Masons Court – Luxury historic house in Stratford-upon-Avon
Your chance to stay in this medieval Wealden Hall, located right in the centre of Stratford-upon-Avon, a lively and historic market town. Built in 1482 the house is recognised as the oldest house in Stratford-upon-Avon and many of its original features remain including two 16th century wall paintings. Visitors will find themselves within a few minutes walk of Shakespeare’s birth place, Royal Shakespeare theatre, River Avon and a wide range of restaurants and bars.
3 Masons Court has been recently refurbished with a modern, well equipped kitchen, two bathrooms and contemporary decor. This property is truly one of a kind, a comfortable and magical place to stay when visiting the area.
The property has a flagstoned, 16th century oak panelled dining room, an Inglenook fireplace with wood-burner in the spacious living area and original oak beams throughout.
There are two bathrooms at the property, one houses a freestanding copper ‘Hurlingham’ bathtub, the other a large metro tiled walk in shower.
Bedroom one, to the front of the property and part of the original 15th century Wealden Hall, is a small and comfortable oak beamed room with a double bed.
The master bedroom has a 16th century fire place and raised wooden platform area, a 16th century wooden panelled wall divides it from bedroom three, there is a lockable door in the wooden panelling which guests with smaller children may choose to leave open. Bedroom three is a small and cosy room, having two windows one of which is an original mullion window, this room can also be accessed by its own private doorway from the landing area. Guests should note that these two rooms are totally independent from each other, however, they are divided by the16th century wooden wall which you may hear snoring through.
To the rear of 3 Masons Court there is an enclosed, walled courtyard garden with mature shrubs, a 200 year old Mulberry bush sits at the centre of the garden.