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Victoria Spa Lodge
Bishopton Lane


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Victoria Spa Lodge is situated at the Heart of England, indeed is equ-distance from all the Shakespeare properties. Benefiting from it`s rural setting with all the tranquillity that offers a five minute car (taxi) ride, has you at the hub of Stratford`s sophisticated shopping, restaurant and theatre areas.

Days can be spent exploring the wonderful Cotswolds, with it`s many aristocratic houses, panoramic views and the glorious Warwick Castle. Returning each evening to the soporific atmosphere of grade II listed Victoria Spa Lodge.

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Nearest Train Station: Stratford
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Ratings/Awards: RAC 4 Diamond Warm Welcome Award - Sparkling Diamond
English Tourist Board 4 Star Silver Award
AA 4 Star Guest Accommodation
Number of Rooms: 7
Number Ensuite: 7

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: £70 - Family rooms by quotation
Twin: £70 - Family rooms by quotation
Single: £55 - Single occupancy of a double room
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