**Pepperpot Lodge** OOB

**Pepperpot Lodge** OOB                           Pepperpot Lodge is located in the grounds of School Cottage, a ""Chocolate-box"" thatched cottage dating back to 1289, in the picturesque stone village of Priors Hardwick. The unit offers private self-catering accommodation for 2 persons, with central heating, ensuite shower/bathroom and full cooking facilities. Tastefully decorated and furnished to a high standard, the facilities include telephone, satellite TV and a comprehensive range of accessories and personal touches. Close by there are swimming pools, golf, horse-riding, canal narrow boat, public footpaths, mountain bike hire and countryside walks. For the less energetic, there are traditional Public Houses, serving ""real-ale"" and wholesome meals.


  • London End, Priors Hardwick
  • Leamington Spa
  • CV47 7SL
  • Tel: +44 (0)1327 262015
  • Website

Amenities & Facilities

Hairdryer, Barbecue, Ironing facilities, Pets accepted, CD Player, Colour TV, Microwave, DVD Player, Telephone, Garden/patio for guests' use, In countryside, Off site parking, Arrangements for riding/pony trekking, Access to golf course, Facilities for children,

Travel by road

From Leamington TIC: Take the A425 towards Southam - on entering Southam continue on this road. After 50 yards take the first right signposted to Priors Marston and Hardwick. Follow the road for 5 miles and then take a turn for Priors Hardwick. Continue on the road past the first village sign until reaching the crossroads. Turn right into London End, School Cottage and Pepperpot Lodge are located 250 yards along this road on the left hand side.

By public transport

From Moreton-in-Marsh - 9 miles Out of the station, turn right on the A429. On leaving the town take right hand turn to Todenham. After village continue on road until the junction of the A3400. Turn left and then immediately right. At cross roads turn right and follow signs for Sutton-under-Brailes. At village green turn right and after 150m turn left signposted Hook Norton. Go up sinlge track hill and Whichford Mill is signposted on right hand side.