Quilt & Croissants

Quilt & Croissants A tastefully decorated 7 bedroom guest house near the centre of Stratford-upon-Avon, Quilt and Croissants is run as a young family enterprise, specialising in the comfort and well-being of their visitors. Richard and Sue, the proprietors were born and bred in the locality and their local knowledge and helpfulness is much appreciated by their guests. The house is maintained to a very high standard and provides an ideal environment in which to rest during your stay at Stratford. Colour digital television, tea and coffee making facilities, I-pod docking stations and hair-dryers are provided in all rooms. Wifi is available free of charge. Car parking is by arrangement.

Maximum age for child: 12 years

Maximum age for infant: 2 years

Child price: 50% of adult price

Infant price: free of charge

Location

  • 33 Evesham Place,
  • Stratford-upon-Avon
  • Warwickshire
  • CV37 6HT
  • Tel: +44 (0)1789 267629
  • Website

Amenities & Facilities

Steps to main entrance, Bedrooms with non-allergenic bedding available, Bathrooms available with bath with shower, Special provisions for cyclists, Marketed as gay friendly, Tea & coffee making facilities in all bedrooms, Non smoking rooms available, Hairdryer in all bedrooms, Colour TV in all bedroomsWireless/internet access, Welcome single sex groups, eg stag/hen parties, Number of shared bathrooms, Central heating throughout, Accept coach parties, Off site parking, On site parking, Serve breakfast, Cater for vegetarians, Additional meal details, Non smoking establishment,

Travel by road

From Stratford Visitor Information Centre, proceed up Bridge Street, carry on over the roundabout (at Barclays Bank) into Wood Street and turn left at the traffic-light junction. Proceed along Rother Street and with the Civic Hall on your right, proceed until you reach the junction with Grove Road/Evesham Place. Travel along Evesham Place for approximately 100 metres and the Quilt and Croissants Guest House is on your left-hand side before you reach the roundabout.

By public transport

From the railway station head towards the town centre, turn right at Grove road and walk until you come to the pedestrian traffic lights, cross here then carryon until you reach us on your left, opposite the lay-by.