Bed & Breakfast
Broadlands offers traditional bed and breakfast accommodation in the beautiful town of Stratford upon Avon in Warwickshire. It has seven rooms including singles, doubles, twins and a triple (children staying must be 7 years or over). The completely refurbished Victorian house originally built in 1901 has a central location enabling guests to walk to the RSC, Shakespeare’s Birthplace, cafes, restaurants, shops and the train station in ten minutes.
The town provides plenty to see and do on foot as well as boating on the River Avon or an open top bus service for visiting all the Shakespeare properties.
Broadlands Guest House is a family owned business. Broadlands is personally run by Tamara Abraham.
Our rooms are cosy and modern and all have en-suite bathrooms or private facilities.
The B&B rate includes breakfast, parking and WIFI.
All rooms have hospitality trays with teas, coffees, hot chocolate, biscuits, mints and water. Hairdryers are provided and ironing facilities, electric fans and hot water bottles are available on request.
Breakfast is usually served between 8am and 9am - full English, continental, vegetarian, vegan and gluten free. See more
Rooms are cleaned, re-stocked and checked daily.
All our rooms feature modern facilities including flatscreen tv, Freeview and WIFI.
THINGS TO DO
Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon and is buried here. Visit the Elizabethan cottage where he was born or his ornate tomb at Holy Trinity Church.
The RSC produces plays all year round including traditional Shakespeare, Elizabethan contemporaries and new works.
Visit historic Warwick Castle, the races at Cheltenham or the city of Oxford - all are within easy reach.
Stratford is a perfect base for exploring the Cotswold villages - Bourton on the Water, Moreton in Marsh, Broadway, Stow and Bibury.
Royal Leamington Spa
Twenty minutes drive takes you to Leamington - an elegant Regency town famous for its healing waters.
Just north of Oxford is Woodstock, home to Blenheim Palace, ancestral home of Winston Churchill.