The Salisbury is a large room renovated to the highest standard. It has high beams and is a light airy room with a beautiful view of the garden.
The old barn has been converted into The Avalon, a charming, cosy room with exposed beams. Part of the room has the original flagstone floor which is more than 300 years old in which several fossils can be seen including seashells and an ammonite. These flag stones are uneven and the room is therefore not suitable to anyone with mobility problems.
This beautiful French styled romantic room is on the ground floor and looks out onto the private and pretty courtyard garden. The room is equipped with a king sized French bed with mattress topper which makes for an extremely comfortable sleep.
The luxury en-suite bathroom is decorated in an elegant French style and fitted with a Clawfoot bath with a Burlington shower, a dual fuel heated towel rail, an illuminated mirror, shaver socket and luxury Bulgari toiletries and robes. Complimentary slippers are provided for the bathroom where we were not able to fit underfloor heating.
A hair-dryer and free Wi-fi is available in the room.
The Old Kiln House is a beautiful eighteenth century grade II listed town house situated in the centre of the historic market town Shipston-on-Stour.
Shipston-on-Stour, known as the cornerstone to the Cotswolds, is an ideal base to explore the beautiful Cotswold towns and villages and the surrounding countryside. We are close to Stratford-upon-Avon (15 minutes), Chipping Campden (10 minutes), Moreton-in-Marsh (12 minutes), Stow-on-the-Wold (20 minutes) and Broadway (20 minutes).
The Old Kiln House has recently been refurbished and decorated to the highest standard. The house is situated in a secluded, peaceful location with a beautiful large, south facing private courtyard garden.
We are a two minute walk away from all the amenities for which Shipston is well known such as restaurants, pubs and a wide variety of interesting shops including the well known Mrs Brown’s tea shop, the Town and Country delicatessen, The Stour Art Gallery, several boutiques and antique shops and the renowned Sheldon Wine Merchants.
We are a five minute walk away from the stunning countryside and several beautiful walks including the 146 mile Shakespeare’s Way plus various cycling routes.
Guests are welcome to use the hall which has a wood burning stove, leather armchairs and the latest magazines such as Vogue and Vanity Fair.
Guests are also welcome to use the garden and dining room which seats six and also has a wood burning stove.
As we have always enjoyed travel where you meet and interact with people around the world, one of our main reasons for starting this business was to interact with our guests.
We are more than happy to make recommendations and book restaurants, attractions and make suggestions for guests to enjoy this wonderful area.
This is not a venue for parties, loud music and noise.
As many of our guests are having a romantic break away from their busy lives, we are unfortunately unable to accommodate children.
We also have a rescue cocker spaniel so unfortunately we cannot accommodate other pets.
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