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Willow Corner

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David and Liz welcome you to Willow Corner,a charming 300 year old thatched cottage in the quiet rural hamlet of Armscote, situated on the northern edge of the Cotswolds and only 15 minutes from Stratford on Avon. Many original features are maintained, such as the flagstone flooring, low beamed ceilings and the pretty cottage garden. The luxury bedrooms all have comfortable double or twin beds, ensuite shower rooms, digital TV, hairdryers and tea or coffee making facilities. For breakfast, there is a choice of fresh fruit,cereal, fruit juices and home baked bread as well as a traditional full English breakfast, served in the main lounge with its magnificent inglenook fireplace. Excellent evening meals in pleasant surroundings can be had at several highly rated pubs nearby, including the Fox and Goose Inn,just a short stroll through the village. Whether you are exploring the Cotswolds, seeing Shakespeare's birthplace or just having a relaxing long weekend, we know you will enjoy your stay at Willow Corner.


Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3

Price per Room:

Double: From 65
Twin: From 65
Single: From 55 - Single occupancy
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Children Welcome - Over 5
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