Rural Accommodation

Bianca and Whitley Elm Cottages

Self Catering
 -  £545.00
Notes : per week
Bianca and Whitley Elm Cottages
Case Lane, Mousley End
CV35 7JE
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Owner Information
Clive Bevins
Phone : +44 (0) 1926 484577
Whitley Elm Cottages offer self catering holiday cottages in Warwickshire.

With part of the ancient Forest of Arden as a backdrop, these four holiday cottages have been converted from a 250 year old barn in the grounds of this heritage property, an old Tudor Manor House dating back to 1453. Situated in the rural hamlet of Mousley End and surrounded by the beautiful Warwickshire countryside the cottages are easily approached along a quiet winding country lane. In the main house, in Elizabethan days, William Shakespeare reputedly drank his ale.
Accept Children 
Access to Golf Course 
Baby Sitting 
Business Facilities 
Cycle Storage 
Dish Washer 
Facilities for Children 
Fishing Nearby 
Four Poster Bed 
Garden Patio 
Internet Access 
Laundry Facilities 
Linen Provided 
Parking On-Site 
Pets Accepted 
Working Farm 


Things to see and do in Warwickshire

Shakespeares Birthplace
Shakespeares Birthplace

Shakespeare's Birthplace is a carefully restored 16th century half-timbered house situated in Henley Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England, where it is believed that William Shakespeare was born in 1564 and spent his childhood years.
Arbury Hall and Gardens
Arbury Hall and Gardens

Arbury Hall is regarded as the 'Gothic Gem' of the Midlands, and has been lovingly shaped through the years by the Newdigate family, most importantly by Sir Roger Newdigate. The House contains a fine collection of Chelsea and oriental porcelain, furniture by Chippendale and Hepplewhite and paintings by such notable artists as Lely, Reynolds, Romney and Devis.
Edgehill Battlefield
Edgehill Battlefield

The Battle of Edgehill, on Sunday 23rd October 1642, saw the army of the Earl of Essex, the parliamentarian Lord General, and the King’s army clash in the first major action of the Civil War in England. It was fought in the open fields between the villages of Radway and Kineton in Warwickshire. The battle of Edgehill, or Kineton Fight as it was sometimes known, was intended to be the one great battle to decide the war, but ended very much as a bloody stalemate with the King gaining a slight advantage.
Heritage Motor Centre
Heritage Motor Centre

The Heritage Motor Centre is a British motor museum and research centre, located at Gaydon in Warwickshire, England. The centre is open to the public, and houses a collection of important vehicles, celebrating Britain's motoring heritage. It is affiliated to the British Motorcycle Charitable Trust.
Avon Air Centre
Avon Air Centre

A specialist flight operator offering scenic pleasure flights over Stratford Upon Avon and The Cotswolds.
Charlecote Park
Charlecote Park

Charlecote Park is a grand 16th century country house in a deer park on the banks of the River Avon, 6 km east of Stratford-upon-Avon.
Hatton Country World
Hatton Country World

Hatton Farm Village is full of different activities such as Guinea Pig Village, Adventure Land and much more.
Coxs Yard
Coxs Yard

Entertainment complex in the centre of Stratford Upon Avon, offering live music, theatre, business meetings and conferences, food, drink and shopping. When in 1839, James Cox moved his fledgling timber merchant's business to Avon Bridge Wharf, he could never have imagined that over 160 years later visitors would be arriving at the same site to be welcomed to a new family entertainment complex called Cox's Yard.
Royal Shakespeare Theatre
Royal Shakespeare Theatre

Set on the banks of the River Avon, Stratford upon Avon is home to the internationally recognised Royal Shakespeare Company. Shakespeare's plays and the works of other classics and contemporary writers are performed here throughout the year.
Kenilworth Castle
Kenilworth Castle

Kenilworth Castle is a castle located in Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England. The medieval castle is known for its extensive water defences, and the great siege by the future Edward I in 1266, plus the ruins of the ornate Great Hall built by John of Gaunt.