Dugdale is one of 8 cottages, sleeping 2 - 7. Dugdale (and Drayton which is next to Dugdale and has the same layout but with twin beds) each sleep 2. Downstairs is a living room with colour TV and DVD player. The kitchen is behind the breakfast bar and has an electric cooker, microwave, fridge, cafetiere, hand mixer and is equipped for 4. Up a charming iron spiral staircase to the bedroom which has a 5' kingsize bed under a ceiling full of original beams and a bathroom with a power shower, w.c. and basin.
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Hipsley is set in beautiful, rolling countryside. Enjoy our 9 hole putting green, cook on the BBQ and take a stroll round the farm (1.25 miles). Alternatively, just sit and listen to the birdsong.
J10 M42/A5 is 3 miles; J9 M42/M6 Tollroad is 4 miles, yet we are really off the beaten track.
The perfect location for visiting Stratford, Lichfield, Birmingham. The National Exhibition Centre is only 9 miles away.
The National Forest, Twycross Zoo, Bosworth Battlefield, Lichfield Cathedral, Drayton Manor Park, Millennium Point or Kingsbury Water Park - some are 5 minutes from us, the rest are no more than 30 minutes by car.
Please visit http://www.hipsley.co.uk to find out more about the holiday cottage, amenities, surrounding area and places to visit in Warwickshire.
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Bosworth Battlefield,Kingsbury Water Park, Drayton Manor (and Thomasland), Twycross Zoo, all are within 20 minutes. Birmingham's theatres, museums, shops and restaurants all within 30 minutes. Lichfield's cathedral and wonderful shops, together with the National Arboretum with in 30 minutes.
Nearest Train Station or Airport: Coleshill or Birmingham International
Recommended Places to Visit: Lichfield Market Bosworth Tamworth Birmingham
Recommended Places to Eat Out: San Giovanni in Sheepy Magna Chapel House in Atherstone The Owl in Kingsbury
Local Sports: Golf, Horse Riding, Indoor skiing, Fishing
The small market town of Atherstone sits on the old Roman Watling Street (A5). Hatting was the traditional industry for the town but this finished some time ago, being replaced by small industrial estates and distribution centres. The town has a historic centre based around St. Mary's Church and the Market Square where open markets are held Tuesdays and Fridays.