Down a tree lined private drive, in glorious farmland, this cottage has slate floors, beams and spiral stairs.
- Wood-burning stove - initial fuel inc, thereafter avail locally
- Oil CH (underfloor on ground floor)
- Cot and h/chair on request
- Parking (for 2 cars, additional on request)
- Elec, bed linen and towels inc
- Digital TV
- Communal grass
- Terrace with furniture
- Cycle store
- No smoking
- Couples and family bookings only
- Ground floor facilities
> Set in glorious farmland down a tree-lined drive close to Shakespeare’s River Avon, these delightful adjoining properties, Cressida ref NMA, and Troilus ref NMB, have been restored by a professional architect designer to offer a holiday retreat for all seasons. The interiors have been converted in a contemporary manner whilst retaining their original charm, including their attractive exposed beams.
Cressida (NMA) is ideal for a family holiday as it has a double and twin bedroom. It has a beamed open plan living/dining/kitchen area with patio doors to the terrace. The double bedroom has a kingsize bed and there is also a twin bedroom, ideal for the kids! Troilus (NMB) is larger and has retained its character with a beamed open plan living/dining area and a modern kitchen. A mix of old and new throughout, the spacious conversion has 2 double bedrooms and 1 twin. Ideal for families or a group of friends wishing for a relaxing break. Light and airy, the views from the terrace stretch across the owner’s fields and give it a real secluded feel. Perfect for a few drinks in the evening! Both properties can be booked individually or together for larger groups and, as they are only 2 miles from the M40, they can be reached easily from the north or south making them ideal for family holidays or reunions.
Both have terraces which have views across the owner’s fields and an abundance of local wildlife, such as the friendly sheep, rabbits, hares, buzzards and monkjack to name a few. If you love getting close to nature this is the ideal place for you. Beautiful walks from the barns and cycling (adjacent Cycle Way 41). Not far from the local amenities, you can also explore the sights of nearby Warwick, Stratford-upon-Avon, Royal Leamington Spa, Kenilworth and Coventry (City of Culture 2021). All have a variety of excellent restaurants, interesting specialist shopping, museums and sights such as Warwick Castle and Shakespeare’s houses. There are 10 National Trust properties and the National Motor Museum at Gaydon, all within a 45-minute drive. The National Exhibition Centre (NEC) holds a huge variety of exhibitions and events. If you are exhibitors, this is a perfect place to stay as the NEC is only 30 minutes’ down the motorway. Warwick Parkway railway station is 4.5 miles to take the train to London, 80 minutes, and Birmingham, 23 minutes. Golf, tennis and riding available locally. Shops 3.5 miles, pub 2.5 miles. Show more