**Eastnor House** OOB

**Eastnor House** OOB                             Welcome to Eastnor House, just five minutes walk from the centre of Shakespeare's Stratford-Upon-Avon.

An imposing detached Victorian town house built in 1897 for Mr Smith, a draper, Eastnor House subsequently belonged to the famous Cox family, owners of the historic timber wharf on the River Avon. The beautifully furnished rooms, oak-panelling, central open staircases, all combine to provide an example of how the wealthy Victorians lived. We have the perfect location for you to relax and enjoy your visit to Stratford. Just park your car and stroll the 300 metres to the town centre. A non-smoking guest accommodation

Children welcome: no age limit

Direct-dial telephones with modem in all rooms

Location

  • 33 Shipston Road,
  • Stratford-upon-Avon
  • Warwickshire
  • CV37 7LN
  • Tel: +44 (0)1789 268115
  • Website

Amenities & Facilities

Separate guests' lounge, Pets accepted, Non smoking establishment, Off site parking, French, Cater for vegetarians, Tea & coffee making facilities in all bedrooms, Colour TV in all bedrooms

Travel by road

From Stratford Tourist Information Centre, cross the river bridge and at the roundabout take the A3400 Shipston Road exit. The Eastnor will be the first hotel on the road.

By public transport