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Whitchurch Farm

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A family farmhouse bed and breakfast started in the early eighties by Mrs Joan James and now run by her son and daughter-in-law, William & Elizabeth. We look forward to welcoming you and your family to Whitchurch Farm. Children are welcome to make friends with our pets and to enjoy the freedom the countryside can offer. This historic house has been in the family for over 100 years. Whitchurch Farm lies just 5 miles south of Stratford-upon-Avon and on the very edge of the Cotswolds making an ideal base from which to explore South Warwickshire and the North Cotswolds. Please note the house is totally Non-Smoking.

Whitchurch Farm has 2 Double Bedrooms and 2 Family/Twin Rooms all en-suite, and fully centrally heated. Each room is fully equipped with:- televisions, mini fridge complete with fresh milk and soft drinks, tea & coffee making facilities, hairdryers, clock/radios and even magazines. In fact everything you need to make your stay relaxing and comfortable.

We offer at your disposal a guest sitting room complete with log burner, separate dining room, garden and plenty of off road parking. There are a selection of pets you can befriend including Mango the Dog, Serren the horse and of course our guinea pigs.

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Ratings/Awards: ETC 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 4
Number Ensuite: 4
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