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This boutique guesthouse is 200 metres from Stratford-Upon-Avon Racecourse and 15-minutes' walk from the historic town centre.
It offers luxuriously fitted rooms with large bathrooms homemade breakfasts and free Wi-Fi.The individually designed bedrooms at the 5-star White Sails all feature air-conditioning and flat-screen TVs. Rooms have mini-bars and fridges with a supply of fresh milk. The feature bathrooms have walk-in showers bathrobes and some have free standing baths.
The breakfast menu uses local Warwickshire produce and offers cooked English and continental options. Freshly made muesli breads and cakes are also on the menu.
The White Sails guesthouse has a comfortable lounge where guests can enjoy complimentary sherry. Original artwork from around the world decorate the Sails. There is also a large garden area.The town centre is home to the RSC and The Courtyard and Mecure Theatres. Stratford-Upon-Avon Train Station is one mile from the guesthouse.
Recent awards include 5* rating from Visit Britain together with both a Gold and Breakfast Award in December 2013, TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2011-2013, The Good Hotel Guide 2010-2014, Michelin Guide 2010-2014, Frommer's 2012 and the Lonely Planet Guide 2012-2010
By road: Take the B439 from Stratford-upon-Avon town centre towards Evesham.Immediately after the junction with Hathaway Lane the house stands back on the left. By public transport: From the Stratford train station head towards the town centre at the first juction with the traffic lights. Turn right and keep going in that direction following instructions as by road.
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