Price: £1189.00 - £1999.00 per break
A beautiful property, with contemporary styling in the heart of Shakespeare's County and just 1.5 miles from the centre of Stratford-Upon-Avon, Shakespeare's birthplace. This tastefully decorated property offers six bedrooms, two with ensuite facilities, a large communal sitting room with French windows leading to a charming patio area.
This superior 18th century barn conversion is situated in the village of Shottery, Stratford-upon Avon. A historic village, Shottery enjoys a peaceful setting in the rolling Warwickshire countryside and is home to Anne Hathaway's cottage, a popular destination for all exploring Englands Shakesperian Heritage. The village boasts many black and white thatched cottages has a popular restaurant and a welcoming inn serving real ales and delicious food.
Within easy reach Shakespeare's Stratford, a bustling town on the banks of the River Avon and home to the world famous Royal Shakespeare Theatre, a plethora of quaint shops and restaurants set amongst striking architecture and riverside walks.
Ground Floor: Entrance doorway
Ground Floor Bedrooms: Two double bedrooms
Kitchen: Fully fitted kitchen, electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer
Sitting Room: A tasteful selection of sofas and seating creating a lovely relaxing communal area with colour tv, DVD, radio/CD player, WiFi Broadband access and French doors to patio area.
A small library of DVDs and books is available
Dining Room: Large dining table and chairs
Utility Area: Washing machine and dishwasher.
Cloakroom: With wc and wash hand basin
Stairs leading to First Floor:
Bedrooms: Two twin bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, one twin bedroom, one double bedroom
Outside: Lawned garden and patio area with BBQ with jacuzzi hot tub
Stratford Upon Avon provides a superb base to enjoy a wide range of leisure facilities to provide an exciting and memorable holiday.
For those who wish to explore further, Warwickshire is a beautiful County boasting the bustling town of Warwick and the enchanting Warwick Castle. The National Trust House at Charlecote Park with its graceful gardens, intriguing maze and Capability Brown Deer Park is definitely worth a visit. Alternatively a visit to Warickshire Racecourse is bound to provide an exciting day.
Further afield Warwickshire borders Worcestershire and Gloucestershire providing access to the world famous Cotswolds region and the beautiful chocolate box villages just 12 miles from your holiday location.
Holiday makers can find a wide range of walks out in the lovely countryside and a wide range of activities to enjoy throughout this County and the Central Counties more generally.