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County - Warwickshire | Map
Tel code: 01789 | code search
Postcode: B95 | code search
Population: 1670
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The small village of Aston Cantlow is set amidst the rolling countryside of Warwickshire south of Redditch with relatively good access to the M5 and the M40. The village architecture mixes relatively modern properties with a number of perfectly maintained and well cared for Tudor timber framed houses. Cantlow was briefly home to William Shakespeare’s mother, Mary Arden who in 1557 married John Shakespeare, it is believed that the marriage was in the church of St John the Baptist, however shortly after their marriage they moved to Stratford on Avon. The church, St John the Baptist, is still there today, its chancel dating back to the 13th century although it is believed that the present site of the church was that formerly of a Saxon site. Aston Cantlow though remains very much a village today, it is probably best known for the architectural gems that delight at every corner, there is the Guild Hall of which part used to be the village jail, opposite is the Kings Head –a 15th century Tudor pub that today boasts some of the best food in the area (as well as a good pint!). In the heart of Warwickshire and more importantly in the Heart of England the village of Aston Cantlow is the quintessential English village.

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West Lodge Hotel (0.18 miles)

West Lodge Hotel
West Lodge is a Victorian Lodge House providing Three Star accommodation in a relaxing atmosphere (Award from Visit Britain/Tourist Board). The hotel has a reputation for exceptional quality in all areas but in particular for ... More | visit website
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Innkeeper's Lodge Aylesbury (East) (0.29 miles)

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** ALL OUR RATES INCLUDE COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BUFFET BREAKFAST ** Only three miles east of Aylesbury, this lodge is adjacent to The Bell village pub & restaurant. ... More | visit website
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Innkeepers Lodge (1.57 miles)

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Premier Inn Tring (1.68 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the M25. Local attractions include Whipsnade Zoo, RAF Halton, Pendley Manor and the Ridgeway Walk. For shops and local amenities Aylesbury town centre is only 1 mile away. Our Tring ... More | visit website
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Holiday Inn Aylesbury (1.87 miles)

Holiday Inn Aylesbury

The stylish Holiday Inn Aylesbury hotel is the perfect base for visiting Silverstone race track, Whipsnade Zoo, Stoke Mandeville Stadium, RAF Halton and the Roald Dahl museum.

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The Queens Head (2.49 miles)

The Queens Head
The Queen's Head is a family friendly pub located in the centre of the village of Long Marston which is approximately three miles from the A41 and six miles from the M1 at Dunstable. We ... More | visit website
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Red Lion Wendover (2.73 miles)

Red Lion Wendover

The Red Lion is a traditional 16th Century coaching inn steeped in history and tradition which gracefully combines ‘olde world’ charms with a modern look and feel. Situated on the High Street in the town ... More | visit website

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Olympic Lodge Hotel (3.13 miles)

Olympic Lodge Hotel

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When the working day is done, Stoke Mandeville Stadium provides the perfect environment to unwind, where our guests can stay in comfort at low prices and best value. No other ... More

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Broad Leys (3.23 miles)

Broad Leys
Located on the outskirts of Aylesbury town centre, The Broad Leys bar and restaurant offers you an air conditioned haven from the hustle and bustle of busy town life or hectic office days.

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Rangers Cottage (3.76 miles)

Rangers Cottage

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Set high in the Chiltern Hills, in a designated 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty', Rangers Cottage has lovely views over open countryside and Woodland Trust land. The house was built ... More

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