B and Bs in Stratford-upon-Avon

Loxley Guest House
Stratford road


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4 STAR SILVER AWARD:Bed and Breakfasts in Stratford Upon Avon may be plentiful but Loxley Guest House has been recognised for its exceptional quality, service and hospitality by being one of the few accommodation providers to be awarded the Visit Britain Silver Award.Loxley Guest House is located just a short hop from the centre of Stratford in the picturesque village of Loxley with its excellent village pub The Fox which is just a short stroll away ,and renowned locally for its quality ales, speciality seafood and fish dishes and traditional dishes.Loxley Guest House has recently undergone complete renovation whilst retaining many original features and charm and offers guests modern contemporary accommodation ,allowing guests to relax and unwind in this rural yet centrally located spot very close to Stratford and within 15 minutes of Warwick Castle. All rooms are are ensuite complete with luxury Spa Therapy toiletries, LCD flat screen, Egyptian cotton towels and wireless Broadband Intrenet access.Breakfast is a real treat and not to be missed, including fresh eggs from our own hens, Gloucester Old Spot Pork Sausages and home cured bacon all sourced locally. Parking is to the rear of the property and is secure.If you are looking for somewhere special to stay that offers a personal and friendly service and is centrally located to the Cotswolds, Warwick Castle and Stratford, away from the hustle and bustle of the congested towns then we would be delighted to accommodate you.

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