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Relax and enjoy the pretty garden

Relax and enjoy the pretty garden

Riverside walks near Heritage Mews

Riverside walks near Heritage Mews

Double bedroom with queen-size bed

Double bedroom with queen-size bed

Christmas Lights from 21 November

Christmas Lights from 21 November

Heritage Mews garden in winter

Heritage Mews garden in winter

Dine in style 'at home'

Dine in style 'at home'

Dining table comfortably seats 4

Dining table comfortably seats 4

Beautifully tended secluded garden

Beautifully tended secluded garden

Charming single bedroom

Charming single bedroom

Fully equipped kitchen

Fully equipped kitchen

Relax or dine in the sunny garden

Relax or dine in the sunny garden

Ideal peaceful location in Old Town

Ideal peaceful location in Old Town

Festive Short Breaks from 21 Nov.

Festive Short Breaks from 21 Nov.

Many excellent restaurants in town

Many excellent restaurants in town

15th century Almshouses & Guildhall

15th century Almshouses & Guildhall

Hall's Croft in Old Town, in spring

Hall's Croft in Old Town, in spring

Anne Hathaway's Cottage and Garden

Anne Hathaway's Cottage and Garden

Beautiful Chipping Campden 12 miles

Beautiful Chipping Campden 12 miles

Famous Hidcote Garden (NT) 10 miles

Famous Hidcote Garden (NT) 10 miles

Warwick Castle - 20 minutes drive

Warwick Castle - 20 minutes drive

Relax and enjoy the pretty garden

Relax and enjoy the pretty garden

Riverside walks near Heritage Mews

Riverside walks near Heritage Mews

Double bedroom with queen-size bed

Double bedroom with queen-size bed

Christmas Lights from 21 November

Christmas Lights from 21 November

Heritage Mews garden in winter

Heritage Mews garden in winter

Dine in style 'at home'

Dine in style 'at home'

Dining table comfortably seats 4

Dining table comfortably seats 4

Beautifully tended secluded garden

Beautifully tended secluded garden

Charming single bedroom

Charming single bedroom

Fully equipped kitchen

Fully equipped kitchen

Relax or dine in the sunny garden

Relax or dine in the sunny garden

Ideal peaceful location in Old Town

Ideal peaceful location in Old Town

Festive Short Breaks from 21 Nov.

Festive Short Breaks from 21 Nov.

Many excellent restaurants in town

Many excellent restaurants in town

15th century Almshouses & Guildhall

15th century Almshouses & Guildhall

Hall's Croft in Old Town, in spring

Hall's Croft in Old Town, in spring

Anne Hathaway's Cottage and Garden

Anne Hathaway's Cottage and Garden

Beautiful Chipping Campden 12 miles

Beautiful Chipping Campden 12 miles

Famous Hidcote Garden (NT) 10 miles

Famous Hidcote Garden (NT) 10 miles

Warwick Castle - 20 minutes drive

Warwick Castle - 20 minutes drive

Heritage Mews in Stratford-upon-Avon

Warwickshire, CV37 6BX

Perfect location for enjoying town and countryside

  • Superb peaceful location close to the River Avon
  • 5 to 10 minutes’ walk to the historic town centre
  • Many fine dining restaurants and bistros in town
  • Beautiful secluded garden with year-round interest
  • Private off street parking for 2 cars in the mews
  • Many NT houses and gardens a short drive away
    • Sleeps 3Sleeps 3
    • Bedrooms 2Bedrooms 2
    • Bathrooms 1Bathrooms 1
    • Dog Free Cottage Dog Free Cottage
    • Dines 4Dines 4
    • WiFiWiFi
    • Dedicated ParkingDedicated Parking
    • VisitEngland 5 star
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Features

Sleeps 3

Sleeps 3

Bedrooms 2

Bedrooms 2

Dines 4

Dines 4

Extra baby kit

Extra baby kit

Enclosed Garden

Enclosed Garden

Dog Free Cottage

Dog Free Cottage

Dog Free Site

Dog Free Site

Supermarket delivery available

Supermarket delivery available

WiFi

WiFi

Dedicated Parking

Dedicated Parking

Hypoallergenic bedding option

Hypoallergenic bedding option

Walkable pub

Walkable pub

Walkable Fine Dining

Walkable Fine Dining

Fine dining within 10 miles

Fine dining within 10 miles

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Perfect location for enjoying town and countryside

Stratford-upon-Avon is a charming medieval market town in a beautiful riverside setting, surrounded by glorious Warwickshire countryside - a perfect holiday destination at any time of year.

