The town of Warwick offers visitors and
tourists the opportunity of exploring not only the architectural
gems of the medieval history but also those of the more recent past
and the modern vibrant life of the county town of Warwickshire.
Uplands House is a family home, built in the 19th century of golden Hornton stone. We are a well established Wolsey Lodge and our visitors are treated as house guests. We usually dine en famille and offer generous hospitality, pretty bedrooms, excellent food and the finest wines.
We go to great lengths to make your visit a memorable one, and hope you will return often. The house is set in a beautiful garden surrounded by the ancient parklands of Uplands Farm and Upton House.
We are close to Stratford upon Avon, Warwick, Banbury and Leamington Spa. At Uplands
our guests may enjoy all the peace and tranquility of the lovely Warwickshire countryside, while being close enough to explore the many towns, delightful villages and umpteen places of interests in the Cotswolds. Upton House with its wonderful collections of paintings and porcelain is just a stone's throw away, the National Herb Centre is only two miles, and Shakespeare's Stratford on Avon is but a short drive.
If you don't want to go anywhere, enjoy in the garden, play croquet on the lawn, or sit and watch the many species of birds with a peaceful backdrop of grazing sheep.
All room rates include full English breakfast.A four course dinner is £30 per person
Payment is by cheque, cash or credit card and we ask for a non returnable deposit of 50% of the first night's booking when the reservation is made.
Please note that Uplands House is a non-smoking establishment .
Posy and Graeme love to welcome guests to their home, which is a large house on the edge of the village with a beautiful garden and stunning views. Oxbourne House is spacious, full of character and furnished with antiques. The bedrooms are light and fresh, each with its own bathroom. There is a large sitting room in which guests can relax by the fire, with a welcoming cup of tea on arrival, or they can sit on the patio and enjoy the garden and hills beyond. There is a large area for parking in front of the house.
Apart from Stratford-on-Avon (15 mins) and Warwick (20 mins) being nearby, Oxford, Blenheim Castle, and the NEC are all within an hour's drive. Famous gardens and houses of interest, such as Hidcote, Kiftsgate, Snowshill Manor, Coughton Court, Upton House, Chastleton House, Farnborough Hall, Compton Verney, Kenilworth Castle, Charlecote Park, Packwood House, Ragley Hall, The National Herb Centre and the Heritage Motor Centre are all also within easy reach.
For those wishing for a little activity, there is an excellent hard tennis court in the garden or croquet on the lawn. There are also endless local footpaths to walk and you are very welcome to borrow the dog!
Breakfast is in the Dining Room and consists of orange juice, fresh fruit salad/compote, yoghurt and cereals followed by a full, English cooked breakfast. The eggs are free-range, the sausages home-made locally, our bacon comes from a local butcher and there are home-grown tomatoes in season. Posy also makes her own marmalade and jams and there is a large choice of teas and good quality coffee!
The following room rates include full English breakfast :-
Single Occupancy - from £40.
Double / Twin - from £60.
Family Room - from £85.00 .
Comfortable, quiet rooms with lovely views
Easy access to North Cotswolds, Stratford, Warwick and the surrounding attractions
Graeme and Posy McDonald Oxbourne House, Oxhill, Warwickshire, CV35 0RA
Situated close to historic Stratford-Upon-Avon
and the Cotswolds. The pleasure of staying at this delightful
part Tudor manor house is like that of visiting a private home.
It is ideal for a family or a group of 3/5 people. Grade
II listed, the Old Manor stands in over three acres of landscaped
gardens on the edge of the village of Halford midway between
historic Stratford Upon Avon and the beautiful Cotswolds.
The main part of the house was built in the 16th and 17th
centuries. It is partly timbered with the remainder in honey-coloured
Cotswold stone and is owned by William and Jane Pusey. Jane
is a Cordon Bleu cook and if anyone has dietary requirements
she will cater for them.
The manor's gardens slope gently down to the River Stour where
you may fish if you bring your own rods. There is also a hard
The Old Manor House is open all year, has full central heating,
with no smoking in bedrooms. Each bedroom is equipped with
TV's and hair driers and children of all ages are welcome.
Dinner can be provided by arrangement and there are excellent
local pubs and restaurants.
The house is just 10 minutes by car from Stratford-upon-Avon, a few minutes away from Shipston-on-Stour, 15 minutes from Chipping Campden, and 45 minutes from Cheltenham Racecourse.
Double Rooms from £85.00;
Single Occupancy from £55.00
Special Package Prices for minimum of
3 plus night stays
Old Manor House, Halford, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire,
to the peace and quiet of a country bed and breakfast close to Warwick, Stratford upon Avon (10 miles) and Royal Leamington Spa.Set in rural Warwickshire, Church Hill Farm offers quality accommodation within the heart of the delightful village of Lighthorne. All our rooms have ensuite bathroom, TV & hospitality tray, beamed ceilings, antique furniture and free and fast wifi. Prices include breakfast and onsite parking.
There are three spacious rooms in the house - two doubles and one twin.
The historic Cruck farmhouse is grade II listed, dating back to the 15th century. It has been a family home for hundreds of years and contains fine antique furniture.
Your stay includes a home-cooked breakfast using locally produced ingredients - the farm's free range chickens providing fresh eggs of course!
Church Hill Farm prides itself on giving guests personal attention and/or privacy as required.
TV & Hospitality Tray
Free & Fast WiFi
Free Onsite Car Parking
For a longer stay, or if you prefer self-catering, take a look at our suites on our website.
Double / Twin Room from £80.00; Single Occupancy from £50.00 (weekends £80 )
Family Room from £100 per night (contact for details)
Church Hill Farm
Warwickshire CV35 0AR
The village of Wilmcote is in the heart of Shakespeare Country just three
miles from Stratford-upon-Avon and eight miles from Warwick
Pear Tree Cottage Apartments are near the village green and looks across a paddock towards MARY ARDEN'S HOUSE, the home of Shakespeare's mother's family. Sharing a beautiful three-quarters of an acre garden The Apartments provide an oasis of calm away from bustling Stratford
The Apple Loft
This accommodation, for up to three people, consists of a large sitting room, a separate fully fitted dining kitchen, and a double bedroom with ensuite shower and WC. This bedroom can be made up with king-size or twin beds. An additional single bed is available in the same bedroom - if required. The apartment is at first floor level having a bright and airy aspect overlooking the gardens and adjoining paddock.
The Acanthus Cottage
The accommodation, for up to four people, has a spacious Living/Dining area with cosy chairs and a folding dining table for four. The modern fully-fitted kitchen has a breakfast bar. The two double bedrooms each have their own ensuite bathroom- with bath, shower and WC.
The whole apartment is at ground floor level.
Both Apartments have separate private entrances, are furnished to a high standard and have individual central heating temperature controls. Both have access to full laundry facilities. The shared extensive grounds have ample garden furniture in secluded corners for relaxing or eating, on sunny days.
Costs are all inclusive of linen, towels, gas and electricity.
Completely non-smoking and unsuitable for pets, we do welcome children over 3 years old.
Pear Tree Cottage Holiday Apartments, 7 Church Road, Wilmcote, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire. CV37 9UX
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