This charming 1920's terraced cottage is situated in the historic town of Stratford Upon Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare and home to The Royal Shakespeare Theatre.
This light, bright homely cottage provides quality accommodation ideal for a holiday with families and friends or a romantic theatre break.
On the ground floor is a spacious kitchen, equipped with everything needed for the chef of the party to provide lovely meals which can be enjoyed around the dining table.
The sitting area is ideal for relaxing after a day exploring the area.
Sit and enjoy a drink in the sun room catching up with friends on the day's activities.
Head up to the first floor to the three charming bedrooms.
Period furniture and crisp white bed linen together with feature fireplaces add to the charm of the cottage.
The enclosed garden provides a lawn, patio and furniture ideal for those pleasant summer evenings.
A short stroll takes you to the centre of Stratford Upon Avon where you can enjoy fine dining, a river boat trip, take in a Shakespeare play or sit and watch the world go by.
Further afield are the beautiful Cotswold towns, medieval Warwick with it's magnificent Castle, sample chocolate at Cadbury world or spend a day exploring one of the many National Trust Properties.
You are certain to return to this endearing holiday cottage.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size, 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, hand held shower, shower over bath and basin. Separate WC. Ground floor WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and wall mounted electric fire. Sun room with seating for 4.
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.