Heritage Mews is a delightful town cottage in an ideal peaceful location close to the River Avon, 5 to 10 minutes’ walk to Stratford's town centre, with its fine historic buildings, riverside parks and gardens, excellent restaurants, Shakespeare attractions and theatres.

Enjoy the delightful riverside walk to town and the theatres past nearby Holy Trinity Church (where you can visit Shakespeare’s grave). Soak up the town’s wonderful atmosphere exploring picturesque streets lined with half-timbered buildings. Visit Shakespeare’s Birthplace and family homes. Take a City Sightseeing bus tour or Stratford's award-winning town walk. See a play at the world-famous Royal Shakespeare Theatre and take a trip up the Tower. Hire a rowing or motor boat to explore 3 miles of tranquil river, or enjoy a sightseeing cruise aboard an Edwardian pleasure launch. Enjoy beautiful circular riverside walks and follow Avon Valley footpaths through lovely nearby countryside.

Discover Stratford's fantastic variety of places to eat and drink, including excellent fine dining restaurants, bistros, pubs, coffee shops and tearooms, many with outdoor terraces, gardens or by the river – all within a 10 minute stroll. For fine dining, try Salt in Church Street, awarded one Michelin star, Number 9 next door, or Lambs of Sheep Street situated in a beautiful beamed 16th century house. Nearby is Vintner bistro and The Opposition serving modern European food, The Garrick inn (Stratford’s oldest pub) and Edward Moon English Brasserie. For something a little different enjoy afternoon tea at Fourteas 1940s themed tearoom and dine at the Rooftop Restaurant in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Relax on the terrace with river views at the famous Dirty Duck inn. With so many excellent eateries in town, you will be spoilt for choice!

Enjoy shopping at Stratford’s weekly traditional markets, interesting independent shops and galleries. Visit at Christmastime and enjoy the town’s wonderful festive atmosphere, Christmas Lights and Markets - from 21st November 2019.

Heritage Mews is a great base for exploring the glorious Cotswolds and Warwickshire countryside. Within a short drive are the quintessential Cotswold villages of Chipping Campden, Broadway and Stow-on-the-Wold; beautiful gardens including internationally renowned Hidcote, Kiftsgate and Mill Dene; Batsford Arboretum; Warwick with its antique shops and magnificent medieval castle; excellent country gastropubs; and numerous historic houses and gardens, including the National Trust’s Charlecote Park, Baddesley Clinton, Packwood, Upton House and Coughton Court.

Heritage Mews is a modern town cottage with two bedrooms comfortably accommodating three guests. Downstairs off the hall is a compact, fully equipped kitchen looking out onto the pretty front garden and quiet tree-lined street, and a bright and comfortable sitting-dining room opening onto a pretty courtyard-style garden. Step out from the sitting room into the sunny, secluded garden, furnished with comfortable table and chairs - perfect for summer outdoor dining and relaxing. Beautifully maintained and planted for colour and interest in all seasons, it is a delight to look out onto throughout the year.

Upstairs are the bathroom, with shower over the bath, and two charming bedrooms - a double with queen-size (5 foot) bed and a single, both with comfortable pocket-sprung mattresses, luxurious Sheridan cotton linen and thick fluffy Turkish cotton towels.

Private off street parking for two cars within the mews provides a real bonus in Stratford where street parking is restricted and in high demand.

Flexible start dates and short breaks are available all year (except Christmas/New Year weeks) - perfect for savouring the delights of Stratford-upon-Avon to celebrate a special occasion, a theatre trip, or a relaxing weekend or mid-week getaway.

Member since 2017

Tel:+44 (0)1564 778649

Tel:+44 (0)7946 200740

www.heritagemews.co.uk

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Heritage Mews in Stratford-upon-Avon
Warwickshire, CV37 6BX

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Heritage Mews in Stratford-upon-Avon

42 New Street
Old Town
Stratford-upon- Avon
Warwickshire
CV37 6BX

Castle Kenilworth Castle (English Heritage)

This vast medieval fortress and Elizabethan Palace is one of the most spectacular castle ruins in England - climb 18 metres up into the tower - stroll through the authentically recreated Elizabethan Garden...

