Shakespeare's View

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Kings Lane
Snitterfield
Warwickshire
England
CV37 0QB

Shakespeare's View, Snitterfield

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Shakespeares View, is an award winning BandB, with spectacular views looking south across the Avon Valley, the Cotswolds and beyond. It stands in one acre of mature gardens and is surrounded by fruit orchards. Its location is tranquil and peaceful.The house was built in 1905 as two cottages, and has been extensively refurbished and extended, offering our guests complete privacy, beautifully appointed bright rooms with modern facilities.

Both bedrooms are a good size and have very good large beds.

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