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Just nestling alongside the River Avon in north Warwickshire, south of Bidford on Avon and with views across the river and Bidford Grange golf club is the village of Barton. This village may not have any great history to boast about, there are a few Tudor buildings in the area and most certainly the local pub is worthy of mention however for all of its unassuming nature this is one of the most peaceful places to visit and to enjoy the countryside. A stroll along the canal could lead you to Bidford on Avon or you may just prefer to sit and enjoy the surroundings. It is ideally located in the heart of Shakespeare country and for this reason Barton is an ideal base from which to explore the surrounding area. Stratford on Avon, Warwick Castle and a number of National Trust properties are located in the surrounding area.

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Fosbroke House (0.68 miles)

Fosbroke House

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This elegant Georgian house is set within the picturesque riverside village of Bidford on Avon, just a few miles from Shakepeare's Stratford-upon-Avon.
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Buckle House (0.90 miles)

Buckle House
Buckle House is a large, contemporary country home, about ten minutes' drive from Stratford upon Avon. The property is in a rural location set within one acre of landscaped gardens with lawns, colourful flowers and ... More | visit website
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Broom Hall Inn (1.58 miles)

Broom Hall Inn
The Broom Hall Inn is a sixteenth century building of great historic interest. Set in a rural location away from main roads yet within easy reach of Stratford-upon-Avon; Evesham; Warwick and close to the Cotswolds; ... More | visit website
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Salford Hall Hotel (2.46 miles)

Salford Hall Hotel

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Nestled amid tranquil gardens, this romantic Tudor manor is ideally located in Shakespeare country, within easy reach of Henley-in-Arden, historic Kenilworth, Warwick Castle and the ... More

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Salford Hall (2.52 miles)

Salford Hall

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Nestled amid tranquil gardens, this romantic Tudor manor is ideally located in Shakespeare country, within easy reach of Henley-in-Arden, historic Kenilworth, Warwick Castle and the Cotswolds.

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Peace Haven Holiday Lets (2.73 miles)

Peace Haven Holiday Lets

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Peace Haven is situated on the outskirts of Honeybourne, the doorstep to the Cotswolds. We invite you to sample the hospitality of the region in seven, luxuriously appointed, self-catering cottages.
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Queens Head (2.96 miles)

Queens Head
This traditional Inn offers excellent value Bed & Breakfast accommodation combined with a welcoming bar and home cooked food. Located close to the River Avon, The Queens Head Inn enjoys a quiet village location in ... More
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Blue Boar Inn (3.06 miles)

Blue Boar Inn
With comfortable, well-equipped accommodation, traditional charm and attractive original features, the Blue Boar represents the best of an old English country pub, where traditional values and atmosphere still survive. The oldest parts of the ... More | visit website
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The Blue Boar (3.06 miles)

The Blue Boar

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Kevin and Carol are proud to have taken over The Blue Boar Inn at the begining of the year. They are striving to maintain and improve the fantastic reputation ... More

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Arrow Mill Hotel (3.47 miles)

Arrow Mill Hotel

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Arrow Mill is a 3 star property located in the heart of rural Warwickshire, positioned directly oposite Ragley Hall, close to Junction 15 of the M40 and nearby Stratford upon ... More

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