Travelodge Stratford Upon Avon
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Across the road from supermarket and has free parking but is a little way out of town, beds were uncomfortable and it was very warm inside the room. We attempted to leave the window open but our room was right above the outdoor smoking area thus we had the smell of smoke wafting through the window and the noise of people talking while smoking both late at night and early in the morning.
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