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Bed & Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in Alcester
Alcester is 8 miles from Stratford-upon-Avon. In Roman times Alcester was an important  town, standing as it did on the junction of the Ryknild Street Roman road and the ancient Salt Way to Droitwich. Today, you can follow the Heritage Trail to see a number of well preserved Tudor and Georgian buildings in the town.
The Old Barn Walcote Manor Farm, Walcote, Alcester B49 6LY 
Roebuck Inn Birmingham Road, Alcester B49 5EG
The Globe Hotel 54 Birmingham Road, Alcester B49 5EG
Bed &  Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in Alderminster
Alderminster is a small village on the River Stour, 5 miles from Shipston-on-Stour and 6 miles from Stratford-upon-Avon. It retains some 17th century half-timbered cottages, together with two fine 18th century brick tithe barns and a 17th century vicarage
Alderminster Farm Alderminster, Stratford-Upon-Avon CV37 8BP
Bed & Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in Armscote
Armscote is a small village, close to the Fosse Way, 3 miles from Shipston-on-Stour and 7 miles from Stratford-upon-Avon. The village has a fine Jacobean Manor House and several 17th century stone cottages . The Friends Meeting House was constructed c.1680. 
The Fox & Goose Inn Armscote, Stratford-Upon-Avon CV37 8DD
Willow Corner Armscote, Stratford-Upon-Avon CV37 8DE
Bed &  Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in Aston Cantlow
Aston Cantlow is 6 miles from Stratford-upon-Avon, beside the River Alne. There is a 13th century Norman church - where it is thought John Shakespeare married Mary Arden in 1557 - and a 15th century Tudor pub with low beams, flagged stone floors and open crackling log fires (where they repudedly held the wedding reception). 
Tudor Rose Cottage
29 Chapel Lane, Aston Cantlow  B95 6HU
Bed &  Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in Atherstone
Atherstone is near the northern border of Warwickshire, Leicestershire and Staffordshire. Its history starts around 60AD as a Roman settlement and in the 17th to early 20th century it was an important 'Hatting' town. It may be the source of the expression "mad as a hatter", which refers to the effect on hatters caused by the use of a mercury compound in the hat-making process. 
Chapel House Hotel Friars Gate, Atherstone CV9 1EY
Atherstone Red Lion 99 Long Street, Atherstone CV9 1BB
The Florence 9 Florence Court, Atherstone CV9 1HR
Bed &  Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in Avon Dassett
Avon Dassett  is part of the Burton Dassett Hills, a series of rugged hilltops affording spectacular views in all directions,  It is 7 miles from Banbury and 10 miles from Southam. The 12th century All Saints Church features a 13th century coffin with an unusual carving of a deacon.
Crandon House Avon Dassett,  Southam CV47 2AA
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