Tredington for a Traditional Rural Holiday: Searching for a country cottage holiday in Warwickshire? Country Cottages Online can help you find a great place to stay. Tredington in Warwickshire is a small and pretty village surrounded by beautiful countryside through which the River Stour flows. The old parish church of St. Gregory’s has the record for having the tallest spire in the county. With stone-built houses, tree-lined streets and pretty gardens, Tredington is a great place for a rural retreat break.
About Cottage Breaks in Tredington
Holidaymakers taking a self-catering holiday in Tredington can shop at Shipston-on-Stour, a market town only two miles away. This town has attractive buildings, having thrived in the wool industry of the 19th century. As an important stop for old coaching routes, many traditional inns still remain. Its village hall hosts events and social gatherings. The town also hosts annual events and it is becoming more well-known as a place to visit. For music lovers, Shipston Proms is held every summer, with local musicians providing live music and a lively street party. Shipston’s connection to the wool trade is evident at the annual Wool Fair.
Tredington benefits from an excellent location for discovering some of the best of Warwickshire. The historical town of Warwick with its impressive castle is just 14 miles away, Stratford upon Avon, the heart of Shakespeare’s Country is only 8 miles away and the fine town of Royal Leamington Spa is 17 miles away so there is alot to enjoy on a cottage holiday in this area of Warwickshire.
Book a Tredington cottage and look forward to discovering some of the best of Warwickshire on holiday.