideally suited to couples, this Grade II listed apartment is for those looking to explore the Tudor architecture, landscaped parks and quality shops based in a lovely region of Warwickshire.
Step through the communal entrance, straight from the main street, and head up a plush set of stairs.
Here you will come to a dining area, with a roof lantern overhead streaming in plenty of natural light, so you can enjoy your breakfast under blue skies.
The parquet wood flooring creates a decorative effect across the interior.
Utilise the kitchen morning through to evening as you wish; the pale green base and wall units look lovely against the white walls.
Modern fixtures and fittings serve to make your break ever so easy, whilst the compact bathroom has been cleverly designed to make good use of the space.
A rainfall shower head sits over the bath, with a heated towel rail resting adjacent, and a free standing washbasin is set in one corner of the room.
Exposed beams and original mullion windows uplift the sitting room, creating a cosy place to curl up with your loved one in the evenings.
Although there is no garden, close by are the Bancroft Gardens nestled on the River Avon, adjacent to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.
Enjoy sunny days in the wide grass lawns with the backdrop of the river, with an array of statues and flower beds to admire.
The River Avon offers an array of activities including cruises, rowing and motorboat rides.
Warwick is just 9 miles away with further shopping, timber-framed buildings and castle, whilst The Cotwolds is also within easy reach.
This delightful bolthole provides a secret escape to a fascinating town in England.