Cross o' th' Hill Farm

Cross o' th' Hill Farm Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon, where Shakespeare is buried, is only a twelve minute walk across one field.

Cross o' th' Hill Farm dates back to the fifteenth century but the farmhouse was built in 1860 and has some lovely architectural details. It is set among pasture lands and is approached by an avenue of chestnut trees. The gardens were also laid out at this time with vegetable and fruit gardens and incorporating a croquet lawn.

There is ample parking and rates include full English low fat breakfast, using organic or local produce when possible.


  • Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire
  • Stratford-upon-Avon
  • CV37 8HP
  • Tel: +44 (0)1789 204738
  • Website

Amenities & Facilities

Drop-off point for guests immediately outside main entrance, Marketed as green/environmentally friendly, Tea & coffee making facilities in all bedrooms, Hairdryer in all bedrooms, Colour TV in all bedrooms, Wireless/internet access, Separate guests' lounge, Ironing facilities , Garden/patio for guests' useCentral heating throughout, Serve breakfast, Non smoking establishment, Farm, Country house, Welsh,

Travel by road

From Stratford-upon-Avon train station, Alcester Rd to Stratford, Green Hill Street Woods right at roundabout for High St, Church St, left for Old Town through Holy Trinity Church yd. Follow Mill lane to river, cross river over bridge, under road bridge, follow footpath away from river until double gates. Through double gates, up hill to farm. From M40 Jct 15: Follow A46 to Stratford, take A3400 (S) for Shipton on Stour. Then B4632 for Broadway. 1st Farm on your right hand side 1 mile from Startford Centre.

By public transport