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Ashgrove House

Ashgrove House -


37 Grove Road
CV37 6PB

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Family en suite
£60.00 - £71.50
Per Room per night, breakfast included

Flexible en suite
£60.00 - £71.50
Per Room per night, breakfast included

Double with Bathroom
£60.00 - £71.50
Per Room per night, breakfast included

Family with Shared Bathroom
£60.00 - £66.00
Per Room per night, breakfast included

Single with Shared Bathroom
£60.00 - £66.00
Per Room per night, breakfast included

Iain and Diane are the owners of Ashgrove House and would like to offer you a warm and hearty welcome. It is a family run guest house in the heart of Shakespeare country less than 5 minutes walk from Stratford-upon-Avon town centre and all the amenities. The Shakespeare Theatre can be seen from the front door of Ashgrove House and again is only a few minutes walk door to door.

It is a traditional English 4 star rated guest house with en-suite facilities where attention to detail, care and customer hospitality are of the utmost importance to Iain and Diane.

Ashgrove House provides a full English breakfast freshly cooked daily or at the request of guests can provide various other choices to flatter the alternative discerning palate.

We welcome guests from all walks of life and are able to cater for groups, schools and the discerning business traveller, we will do our utmost to please all our guests and should anyone have any problems or questions then we will be only too pleased to try and help.

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By Road

By Road: From the M40 Junction 15, follow A46 until the 3rd roundabout, then left onto the A3400. At the 2nd set of traffic lights, turn right onto Arden Street A4390. Through set of traffic lights, straight ahaead in Grove Road, 400 metres on the right, opposite the Firs Garden is Ashgrove House.

From Stratford train station, follow sign for Town Centre. At traffic lights, turn right into Grove Road. 400 metres on the right, opposite the Firs Garden is Ashgrove House.

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Ashgrove House facilities include:

  • Highchair
  • Wireless/internet access
  • Cater for vegetarians
  • On site parking
  • Accept coach parties
  • Central heating throughout
  • Ironing facilities
  • Number of shared bathrooms
  • Cot

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