A beautifully refurbished, stunning ground floor studio flat in a Grade 2* listed original Coachhouse building within the curtilage of a Grade 1 listed property. This charming and spacious apartment is located on the edge of a sleepy hamlet, 10 minutes from Stratford Upon Avon within a 10 minute access to Waitrose and other local amenities such as Talton Mill Farm Shop plus Shipston-on-Stour, the pretty little market town comprising a number of boutique style shops
An original Georgian Stable Block, the Coach House Apartment comprises an airy open space with its own private entrance, that being a stable door within an original Archway. While it only sleeps 2, it is spacious and light and particular attention to detail will ensure your stay is uber comfortable. Breakfast consists of a choice of home-made granola and yoghurt, freshly laid eggs off the Farm, bacon and fresh fruit. All the basic essentials are supplied to include fresh bread and butter, homemade jams and apple juice, milk, tea and fresh coffee etc. The bathroom and bedroom are equipped with exclusive toiletries and linen from top end brands to ensure a relaxing and comfortable stay. Fresh flowers and seasonal produce from the kitchen garden will greet you on arrival and be replaced as necessary according to the length of your stay.
Guests will have access to the private drive and their own parking. They may also have agreed access to the tennis court, swimming pool and private gardens by prior arrangement once we have met our guests and feel comfortable that they will respect these additional privileges. The Gardens are open to the Public at various points through the Summer months and are a point of local interest
Interaction with guests
I like to leave my guests to enjoy the privacy of this space but am always on hand if needed. I would obviously meet and greet and in my absence, would ensure that I have a suitable replacement to do the same. We will show them round the apartment, ensuring they are happily settled and understand the workings of the place plus answer any questions on the area. Once we can establish the purpose of their trip we will happily run through the list of local hot spots and places to visit and offer our help wherever needed to those who are unfamiliar with the surroundings.
Other things to note
Admington Hall itself is of national historic interest and can be found in the Domesday Book. It is a mixture of Grade 1 and Grade 2* listed buildings and comprises four periods of Architecture dating from mid 16th Century, both early and late Georgian additions to modern day. It is steeped in history as is the Coach House and there will be a brief resume of the history of the house and its surroundings amongst other leaflets of local interest on offer to our guests.
I expect my guests to appreciate the efforts we go to in order to ensure the memorably comfortable stay we very much hope you will have. We try and err on the side of generosity as regards the extras we provide and I request that you take what you want and leave the remainder. And please leave all receptacles in place as these are not included in the package. As regards privacy, you are within the curtilage of our own home and while the apartment is entirely separate to the Main House, we would expect you to appreciate the peace and tranquility of your surroundings.
I was born and brought up in Somerset where I developed my love for the countryside and all that goes with it. I moved to London after leaving school where I worked in Interior Design and Millinery before then moving to Warwickshire with my husband and four children as we wanted our children to enjoy the country upbringing that we both benefitted from ourselves. We love our animals, horses and dogs. We enjoy gardening, cooking, theatre and music and we make the most of our close proximity to Stratford-upon-Avon with all the theatre and culture that it offers.
I am delighted to be hosting airbnb guests in the Coach House and watching how much my guests appreciate our efforts to make it the special space that it is.