Winton House bed and breakfast provides elegant accommodation on the edge of the Cotswolds, just 6 miles from Stratford-upon-Avon in the lovely village of Upper Quinton.
Winton House is a historic Victorian farmhouse built in 1856. Featuring spacious, comfortable rooms which still have many of the original 19th Century features, the house is warm and welcoming.
Situated in a quiet area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the house overlooks Meon Hill, which is steeped in witchcraft and folklore; and is home to fallow and roe deer, and the remains of an iron-age hillfort. Located on the edge of the Cotswolds, Winton House is in a perfect position for Hidcote Manor Gardens, Kiftsgate Court, Ragley Hall and other National Trust properties which are all just a short drive away.
There are plenty of walking and cycling opportunities for the more energetic. The green at the front of the house marks one end of the Warwickshire Centenary Way. It is also on the famous Heart of England Way to Chipping Campden, and only 5 miles from Dovers Hill, the start of the Cotswolds Way. Also close at hand is the Greenway, an old railway line offering a safe route to Stratford for cyclists and walkers alike.
Secure parking is available, all rooms have free wireless internet access, and there is an LCD television with Freeview in every room.
The Green Room
The Chapel Room
View from the house
Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities.
Pet Facilities: Pets are not allowed.
Special Diets Provision: Special diets are catered for. Continental and vegetarian breakfasts available
Smoking Facilities: Smoking is allowed.
The nearest motorway is the M40:
Leave at junction 15 and head into Stratford. Take the A3400, south from Stratford. Aproximately one mile down the road take a right turn on to the B4632 (signposted to Broadway, Mickleton). Carry on for 6 miles, turn left for Upper Quinton. Winton House is 400 yards on the left.