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Castle Warwick Castle

One of England's best-preserved medieval castles, with dungeons, elegant 17th century Great Hall and State Rooms, 'Victorian Weekend Party', 'Kingmaker', towers, ramparts, beautiful gardens, Birds of Prey Shows and Trebuchet.

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Cycling Stratford-upon-Avon Greenway

Dedicated 5 mile traffic-free cycling/walking trail (cycle hire available) along Honeybourne disused railway line starting a few minutes' walk from Heritage Mews, passing Milcote (cafe, picnic area) to...

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Gardens Stanway Fountain & Watergarden

The tallest gravity-fed fountain in the world - a single-jet fountain rising over 300 feet (91 metres) high - set in one of the finest water gardens in England. Open June, July and August.

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Gardens Bourton House Garden

Award-winning 3 acre garden featuring imaginative topiary, wide herbaceous borders with rare, unusual and exotic plants, water features, unique shade house and many creatively planted pots. Open June to September.

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Gardens Packwood House (National Trust)

Restored timber-framed Tudor manor house famous for its fascinating Yew Garden representing the ‘Sermon on the Mount’, colourful herbaceous borders, kitchen garden, orchard, wild flower meadow and lakeside...

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Gardens Batsford Arboretum and Falconry Centre

The largest private tree collection in the country, with year round interest, from the first snowdrops in spring through to outstanding autumn colour. The Falconry Centre has daily free-flying demonstrations...

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Gardens Mill Dene Garden

A romantic garden set in a valley around a lovely mill. Hidden paths wind up from the mill-pool and stream through terraced gardens, with fine Cotswold views at the top.

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Gardens Hidcote Manor Garden (National Trust)

One of the country’s great gardens, with colourful, intricately designed outdoor ‘rooms’. Explore the maze of narrow paved pathways and discover secret gardens, magnificent vistas and secluded woodland...

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Heritage Upton House & Gardens (National Trust)

A country mansion renovated in the 1920s and home to an extensive private collection of paintings and rare porcelain. Interesting gardens created on terraces down the side of a valley.

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Heritage Coughton Court (National Trust)

An imposing Tudor house set in beautiful gardens with a lake, walled garden, woodland and magnificent views from the Tower. Links to the Gunpowder Plot in 1605 - with priest holes.

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Heritage Charlecote Park (National Trust)

A Victorian home set in landscaped parkland overlooking the River Avon. Historic herds of Jacob sheep and fallow deer roam freely. Interesting house interior and outbuildings.Lovely parkland and riverside...

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Heritage Baddesley Clinton (National Trust)

A beautifully-preserved Tudor, timber-framed moated manor house with Elizabethan interiors. Originally set in the Forest of Arden and providing sanctuary to persecuted Catholics in the 1590s, with secret...

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Heritage Kinwarton Dovecote

A lovely and rare 14th-century circular dovecote with metre thick walls, over 580 nesting holes and original rotating ladder, nestled in the heart of the Warwickshire countryside. 10 minutes' drive from Coughton.

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Heritage Shakespeare's Schoolroom and Guildhall

Stratford-upon-Avon's 15th century Guildhall is one of Britain's finest surviving medieval Guildhalls, with outstanding half-timbered architecture and rare medieval wall paintings. The upper floor schoolroom...

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Heritage Holy Trinity Church

Situated on the banks of the River Avon, one of England's most beautiful parish churches, where William Shakespeare is buried, in the chancel. A few minutes' walk from Heritage Mews.

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Heritage Gloucester Warwickshire Steam Railway

A heritage railway operating steam and heritage diesel trains between Cheltenham Racecourse and Broadway through some of the most spectacular scenery in the Cotswolds – a round trip of 28 miles.

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Heritage Sezincote House & Garden

Sezincote is unique. At the heart of a country estate, stands a 200-year-old Mogul Indian palace, with curving orangery, set in a romantic landscape of temples, grottoes, waterfalls and canals.

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Heritage Snowshill Manor & Garden, National Trust

Cotswold manor house packed with extraordinary treasures collected by Charles Wade - from tiny toys to Samurai armour, musical instruments to fine clocks. Idyllic setting, lovely gardens with splendid...

