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County - Warwickshire | Map
Tel code: 01608 | code search
Postcode: CV36 | code search
Population: 4500
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"I have used this shop a few times. I have always found the staff friendly, welcoming and helpful. They completed the work in the time they promised. Very happy.

Date visited: 22/11/2011 ..." More

White Bear
"Good Points: The staff were very helpful following a disaster with smoke in the hotel rooms we were due to stay in. The food served though was excellent as was ..." More

Falcon Inn
"Good Points: Closeness to the hospital where we were visiting a friend and local history. Bad Points: Lack of advertised facilities. General review: I had booked a family room and asked for ..." More

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Lying close to the borders of Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire but actually in South Warwickshire is the town of Shipston on Stour, the town taking its name from Saxon times and is derived from the phrase “Sheep wash town”, the town for many years being a regionally important sheep market location. Today though this small market town is perfectly located for those who wish to tour the region, Moreton in the Marsh and Broadway are relatively close by as is Stratford on Avon. Shipston though with its picturesque main shopping street, is on a warm summery day, probably England at its best with its range of shops and goods, the pubs and restaurants a stroll around the town centre along some of its quaint streets and alleyways will be well rewarded. As you wander around you cannot help but appreciate the Georgian architecture that exists today and how wealthy this town once was – not that it isn’t still wealthy nowadays! One of the things you can’t avoid if you are in Shipston is its bridge over the river which dates back to 1280 and around which modern Shipston on Stour has grown. It is easy to appreciate why this village attracts so many people, its location in the rolling Warwickshire countryside, the proximity of both the canal and the river together with its village centre and ease of access makes this a top destination for many people.


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Honington Hall


Mill Farm Camp Site

Caravan Park

Norman Knight Inn


Pool Meadow Cottage


Shipston Town Council


Shipston Dental Practice


The Medical Centre

Estate Agent

Black Horse Agencies - Locke & England
Halifax Property Services
Sheldon Bosley & Partners
Vaughan & Co

Farmers Market

Shipston on Stour Farmers Market


Falcon Inn
George Hotel
White Bear

Pub and Bar

Black Horse Inn
George Hotel

Horseshoe Inn
Red Lion
White Bear Hotel


George Hotel
Old Mill
Red Lion


Needham & James


Anyhour cars
Roger Miles Taxi
RT Private Hire Taxi


Hook Norton Veterinary Surgeons


Just Pets
Smith Graham Ophthalmic Optician
E H Spencer
Fine-Lines Fine Art
The Stour Gallery


Oak Tree Stables(Riding)

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Falcon Inn (0.02 miles)

Falcon Inn

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Set in the pretty Cotswold town of Shipston-on-Stour, this 18th century inn presents itself as the perfect base for touring the surrounding area, including Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon.

A beautifully-kept market-town hotel, set ... More

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George Hotel (0.11 miles)

George Hotel

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Reopened in February 2007, following a programme of comprehensive refurbishment, this luxury boutique hotel offers stylish contemporary accommodation in the heart of the peaceful little town of Shipston-on-Stour.

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Blackwell Grange (2.07 miles)

Blackwell Grange

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Blackwell Grange is an early seventeenth century listed Cotswold Farmhouse surrounded by fields and with views of the Ilmington Hills.

Low ceilings, stone flagged floors and deep set windows give the ... More | visit website

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Willow Corner (2.62 miles)

Willow Corner
David and Liz welcome you to Willow Corner,a charming 300 year old thatched cottage in the quiet rural hamlet of Armscote, situated on the northern edge of the Cotswolds and only 15 minutes from Stratford ... More | visit website
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Fox & Goose Country Inn (2.67 miles)

Fox & Goose Country Inn
Surrounded by gorgeous countryside, this charming inn has a smart dining room, a cosy bar and just 4 individually decorated, luxurious en suite rooms. Within an hour’s drive of London, the beautiful location and stunning surroundings ... More | visit website
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Halford Bridge Inn (3.00 miles)

Halford Bridge Inn

By choosing The Halford Bridge, we want you to experience the relaxed friendly atmosphere and charisma that this traditional, countryside pub has to offer. Steeped in history and oozing with character, The Halford Bridge is a ... More | visit website


The Poplars (3.05 miles)

The Poplars
Poplars Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast is set in Mansell Farm which is a working family farm with arable and beef cattle. Situated on the edge of Newbold on Stour, which has a with a shop and ... More
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Howard Arms (3.39 miles)

Howard Arms

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A delightful historic 400 year old inn set in the Cotswolds.Large open log fireplace,original flag stone floors in the bar and a sumptuous restaurant.Surrounded by a beautiful English herb and ... More

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Charingworth Manor (3.86 miles)

Charingworth Manor

Set in beautiful gardens and overlooking a 54 acre estate, you can enjoy peace and tranquillity against a backdrop of breathtaking views that take in over 5 counties. Dating back to the early 14th century, ... More | visit website

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Mine Hill House (4.17 miles)

Mine Hill House

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Mine Hill House is situated approx 5 miles from Chipping Norton & 10 miles from both Banbury(M40) & Stratford on Avon/Warwick(M40). Mine Hill is situated on the edge of the ... More

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