With Free off street parking and free Wi-Fi, this charming Bed & Brekfast has an old fashioned English feel but with modern amenities. Located within easy walking distance of Shakespeare's Birthplace and the theatres, Anne Hathaway's Cottage, Stratford racecourse and Stratford's excellent restaurants. We hope to make your stay as peaceful and comfortable as possible, with tasty breakfasts and light and airy rooms.
4.6 on November 10, 2012
Welcomed warmly with a pot of tea, homemade shortbread and tourist information. Breakfast was a delight with fresh and home made products. Bill is ever so nice and helpfull, even dropped me off at the busstop at the day of departure! Well recomended!
4.8 on May 30, 2011
I've recently had a return weekend visit to Moss Cottage. It was as outstanding as ever- a warm, friendly welcome from Bill, with a cup of tea and cake very much appreciated after the journey, and the excellent breakfasts which I remembered from last time. Bill uses good quality, locally sourced produce and so the bacon, sausage and eggs are of a really high standard. Make sure you give yourself time to enjoy Moss Cottage preserves often made from local fruit with delicious toast.Plenty of up to date information about what is going on in and around Stratford is helpfully displayed. Having a front door key to enable you to come and go during the day is really helpful. There is a regular bus service to town- although not on Sundays and Public Holidays- but it is only 15 minutes to walk into the centre of Stratford. If you like racing and go when Stratford races are on, it's about 10 minutes to walk to the racecourse. Last time I was pleased with the bedroom and en suite bathroom. This time, I was even more delighted. There was a new and extremely comfortable mattress and a new TV, well-positioned in the bedroom. The bathroom is spotless and Bill keeps the tea, coffee and biscuits generously topped up throughout the visit. Another really excellent experience.
5 on April 26, 2010
This was 2nd visit to Moss Cottage,this time as a birthday treat,which was also Easter weekend. Bill was as welcoming as always and his banana homemade cake,was to die for. My room had a new tv in,from last time and i was in my element. :o) Being abit of a fussy eater,nothing was too much trouble for Bill to prepare,long live his breakfast triffle. :o)
5 on March 26, 2010
My mother, my aunt and I came to Stratford, the birthplace of Shakespeare, to get away from the city. We had an incredible time here, the town was absolutely charming. We stayed in the Moss Cottage Bed and Breakfast. My aunt got a tip from her friend. The place was incredibly clean. The best thing about Moss Cottage was the innkeeper Bill! He was very helpful and went out of his way to make us feel welcome not only in the cottage but also in the town. I would definitely reccomend staying here if you want a relaxing get away and a wonderful breakfast!
4.8 on March 08, 2010
my wife and i stopped here on sat march 06, Bill the owner could not have been more accomadating, breakfast was made with a special touch(try Bills breakfast triffle). the rooms are very clean and nice if the double bed was a little uncumphy. At £50 for the night for both of us complete with breakfast, i call that remarkable value for money, Bill even de frosted our car for us, we will be back.
4.2 on December 14, 2009
We had a lovely weekend break. The rooms are very comfortable; however, the service and attention is what makes this place special. The breakfast with locally sourced produce was wonderful.
4.2 on November 04, 2009
I had a lovely mini break,exploring the sights of Stratford-Upon-Avon. There was a welcoming cup of tea and some homemade cake,after a long and tiring journey. Host made us feel very welcome,our room was clean,warm and very comfortable. Took away with me,the recipe for the breakfast trifle,which was the busniess.
4.8 on November 02, 2009
First impressions are excellent with a warm and friendly welcome, and with lots of information readily available about what is going on in the area. The rooms are light, airy and spacious. You have comfortable beds, very pleasant en suite facilities, a TV, tea and coffee regularly topped up- and nice biscuits. Interesting reading material is provided- I had an interesting early Peter Ackroyd novel amongst a range of choices. Breakfast is outstanding. Choose what you want from an extensive menu the night before and indicate when you will be eating (between 8.00 a.m. and 9.00 a.m.). You will come down to the sound and smells of your breakfast being prepared- lovely local bacon, sausages and eggs and marvellous home made bread for the toast! Prior to your choice of the cooked breakfast, don't forget Bill's homemade 'breakfast trifle'. It is fantastic. Moss Cottage is a 15/20 minute walk from Ann Hathaway's Cottage, Stratford Race Course and rather less than that to the Town Centre. Bill will tell you the short cut- also about 15 minutes- if you want to aim first for Holy Trinity Church and the river. The 28 bus runs from just outside Moss Cottage and there is a service every half hour from Mondays to Saturdays (no service on Sundays). Immaculately kept, genuinely friendly and welcoming, comfortable and with an excellent breakfast, Moss Cottage is a lovely place to stay and extremely convenient for the centre of Stratford as well as the immediate surroundings.
Just on the edge of town.
Birmingham, England, United Kingdom 30 miles
Located on the B439 to the south west of Stratford upon Avon. Follow signs for racecourse. We are just after Halford Road. If coming from the west, drive on the A422, turn right into Church Road, round the Bell pub in Shottery, then onto Hathaway Lane, left onto the B439 and we are 200 yards on the right. Please note that the house numbering on Evesham Road is sequential (rather than odd numbers one side and even the other).
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Hourse Racing at Stratford races within 10 minutes, Races at Warwick races just 20 minutes drive., Royal Shakespeare Company., Shakespeares Birthplace, Trinity Church, Close to theatres, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Zoo
Moss Cottage Breakfast trifle.
Home made greek yogurt layered with granola, then topped with sliced dried apricots and drizzled honey. A deliciuos start to your breakfast before tucking into your Full English.