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Heritage Coventry Cathedral

Inspiring 20th century cathedral built alongside the ruins of the former cathedral, a medieval church, destroyed by bombing during the Second World War. Contains a famous tapestry by Graham Sutherland..

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Heritage Anne Hathaway's Cottage

A beautiful 500 year old cottage, with original furniture, where Shakespeare courted his bride-to-be. Anne Hathaway was born in the cottage in 1556. Kitchen and parlour are original medieval construction. Beautiful gardens.

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Heritage Mary Arden's Farm, Wilmcote

Childhood home of Shakespeare’s mother - a working ‘Tudor’ farm with craft and falconry demonstrations, nature trails, historic buildings, farmyard and rare breeds. A scenic peaceful 3 mile canal-side...

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Heritage Shakespeare's Birthplace

Explore the house where Shakespeare was born and grew up, and four other Shakespeare Family Homes in and around Stratford-upon-Avon. Learn about Shakespeare’s fascinating life and times from costumed guides.

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Museums British Motor Museum

The world's largest collection of historic British cars with over 300 cars on display, interactive exhibitions and dedicated zones on motorsport, design & concepts, royal cars and cars from film and television.

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Museums Coventry Transport Museum

An amazing collection of British motor cars and bikes, covering 150 years of manufacture. See the record breaking Thrust 2. Experience the 4D land speed record simulator. Great for kids and enthusiasts.

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Pub/Restaurant Salt, 8 Church Street, Stratford

Fine dining restaurant with one Michelin star. Using the best produce, served in a relaxed atmosphere. Situated in the town centre, 5 minutes’ walk from Heritage Mews. Open Wednesday to Sunday.

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Pub/Restaurant The Seagrave Arms, Weston Subedge

A charming Cotswolds inn and restaurant serving classic British comfort dishes with a contemporary twist, award-winning real local ales and artisan spirits including gin from nearby Cotswold Distillery...

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Pub/Restaurant The Fuzzy Duck

Award-winning contemporary Cotswold gastropub with a sophisticated restaurant using fresh quality produce from the best quality local suppliers. Situated in the pretty hamlet of Armscote, 7 miles from Stratford-upon-Avon.

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Pub/Restaurant The Fuzzy Duck

Award-winning contemporary Cotswold gastropub with a sophisticated restaurant using fresh quality produce from the best quality local suppliers. Situated in the pretty hamlet of Armscote, 7 miles from Stratford-upon-Avon.

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Pub/Restaurant The Ebrington Arms

Award-winning gastropub with home-brewed craft ales and lovely restaurant with real local flavour, in a beautiful unspoilt Cotswold village. Rated UK’s number one village pub by The Times in 2017.

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Pub/Restaurant The Howard Arms

A glorious Cotswold gastro pub with an award-winning chef and in the 2018 Michelin guide, set in the heart of the idyllic and peaceful village of Ilmington.

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Pub/Restaurant The Dirty Duck

An atmospheric pub by the River Avon, originally known as The Black Swan, frequented by Royal Shakespeare Company actors. Signed photos adorn the walls. Terrace with river views. Beer garden.

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Pub/Restaurant The King's Head, Aston Cantlow

A traditional, characterful 15th century village inn with a beer garden, serving good food. In a picturesque village with walks nearby. Visit the church next door where Shakespeare's parents married.

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Pub/Restaurant Stratford's many excellent restaurants

Lambs, Rooftop, No. 9 and Salt in the Michelin guide. The Opposition, Vintner, Hussains, El Greco, Edward Moon, Sorrento, Loxley's, Marlowe’s, Il Moro, The TownHouse, Garrick ..... to name just a few...

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Pub/Restaurant The Bell Inn, Welford-on-Avon

Award-winning 17th-century dining pub with flagstone flooring, wood ceiling beams and open fires, serving a wide choice of excellent food. Friendly, great atmosphere and a pretty garden with table service...

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Pub/Restaurant Tailors Restaurant

Award-winning Michelin guide restaurant in the centre of the charming historic town of Warwick. Elegantly presented creative British fine dining in a compact wood-floored restaurant, formerly a tailor's shop.

