OPEN PLAN LIVING AREA, 2 BEDROOMS SLEEPING 4, 2 SHOWER ROOMS, OUTSIDE PATIO
Tina and Steven
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Quiet and peacefull
Oak Tree Lodge is a spacious, clean and well presented accommodation. With two bedrooms and two bathrooms and a well equipped kitchen, including a large lounge area it is ideal for a family or two couples to enjoy a holiday to remember.
Oak tree lodge is also a excellent base to explore Warwick with its famous castle, Stratford upon Avon and plenty of National Trust venues.
Peaceful location & excellent accommodation.
Relaxing long weekend, can’t wait to go back!
The lodge was in a brilliant quiet location. Close to Warwick Leamington Spa and Stratford. Very clean and well equipped. Wildlife in abundance. Would definitely stay again
Light, airy, well fitted out, comfortable place to stay in. Home from home.
The standard of the property & its location superb. The little touches for our arrival really good (butter, jams, milk, bread & bottle of wine really appreciated. Cleanliness excellent.
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay.
We had a very pleasant week at Oak tree lodge, well equipped but we felt it would have benefitted from a dining table and chairs, we weren’t keen on the bar stools.
However it was a warm comfortable holiday home.
Lovely accommodation, very comfortable. Lovely little extras. Beautifully decorated. Highly recommended.
Claverdon is a lovely rural Warwickshire Village with a community shop, post office and a number of excellent pubs nearby. The Red Lion and The Crown are within walking distance and the Durham Ox is in nearby Shrewley. The Bluebell, Matricardis, The White Swan, Three Tuns and Black Swan are in Henley-in-Arden and The Crab Mill lies between Claverdon and Henley-in-Arden. Henley-in-Arden also has a good choice of restaurants including, Arden Tandoori, Sans Oriental Restaurant, Thai Cottage, The Curry Republic, La Dolce Pizza, and The Finest Catch.Ardencote Manor is a few minutes away with a nine hole golf course and a leisure centre. There are other excellent golf courses at Snitterfield and Henley-in-Arden. There is a fishing lake just two miles away at Shrewley and Stratford upon Avon Gliding Club is very close by. Claverdon is an ideal rural location from which to explore the beautiful Warwickshire countryside and numerous quaint villages and hamlets featuring a wonderful wealth of history and heritage. Three miles away in the valley of the river Alne is the delightful small medieval market town of Henley in Arden. The high street is a mile long with 227 buildings, 174 of these are listed, and is well worth a visit. Points of interest are the remains of the medieval market cross, the 15th century Guild Hall, 16th century White Swan and several half timbered houses. There are numerous restaurants, gastro and traditional pubs, cafes, coffee shops, individual designer shops, ice cream parlour and banks.Near Claverdon lies the historic market town of Warwick famous for its magnificent medieval castle, antique shops and tea rooms. Nearby Stratford Upon Avon, birthplace and home of the Bard and home of the world famous Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal Shakespeare Theatre and Swan Theatre. Set on the banks of the River Avon, Stratford-Upon-Avon is steeped in history and culture and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK. You can explore the house and garden where William Shakespeare was born and grew up as well as the family farm where his mother grew up and Anne Hathaway's family home before she married the playwright. You can also visit New Place, the site of the grand family home where Shakespeare lived as a successful playwright and Hall's Croft the Tudor home of Shakespeare's daughter Susanna and her husband Dr John Hall. Close by is Holy Trinity Church where Shakespeare was christened and finally buried.As well as performances, the Royal Shakespeare Theatre has many attractions including exhibition, rooftop and riverside restaurants, backstage tours and a 36 metre high tower and viewing platform to see the town's historic landmarks. The town boasts a variety of shopping and leisure facilities and has many quality restaurants and brasseries, parks, gardens, boating, riverside walks and the delightful Butterfly farm.Within a short drive are the charming picturesque beautiful Cotswold villages of Chipping Campden, Broadway, Moreton-in-Marsh with its famous Tuesday outdoor market and beautiful Batsford Arboretum. There are many outstanding National Trust Houses in the region including :- Charlecote Park a 16th century Tudor house and estate, Packwood House a timber framed Tudor house, Baddesley Clinton a moated manor house, Upton House and Gardens dating back to the 12th century Coughton Court with its connections to the Gunpowder Plot of 1605, Snowshill Manor, a traditional Cotswold manor house and garden, Hidcote Manor Gardens internationally renowned near Chipping Campden and Ragley Hall a charming stately home in Alcester.Birmingham city centre with its stylish shopping malls, restaurants and Symphony Hall, is about 20 minutes by train. The National Exhibition Centre is just 20 minutes by car.If you fancy a flutter on the horses, Stratford Upon Avon, Warwick, Worcester And Cheltenham racecourses are all close by.You will not run out of things to see and do in the area. Choose from gardens, castles, water parks, children's farm park, arboretums, museums, fabulous walks, golf, boat hire. Visit a haunted house, take a balloon ride, go horse riding, try clay pigeon shooting, enjoy fabulous farmers' markets, horse racing, country pubs and more.