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TravelPod Member ReviewsAshgrove House Stratford-upon-Avon
I recently stayed here for 3 nights and had a very pleasant time. The hosts, Iain and Dianne, were friendly and helpful without being intrusive. When my camera died, they gave me good advice on where I could get another one locally - thanks for this as I was rather stressed over losing a day's photos - of the Cotswolds of all places!
I would recommend this Guest House to anyone visiting Stratford.
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... do with money and power--yes, I can see the point), we had an unexpectedly stimulating afternoon.
We may well go back to a proper meeting one Sunday.
Another attraction is that the Bakers Arms is just round the corner.
Good cider and OK Ploughman's but we'll have to try out the Sunday roast before the final verdict.
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