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Pub/Restaurant The Fleece Inn, Bretforton

A National Trust owned half-timbered medieval farmhouse, home to a traditional English country pub serving delicious locally-sourced food/pub grub and well-known for traditional folk music, Morris dancing...

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Pub/Restaurant The Churchill Arms

A beautiful 17c pub with a contemporary feel, in the Cotswold village of Paxford. A 2018 Michelin guide restaurant serving exceptional food which is all about clever twists to British classics.

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Pub/Restaurant Henley-in-Arden, restaurants, ice cream!

Interesting medieval town with 2 Michelin guide restaurants - The Bluebell 16c inn and Cheal's. A 'must' visit is Henley Ice Cream Parlour, famous for its delicious locally-made ice cream in 50 flavours...

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Pub/Restaurant The Boot Inn

Stylish village pub with a quirky country-chic interior, friendly atmosphere, outside tables and a Modern British menu. Explore the interesting canal basin where the Grand Union and Stratford-upon-Avon canals meet.

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Spa Wildmoor Spa

A luxurious award-winning spa and health club with an exceptional choice of spa days and spa treatments.

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Town Broadway

A beautiful Cotswold village renowned for its honey-coloured houses, picturesque streets and historic architecture. Great choice of independent shops, restaurants, pubs and antique shops. Footpath leads to the Cotswold Way.

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Town Chipping Campden

A gem of a Cotswold town with an outstanding architectural heritage. Famous for its elegant long, winding High Street lined with beautifully-preserved historic buildings. Good choice of eateries and boutiques/shops.

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Visitors Attraction Compton Verney Art Gallery & Park

120 acres of stunning ‘Capability’ Brown parkland surround an award-winning art gallery with world-class exhibitions and interesting seasonal events, offering enjoyable ways to experience art and nature...

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Visitors Attraction Cotswold Lavender, Snowshill

English lavender essential oil growers. Visit the farm in June/July to see the lavender fields in bloom. Shop selling lavender gifts, soaps and toiletries. Tearoom. Open daily 9 June to 5 August 2018...

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Visitors Attraction Redwings Horse Sanctuary

Home to almost 90 rescued horses, ponies and donkeys. Friendly staff, plenty of information about the animals, 'Walk & Talk' tours, cafe and gift shop. Free entry. Open Fridays to Mondays.

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Visitors Attraction Purity Brewery Tours

Interesting and informative Saturday (10.30am & 2pm) guided tours of this eco-friendly award-winning craft brewery, followed by a tasting session. Named Brewery of the Year for 2018 by The Good Pub Guide.

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Walks Stratford-upon-Avon Town Walk

An award-winning, lively and entertaining guided town walk - a great way to explore Stratford-upon-Avon, its history, attractions and fascinating relationship with Shakespeare. Every day. Plus a Ghost...

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Walks The Cotswold Way

102 mile National Trail from Chipping Campden and Dover's Hill (where you can park), through Broadway, following the Cotswold escarpment south to Bath and giving wonderful views of the surrounding landscape.

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Walks Avon Valley Footpath to Welford-on-Avon

A delightful riverside walk from Stratford to Welford-on-Avon, a picturesque village with thatched cottages, a riverside pub, The Four Alls, and an award-winning 17th century dining pub, The Bell Inn...

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Theatre Royal Shakespeare Theatre

Home of the world famous Royal Shakespeare Company, creating theatre at its best, performing plays by William Shakespeare as well as works by his contemporaries and plays by today’s writers.

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Meet the owner

Val Broke-Smith

We bought Heritage Mews to let for holidays in 2003, as the perfect location for exploring Stratford-upon-Avon on foot – peaceful yet so close to the centre, theatres and river. We enjoy meeting guests and maintaining the cottage to the high standards that we ourselves would like in a self-catering holiday. Keen on plants and gardening, we enjoy making the small garden a feature that guests can enjoy in all seasons, with colourful pots, borders, climbers and evergreens. It's a real suntrap for sitting out in the warmer months and a pleasure to look out onto throughout the year. We love Stratford-upon-Avon for its unique character and charm, beautiful architecture, riverside setting and wonderful choice of eateries. As National Trust members, we frequently visit the many interesting houses and gardens nearby in Warwickshire and the Cotswolds. We live only a short drive away and are on hand if you need us.