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Westham Country House
Westham Lane
Warwick
Warwickshire

CV35 8DP | View map

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Located in the heart of Warwickshire set in 5 acres of grounds Westham Country House is ideally placed to explore the surrounding historic area. Built in 1877 originally a hunting lodge now tastefully modernised but retaining a quiet relaxed country house atmosphere with log fires in the winter and in the summer french windows open onto the lawn. Westham Country House first achieved a Silver Award status from VisitBritain in 2004 and retains the same high standards today.Full English breakfast is included in both standard and superior rooms and is served in the panelled Dining Room using local produce and homemade marmalade. The large elegant Lounge has an Honesty Bar to help you relax and unwind in style. The Royal Shakespeare Theatre ,Stratford on Avon, is a short drive away making Westham Country House a perfect location to enjoy a Theatre Break . Warwick Castle with their famous Medieval Banquets is within 3 miles easy drive.For a Special Occasion we offer a free bottle of Bubbly on a stay of 2 nights and a 10% discount on a 3+ night stay. A warm and friendly welcome always awaits you.

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