Call it a 'B&B', 'Bed and Breakfast' or a 'Guesthouse' but the truth is, if you want to stay in Stratford upon Avon all you really need is a comfortable room and a good hearty breakfast.
That's where Avonlea comes into its' own: Just five minutes easy walking from the centre of Stratford, the world famous Royal Shakespeare Theatre (R.S.C) and countless restaurants, this late Victorian townhouse is deceptively large - meaning each of the en-suite bedrooms offers plenty of space for you to unwind and relax after a busy day exploring Stratford's many attractions.
Just leave your car on the private car park for the duration of your stay and lose yourself in Shakespeare country.
However, what really sets Avonlea apart is owners Rob and Clare's flair for hospitality: It's in their blood - Rob is the son of award winning hoteliers (English Tourist Board Hotel of the Year runners up among many other awards) and after attending catering college they met while earning their spurs at one of Lancashire's finest Michelin starred hotels and restaurant. They will make you feel welcome and relaxed, you will be impressed by their high standards of housekeeping, their attention to detail... and the quality of Rob's breakfasts.
Avonlea Guesthouse won't go over the top with room descriptions: Suffice to say that we have 8 rooms that offer great value for money.
Although we don't condone swinging cats, our bedrooms provide plenty of room for you and your belongings. Beds are wonderfully comfortable with pocket sprung mattresses and sheets are crisply laundered. En-suite bathrooms are sparklingly clean and you'll have lashings of hot water flowing through your shower.
When it comes to breakfast, Rob and Clare are both foodies (a life spent in Michelin restaurants helps) so ingredients are carefully selected and cooked to showcase the very best local produce.
Avonlea Guesthouse has 8 rooms in total all bar one of our single rooms is en-suite. This room has a private bathroom across the landing for your sole use.
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This page was last updated: 14 December 2011