Faviere Guest House

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127 Shipston Road

Faviere Guest House, Stratford-upon-Avon

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Louise and Juan offer you an exceptionally warm welcome to their modern, prettily furnished home. Faviere, offering a variety of well-equipped rooms, is situated on the south side of the river just ten minute tree lined walk along the Old Tramway and through the Bancroft Gardens will bring you to the Theatres and town centre. All the bedrooms are en-suite and have: central heating, Television, towels, Radio (with wake-up facility), tea/coffee, hair dryer and dressing table.

Free wi-fi (wireless) internet conection.

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