Romeo Cottage is a lovely detached open plan charming cottage barn with traditional high vaulted beam ceiling. It has a spacious open plan ground floor living area complete with fitted kitchen & appliances, dining area with large table and 6 chairs, lounge section seating area with LCD Freeview TV with French doors opening onto a patio garden with paved and grass area and also a large luxury Hot Tub. Fitted white bathroom with corner shower, toilet & sink. Free unlimited Wi-Fi provided.
Outside is a large private luxury Hot Tub.
First floor mezzanine cottage bedroom: 6ft luxury super king size bed the cottage has a wealth of exposed natural beams & a quaint charming bedroom area complete with bedroom units. The first floor is carpeted. This superking bed can also be made as 2 singles.
Downstairs sleeping area partially screened off with twin beds. Lounge Area has a Sofa Bed, Romeo has everything a beautiful cottage should have including magnificent countryside views, this is a quaint cottage barn in natural surroundings with the added bonus of only being 5 minutes’ drive from the main town of Stratford-upon-Avon. The beauty of the countryside with the facilities of the town, perfect!
Also from Romeo’s terrace complete with garden patio furniture. The cottage comes complete with free view TV, free Wi-Fi connection, new gas central heating system, electric hob & oven, crockery, cutlery & utensils. Dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, fridge, freezer, toaster, iron & ironing board. Hot water, central heating plus duvets with linen & towels are also provided.
Romeo is a beautiful cottage situated in a perfect location for visiting Stratford-upon-Avon and many local attractions. Romeo is within easy reach of Stratford-upon-Avon & Warwick and the historic market town of Henley-in-Arden, easy access to the motorway network. A select private cottage development. Set in the private grounds of Arden Hill Farm in an elevated position overlooking extensive and stunning countryside, with views extending as far as the Malvern Hills. Just 3 miles north of Stratford and close to several Shakespeare sites, including Mary Arden’s house, 1 mile, and the world renowned RSC.
In Stratford itself guided bus tours take visitors around the town, and boat trips on the river are popular for sightseeing. Golf, horse riding and gliding are all available locally. A visit to the historic county town of Warwick should not be missed with its magnificent medieval castle, and Kenilworth Castle is only a few miles further.