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The hotel has been inspected by a third party expert in hygiene, cleanliness and disinfection.
The hotel has undergone a self-inspection process on its enhanced protection measures.
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Enjoy traditional English hospitality in the delightful Three Ways House and stay in lovingly furnished rooms with free Wi-Fi. Start the morning in the restaurant with a delicious breakfast and relax in the evenings in Randall's Bar. This guesthouse is also home to the Pudding Club, which samples traditional English puddings.
Service & facilities
Hotel-owned car park Fee per 24 hours 0 GBP
Car park is directly by hotel
Mobile phone reception
Vegetarian food available
Smoke detectors in all rooms
Hallways equipped with fire exstinguishers
Hotel has emergency lighting
Hotel complies with country/state/local fire laws
Emergency exits for each floor
Guest room doors self closing
Hotel staff trained in first aid
TV remote control
Telephone on the desk
Bathroom with bathtub
Bathroom with shower
TV in the bathroom
Parking directly by the hotel
WLAN in room
Number of floors 3,
Total number of rooms 48,
Number of single rooms 2,
Number of double rooms 25,
Reception manned 24 hours a day,
Earliest check-in 15:00,
Latest check-out 11:00,
English-speaking staff available during the day,
English-speaking staff available at night,
Trade fair/conference hotel,
No-smoking room 48,
39.53 km Birmingham International Solihull (Station)
Location of the hotel
Located in the north of the picturesque Cotswold region, the hotel near Stratford-upon-Avon is right in the centre of the charming village of Mickleton. This tranquil village near Hidcote Manor Garden is home to several historic houses, which are covered with thatch and built with limestone from the surrounding countryside.