Maxwell's Piece B&B
Recently fully renovated, our home has two generous and comfortable en-suite double bedrooms, both with separate roomy shower and large bath, with King and Super King size beds. Each room has a dressing table and mirror, and full length mirror. A digital (totally silent) fridge is provided for your use, which will contain bottled water and 'real' milk in a jug. Clock alarm radios are provided, together with USB charging points and an i-pod/phone dock.
Our spacious and comfortable house is a home-from-home providing TV with Freeview and On-Demand, FREE Wi-Fi, tea/coffee and larger than average comfy beds.
To set you up for the day ahead, breakfast, with traditional full English (or variant), is served in our dining room with a choice of cereals, fruit juice, home-made bread and Muesli.
We use locally sourced ingredients wherever possible.
In summer, we can serve your breakfast outside on the terrace.
We are located just outside Moreton-in-Marsh, in the North Cotswolds, (about 1.5 miles from the railway station), a great location for exploring the Cotswolds, Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick and Kenilworth Castles or Oxford.
You will find many attractions listed on our website, and we have literature/maps for you to look at here. Moreton in Marsh is famed for it's local market. We offer packaged breaks which include admission at some of our local attractions. We can arrange hairdressing/facials/manicure/pedicure during your stay, or why not take advantage of our romantic break, including champagne, chocolates and flowers?
Steam railway enthusiast? GWR railways are local. Paintballing? Cycling? Walking? Talk to us and we can help/arrange.
Nearby you’ll find a great selection of pubs and restaurants.
We are accredited by Visit England and are members of Cotswold Tourism
We take debit and credit cards (small surcharge).
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This page was last updated: 28 January 2014