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Coughton Lodge
Coughton
Alcester
Warwickshire

B49 5HU | View map

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A four-diamond country bed and breakfast just a few minutes drive from Stratford upon Avon, Alcester, Warwick , Redditch, Worcester and the N.E.C. Coughton Lodge provides exceptional accommodation in a country setting and is an ideal base to explore Shakespeare Country and the Cotswolds. The Coughton Lodge complex is just a short walk from Coughton Court , a classic example of an English stately home now belonging to the National Trust.

Recently re-furbished to a very high standard, there are 12 stylish ensuite rooms making this bed and breakfast just a little more special. Coughton Lodge offers character, charm and a very warm welcome .

All rooms are ground floor and are situated around a tranquil interior garden that features a central water cascade. This offers a high degree of privacy for all guests. Our recently refurbished bedrooms are light and airy, with a clean stylish look, that complements the ambience of the lodge. Every bedroom has full en suite facilities, colour TV/DVD, hospitality tray, hair dryer, radio alarms and controllable central heating.

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Ratings/Awards: ETC 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 12
Number Ensuite: 12
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No Smoking Rooms - Throughout house
Tourist Board Inspected
Building of Historic Interest
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