Farm Stay

North Warwickshire Tourism

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English Tourism Council
Awarded 4 Stars


FAQ

How do I Book?

Book either by e-mail, booking formor telephone.  After your initial enquiry I will confirm availability, you make a provisional booking, confirmed by you in writing, together with a deposit of £50 within 7 days.  I will then send you confirmation.

What is Included?

All bed linen including duvets, are provided.

Each guest is supplied with a soft bath sheet, hand towel and facecloth.

There is a good supply of tea, coffee, sugar, salt, pepper, washing up liquid.

Soap, toilet paper, tissues are also provided.

In the laundry are two washing machines,  a tumble dryer, airing rack, irons and boards.  Payphone, books, brochures, maps and games also live in the laundry. Bramley, Milne and Arden have their own freezer, washing machine and dryer. Brooke and Eliot have their own freezer.

There is a freezer in the laundry with home prepared meals for guests to purchase.  Jams, marmalade and honey are also available. 

All heating and electricity is included.


How do I Pay?

Payment may be made by cheque, credit/debit card, cash or travellers cheque.

The balance after deposit is due 4 weeks before arrival.

Cancellation fees - more than 4 weeks before arrival; the deposit is forfeit.  Less than 4 weeks and I shall require the full price unless I can re-let the cottage.

For bookings made less than 4 weeks before arrival, the total amount is payable on booking.

V.A.T. is charged at the current rate.

Lettings usually commence on Friday but this is not a definite rule.

The cottage will normally be available from 3.00pm but may be earlier if requested.  Please vacate your cottage by 10.00am

Dining

There are many excellent pubs, restaurants and takeaways within easy reach.  A superb Chinese restaurant and take-away in Atherstone or super fish and chips in Kingsbury.

Pets

Well behaved pets are welcome at Hipsley and there are some wonderful walks for them round the farm.  Guests are requested to clear up after their pets on any mown areas. Pets must not be left unattended in any cottage