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Larkrise Cottage

Larkrise Cottage -

Address

Upper Billesley
Stratford-upon-Avon
CV37 9RA

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Tel : +44 01789 268618

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Prices

Double En Suite
£31.00 - £31.00
Per person per night breakfast included

Twin with Private Bathroom
£31.00 - £31.00
Per person per night breakfast included

Single with Private Bathroom
£40.00 - £40.00
Per person per night breakfast included

Single en suite
£40.00 - £40.00
Per person per night breakfast included

Larkrise Cottage is set in the beautiful countryside surrounding Stratford-upon-Avon.

We are conveniently located only 3 miles from the town centre and it is an ideal base for those who wish to explore the world of William Shakespeare. Mary Arden’s house, once the home of Shakespeare’s mother, is within a 15-minute pleasant walk or a bus ride.

This venue makes an ideal stop-over for those visiting the theatre, also appealing to walkers or cyclists. Nearby are many fine old country pubs offering home cooking and real ales.

You wake up to beautiful views of the sunrise over the Avon valley and the rolling Cotswold hills. Enjoy a full traditional English breakfast with our own free range eggs and local produce. Other diets can be catered for on request.

This old gamekeeper’s cottage offers a tranquil retreat, away from the bustle of suburban life, with excellent linking roads to Warwick, Kenilworth, Leamington Spa and other towns of the Midlands. Key events at Stoneleigh’s Royal Showground and Birmingham’s NIA and NEC are easily reached via motorway.

4 Stars - Bed & Breakfast

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By Road

From M40 junction 15 - A46 - 9 miles towards Stratford - at third roundabout, turn into Stratford on A422 - Travel 200 metres - Opposite Murco garage, turn left - Up the Ridgeway for 2 miles - At T junction, turn left - B&B Larkrise Cottage 200 metres on right.

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Larkrise Cottage facilities include:

  • Cater for vegetarians
  • On site parking
  • Central heating throughout
  • Highchair

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