Rectory Cottage


1.7 miles SW of Stratford-upon-Avon | Sleeps 4 (no children under 5)

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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearby pub

The New Inn is a traditional village pub, located in the pretty village of Clifford Chambers. Food is freshly prepared to order and guests can dine inside or al fresco during warmer weather.

Nearby walk

Situated in the heart of Statford-on-Avon, this pretty park is the perfect place for a quiet wander. You will find gardens and grassed lawns on the banks of the river. Look out for the swan fountain, Gower memorial and a plethora of statues.

Nearby town

Clifford Chambers is a delightful village situated just two miles south of Stratford-on-Avon town centre. The river Stour runs along the out-skirts and there are some lovely walks in the area.

Also nearby

A fabulous town just waiting to be explored for its culture and history. Birthplace of William Shakespeare and home to the Royal Shakespeare Company Theatre, you will find lots to keep you occupied in this pretty town situated in rural Warwickshire on the banks of the river Avon.

In a Snapshot… The MAD Museum does what it says on the tin! Based in the centre of Stratford upon Avon, this quirky attraction displays interactive pieces of mechanical art, in particular; kinetic art and automata. “MAD” stands for Mechanical Art and Design. If you’re not quite sure what mechanical art is all about, think of the machines and gizmos used in Wallace and Gromit, Scrapheap Challenge and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. In a nutshell, mechanical art is usually beautifully crafted, moving sculptures either made to have an exaggerated purpose or made simply for the fun of it.

Here you'll find a gentle walk of one and a half miles through woodland and ponds teaming with wildlife. Take a look at the Heart of England website for further details.

A traditional village pub owned by 223 local shareholders. Inside, the pub is warm and inviting and outside there is a large well-kept beer garden, perfect for al fresco dining.

Located in the control tower on the airfield you'll find a small collection of exhibits in a museum run by a group of knowledgable volunteers. Open every Sunday and Bank holiday Monday's from 10am - 4pm.

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