|The Gardens at Apothecary's|
ACCOMMODATIONDouble or twin-bedded rooms Non-smoking
Colour TV with Freeview in rooms
Tea and coffee making facilities
Clock radio alarms
There is off-road parking for all our guests.
Double occupancy from £75 per room per night
Single occupancy from £50 per person per night
EVENING MEAL £19.50 per person 3 courses + coffee
We are not licensed, so please bring a bottle of wine with you.
PAYMENT – please note we DO NOT accept credit cards. Cheque or cash only
PLACES OF INTEREST
The historic market town of Warwick with the finest Medieval castle in England. Devastated by the great fire of 1694 Warwick today is a lovely mix of timber framed buildings that escaped the fire, and streets of 18th Century elegance of brick and stone.
St Mary's Church with the famous 14th Century Beauchamp Chapel, the Lord Leycester Hospital, the towns two remaining defences of East Gate and West Gate, three museums and the riverside parks and gardens are just some of the delights of the County town.
Birthplace of William Shakespeare and another of Warwickshire's lovely riverside towns. Visit one of the Stratford theatres, The Royal Shakespeare Theatre or The Swan. Follow the Shakespeare Heritage Trail and enjoy the wealth of half timbered buildings in this ancient town.
Take a boat trip on the River Avon or simply enjoy the beautiful gardens which help to make Stratford a regular winner of the "Britain in Bloom" competition.
Royal Leamington Spa
Leamington grew from a handful of houses and an hotel in 1800 to one of the most fashionable resorts in the country in 1850. Now a prosperous town on the River Leam, famous for the Jephson Gardens and the restored Royal Pump Rooms. Leamington is a beautiful Regency town with an excellent range of shops both large and small.
Kenilworth Castle, one of the grandest and most romantic ruined castles in the country. Once home to the favourite of Queen Elizabeth I, Robert Dudley Earl of Leicester, and now maintained by English Heritage.
Warwickshire also has many fine historic houses and gardens owned by the National Trust, all within an easy drive from Wellesbourne. The National Exhibition Centre is approximately 30 minutes drive, the National Agricultural Centre at Stoneleigh Park 15 minutes.
For those of our guests who do not have transport, we will gladly arrange for a taxi to meet you from any of the airports or railway stations.
Mrs Jenny Shorrocks atThe Old Dispensary
Bed & Breakfast
Tel: +44 (0)1789 470060
For more information on Stratford
Go to Stratford-upon-Avon Home Page
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