About Your Space
Jasmine Cottage is an extraodinarily picturesque holiday cottage in the pretty village of Welford-on-Avon. Nestling on the banks of the River Avon and just 9km to Stratford-upon-Avon, Jasmine Cottage is an ideal place for a staycation or week-long getaway. The village of Welford-on-Avon is famous for the many 17th century thatched cottages which are immaculately looked after, and the 13th century church in the centre of the village.
Jasmine Cottage is hidden away in a quiet road around the corner from the church. The cottage sleeps up to four guests, has off street parking, a pretty rear garden and stunning views over the Warwickshire countryside. The River Avon is just ten minutes walk from the cottage.
The location is within easy reach of Stratford-upon-Avon and a great place to stay if you are visiting the RSC or taking in the Shakespeare attractions.
ABOUT OUR COTTAGE
- Living room with wood floors, sofa, easy chairs and wood-burning stove.
- Kitchen with hob and oven, dishwasher, microwave and washing machine.
- Dining table with four chairs.
- Downstairs WC with wash basin.
- Bedroom one with king size bed and rear view over garden.
- Bathroom one has a bath with handheld shower, WC and wash basin
- Bedroom two with two single beds, bedside tables.
- Bathroom two has a shower, WC and wash basin.
GARDEN AND OUTSIDE AREA
There is a small garden at the rear of the property with outdoor seating.
Welford-on-Avon is an idyllic village in which to enjoy a staycation or week-long holiday. Within easy reach of Stratford-upon-Avon, the Cotswolds, Oxford and Birmingham.
NEARBY SHAKESPEARE ATTRACTIONS
The most well known Shakespeare attractions are all within eight ot nine kilometers from Welford-on-Avon:
Hallowed ground for lovers of literature and history alike, Shakespeare birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon in 1564 remains a star attraction to this day.
Anne Hathaway's cottage
As well as Shakespeare's own house, you'll find a collection of other Tudor cottages in and around Stratford that belonged to his friends and relatives.
Shakespeare's eldest daughter lived nearby in Hall's Croft with her husband, Dr Hall - a medical visionary in his day.
Mary Arden's farm
Next up is Shakespeare's mother's farm, which is a little way outside Stratford in the rural setting of Wilmcote.
Shakespeare is buried in the Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon, the same church where he was baptised in 1564.
Royal Shakespeare Company
The primary theatrical body responsible for producing Shakespeare performances is the Royal Shakespeare Company. Based in Stratford-upon-Avon, visitors can tour the Royal Shakespeare and Swan Theatres by day or by night on the RSC's spooky after-dark tour. This is the other main place to see Shakespeare performed, but you can catch the company in action elsewhere on its national tours.
- Nearest pub: The Bell Inn [500m]
- Nearest grocery shop: 1km
- Nearest supermarket: Waitrose [8km]
- Stratford-upon-Avon [9km]
- Cotswolds [8km]
- Birmingham [62km]
- London [177km]