Welford Cottage

Welford Cottage is part of an exclusive barn conversion development, 3 miles from Stratford Upon Avon


Has an electric oven/hob, microwave, washing machine, dishwasher, toaster, kettle, cafetiere and undercounter fridge

Sun terrace and Garden

There is a private sun terrace with open access to the communal lawned gardens

Cosy lounge

Seats fours and has a flat screen HD TV with Freeview channels, DVD player, CD/Radio player, iPod iDock, free Wi-fi

Bedroom 1

With comfortable king-sized bed, bedside tables, built-in wardrobes and quality bedlinen

Bedroom 2

With comfortable double bed, bedside tables, large chest of drawers, built in wardrobes, HD TV with DVD player, space for a cot

Dining Area

Round glass topped dining table which seats four


The family bathroom upstairs has a vanity unit, full size bath and shower over the top


The kitchen has everything you need with a sprinkling of Emma Bridgewater

Peaceful countryside cottage

Welford Cottage is in a row of other pretty cottages on the development

Large communal lawn

French doors open out onto the private sun terrace and communal lawn

Bedroom 1

Antique bedroom chair

Pretty garden

Private sun terrace with open access to the communal lawn

Willicote Pastures in Autumn

Welford Cottage is available to let all year round and looks so pretty in Autumn


A little bit of Emma Bridgewater Dotty



You will be spoilt for choice as there are many good pubs and restaurants in Stratford Upon Avon town centre, but below is a small selection of our favourites:

  • The Vintner, Sheep Street – Superb restaurant with authentic period charm.
  • The Fourteas, Sheep Street – Period tea room, perfect for afternoon tea and cake, attentive service.
  • The Opposition Bistro, Sheep Street – Good food, great atmosphere. Try for pre-theatre meals.
  • No 9 Church Street  – Restaurant with superb service, atmosphere and food. Perfect for a romantic night out.
  • Box Brownie Coffee, Henley Street – A cracking little cafe and a must for real coffee lovers.
  • Il Moro, Greenhill Street – A little family-owner Italian restaurant. A hidden gem.
  • One Elm, Guild Street – Popular pub that also serves food. Good for Sunday lunch, but do book.
  • Old Thatch Tavern, Greenhill Street – Pub serving great beers and food.

To get the latest lowdown on all the restaurants in Stratford we do recommend you checkout the reviews on Tripadvisor.

For general information on Stratford’s attractions, local area and services try: