Price: £1920.00 - £2715.00 per break
A beautiful spacious Georgian Town House dating back to the mid 1400s awaits you in the centre of Alcester’s conservation area. Enjoy a journey through time; with inglenook fireplaces, elegant furnishings, beamed ceilings and wooden flooring throughout. This property offers a charming place to stay with all the modern amenities that you would expect in a current holiday setting.
Enjoy the peaceful tranquillity of a walled garden which finally leads directly to the River Arrow and the countryside beyond or simply relax in the courtyard garden.
A great property for couples, families and groups; whether you are getting away or getting together; taking a leisurely break; celebrating an event or want an informal business setting
Ground floor: Entrance hall;
Dining Room: Elegant dining room table
Sitting Room: Flat screen TV, DVD,
Kitchen: Fully fitted kitchen; washing machine, dishwasher, electric oven and grill, gas hob, microwave, fridge; small breakfast table, glazed doors to patio, leading in turn to a long walled garden to the River Arrow.
Bathroom: Bath/shower, bidet, WC and washbasin.
Bedrooms: Two large double bedrooms, one with kingsize bed, WC and wash hand basin and one with seating area, two large twin bedrooms.
Bathroom: with WC, bath and washbasin, two shower rooms
Bedrooms: Two large double bedrooms, one with kingsize bed; two twin bedrooms, one with bathroom, WC bath/shower and wash hand basin.
Bathroom: Bath/shower w.c. bidet and washbasin.
Superbly located for access to a whole range of local amenities, activities and attractions set in beautiful countryside. Alcester itself is a lovely Roman town with plenty of shops, restaurants and pubs as well as the historic church dating back to 1400 directly facing Dorset House.
A great base for the exploration of Stratford-upon-Avon and its Shakespearian heritage which is only a short drive away. A host of national trust properties, notable country houses and historic sites are all easily accessible and include Ragely Hall, Coughton Court and Warwick Castle.
A little further afield the famous Cotswold villages and the vibrant leisure capital of Central England, Birmingham and the National Exhibition Centre.
Suitable for someone with a walking disability, but with the ability to climb stairs to the first floor. Not suitable for a wheelchair user.Check Availability & Prices