Virginia Lodge Guest House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVirginia Lodge Guest House Stratford-upon-Avon
This Guest house was conveniently located on Groove St. It was about a kilometre walk from the station and about a five to 10 minute walk into town. The owners were very nice and helpful.
Breakfast was included and you had the choice of granola and yogurt, english breakfast, scrambled eggs, and vegetarian breakfast. The breakfast area was charming.
The rooms were small but comfy and clean.
Overall, the price for the stay was great value for money as for the two nights it cost 52 pound in total. Definitely recommend staying here.
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