Sonias Great Barford Bake Days - Making Marmalade
One of Alistair Sawdays Special Places to stay Sue welcomes you into her spacious home which offers restored period quality and comfort throughout. It is Ideal for the businessman or visitor looking for a quiet village retreat with very convenient access to Road, Rail & Air networks from London and Birmingham.
There are 3 unique en-suite Double/Twin bedrooms with quality beds, beautiful linen and soft fluffy towels. Relax after a long day in lounge areas beside open log fires or in the walled garden beside the pond.
Sue serves a Continental Buffet Breakfast. Handmade Breads, Marmalades & Jams,Cheese & Parma Ham, Baked & Fresh Fruits, Pancakes & Pastries and daily specialities to accompany Fairtrade Teas & Espresso Coffee. The choice of a traditional cooked English breakfast is an optional extra.
Barford is ideally situated to explore Warwickshire and the Cotswold. Close to the the Heart of England’s leisure attractions and business centres, Warwick is only 3 miles Stratford upon Avon and the Royal Shakespeare Theatre 6 miles away with good local pubs and restaurants in the village and en-route.
From Junction 15 on the M40 take the A429 to Sherbourne,Wellesbourne and Stow. Take the first left turn to Barford. Cross the old bridge and the mini roundabout and Machado is 50 yards on the left hand side.
By Public Transport
Trains from Birmingham International Airport & London to Warwick and Leamington Spa. Bus 18X to Barford from either station at hourly intervals until 20.00hrs
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