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BED & BREAKFAST AND GUEST HOUSE ACCOMMODATION
IN THE WARWICKSHIRE TOWNS AND VILLAGES OF.....
Salford Priors | Sambourne | Seckington | Sheepy Magna | Shenton | Sherbourne
Shilton | Shipston-on-Stour | Shottesewell | Shrewley | Shustoke | Shuttington
Snitterfield | Solihull | Southam | Spernall | Stareton | Stockingford | Stockton
Stoneleigh | Stoneton | Stourton | Stretton Baskerville
Stretton-on-Dunsmore | Stretton-on-Fosse | Stretton-under-Fosse
Studley | Sutton Cheney | Sutton-under-Brailes
Bed & Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in Salford Priors
Salford Priors is 8 mile south west of Alcester, and it originally belonged to the Abbot of Kenilworth. Salford Hall was the centre for a community of English Benedictine nuns in the 18th century and is now a hotel. Ragley Hall estate is nearby.
Orchard House Salford Priors WR11 5UX
Bed & Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in Sheepy Magna
Sheepy Magna is one of two Sheepy's, the other being Sheepy Parva. The village is 6 miles from Atherstone. The original church from around 1150 was rebuilt in 1778 and has a Burne-Jones stained glass window.
Elmsdale Ratcliffe Lane, Sheepy Magna, Atherstone

Bed & Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in Sherbourne
Sherbourne is located just off the A46 between Warwick and Stratford., close to junction 15 of the M40 motorway. it has a magnificent Victorian Gothic church designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott RA.
Hill Crest Guest House Sherbourne Hill, Stratford Road, Sherbourne, Warwick CV35 8AG
The Old Rectory  Vicarage Lane, Sherbourne, Warwick CV35 8AB
Bed & Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in Shilton
Shilton is 7 miles north west of Coventry. The village contains a number of old cottages and the church was restored by Sir George Gilbert Scott RA in 1865.
Barnacle Hall B & B Shilton Lane, Shilton CV7 9LH
Bed & Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in  Shipston-on-Stour
Shipston-on-Stour is 13 miles south east Stratford and until 1931 was part of Worcestershire. In the 8th century, it became known as ‘Sheep-wash-Town’ because the river was used for washing sheep. There are a number of Georgian houses and old inns, and the church, rebuilt in 1855, retains a 15th century tower.
Black Horse Inn Station Road, Shipston-on-Stour CV36 4BT
Holly End Bed & Breakfast London Road, Shipston-On-Stour CV36 4EP
Shipston Guest House 42 Church Street, Shipston-on-Stour CV36 4AS
Wolford Field B & B Shipston-On-Stour CV36 5LT
Bed & Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in  Shustoke
Shustoke is 3 miles north east of Coleshill. The church was built in the reign of Edward II, but most if it was destroyed by fire. It was rebuilt in 1886 with the original tower and spire incorporated.
Ye Olde Station Guesthouse Church Road, Shustoke, Coleshill B46 2AX
Bed & Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in  Snitterfield
Snitterfield is 6 miles north east of Stratford-upon-Avon. Property in the village was once owned by Shakespeare's uncle and then partly by his father, John. The oldest building in the village is thought to be the home of the Shakespeare family. The parish church dates from the 14th century.
Shakespeare's View Kings Lane, Snitterfield, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 0QB
The Hill Cottage Kings Lane, Snitterfield, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 0QA
Bed & Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in Solihull
Solihull is 15 miles from Coventry and 6 miles from Birmingham. There is some interesting historical architecture including: timber-framed Tudor style houses and shops; the 13th century St Alphege Church; and Solihull School which was opened in 1560, although its origins are even earlier.
Apple Tree Wick 91 Grange Road, Solihull B91 1BZ
Cedarwood Guest House 347 Lyndon Road, Solihull B92 7QR
Conifers Bed & Breakfast 433 Warwick Road, Solihull B91 1BD
Coppice Guest House 8 Browns Coppice Avenue, Solihull B91 1PL
Keswick House 32 Keswick Road, Solihull B92 7PH
Leaded Light Guest House 283 Warwick Road, Solihull B92 7AB
Ravenhurst Guest House 56 Lode Lane, Solihull B91 2AW
St. Anthony's Bed & Breakfast 1 Radford Rise, Solihull B91 2QH
The Rosemary House 83 Lyndon Road, Solihull B92 7RF
Bed & Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in Southam
Southam is a small market town 10 miles north east of Warwick on the main road to Daventry and Northampton. The Royal Mail coaches from Warwick to London would stop at Southam, which still has some interesting old coaching inns. Charles I slept there two days before the battle of Edgehill.
Briarwood 34 Warwick Road, Southam CV47 0HN
Bridge House Warwick Street, Southam CV47 0HD
Holt Farm Welsh Road East, Southam CV47 INJ
The Old Bakery 25 Oxford Street, Southam CV47 1NS
Tarsus Restaurant & Hotel Daventry Road, Southam CV47 1NW
Bed & Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in Stretton-on-Dunsmore
Stretton-on-Dunsmore is 7 miles from Rugby and 8 miles from Leamington Spa & Coventry. Moor Farmhouse, dating from the 16th century, and Yew Tree Hall are two fine timber-framed buildings in the village. At one time the village had 10 public houses but nowadays this is down to just the two.
Bed & Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in Stretton-on-Fosse
Stretton-on-Fosse is 3 miles south west of Shipston-on-Stour, just off the old Roman Fosse Way. The village is a mix of 17th century Cotswold stone farms and later red brick dwellings. It is noted for the Roman and Saxon burial grounds, and the fine Tuscan porch on the 17th century rectory.
Staddlestones Rowborough, Stretton-on-Fosse GL56 9RE
Bed & Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in Studley
Studley is a large village 13 miles from Stratford and 7 miles from Henley-in-Arden, and sits in the Green Belt area of the Forest of Arden. There are remains of a 7th century farmstead and Saxon settlement to the east of the River Arrow.
Studley Castle Castle Road, Studley B80 7AJ
Bed & Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in Sutton Cheney
Sutton Cheney is 10 miles from Nuneaton and 2 miles from Market Bosworth, and is close to the site of the Battle of Bosworth. There are two old Coaching Inns - The Royal Arms and The Hercules - and a 14th century church.
Almshouse Sutton Cheney, Nuneaton CV13 0AH
The Royal Arms Main Street, Sutton Cheney, Nuneaton CV13 0AG
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