Coach House Mews - Romantic Holiday Cottage in Warwickshire
Surrounded by open fields, full of walks and resting within the grounds of the owner’s home is this superb, first-floor apartment, Coach House Mews. Providing a couple with an attractive base from which to enjoy a romantic break to Warwickshire, Coach House Mews is great for those seeking a holiday full walks, quaint villages and wonderful days out to the likes of Stratford upon Avon. After following the gravel drive through the electric gates and parking up in your private spot, head into the property by taking the external stairs to the front stable door, stopping to admire the views of the open fields before going inside. Be welcomed into the open-plan living space where you can look forward to unwinding after a busy, fun-filled day, settling on the leather sofa tucked in the corner with your other half and flicking on the large Smart TV mounted on the wall. The kitchen is amazingly equipped for its modest size, even boasting a washing machine and dishwasher along with all the essentials for home-cooking, so you can whip up an impressive and intimate meal for two to be enjoyed at the dining table. Continue through the property to reach the beautiful bathroom, home to a bath with an overhead shower so you can choose how best to prepare for your day, with a heated rail to keep your towel toasty. The final room is the lovely bedroom, home to a double bed and a bespoke, fitted wardrobe for storing your things so you’ll feel right at home. The property sits within an arm’s length of Alderminster’s local popular gastro pub, The Bell Inn, perfect for warm summer evenings spent enjoying a tipple out in the beer garden before strolling back to your abode, while the nearest shop can be found in the neighbouring village of Newbold on Stour. For the ultimate dining experience place a reservation at the Michelin Star Royal Oak Pub in Whatcote, recently refurbished with a traditional country feel this is the perfect way to enjoy a romantic meal for two. Enjoy exploring the landscape with walks in the countryside, hopping on the Shakespeare’s Way long-distance walking path which passes nearby to Alderminster and takes you northward to Stratford upon Avon, or southward towards Chipping Norton. Venture into the northern area of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for further stunning scenery and walking routes, visiting the National Trust’s Hidcote gardens amidst the quaint Cotswold additions of thatched cottages and pretty village greens, or make a trip to the female-created Kiftsgate Court Gardens. Learn about the world’s most famous playwright in his place of birth, the town of Stratford upon Avon, with Shakespeare’s Birthplace, Shakespeare’s New Place and Shakespeare’s Schoolroom & Guildhall well-worth visiting, all wonderfully preserved examples of 16th century architecture, and afterwards catch a show at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Make memories to last forever with your loved one on your romantic break to Warwickshire at Coach House Mews.