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Trinity Cottage


No Pets
Local Pub
12-24 Mbps
A stay in Stratford-upon-Avon is always a magical experience and Trinity Cottage provides the perfect accommodation for your holiday here. Less than a ten minute walk from the Royal Shakespeare Theatre you are ideally positioned for taking in the sights and sounds and enjoying the cultural offerings. Trinity Cottage combines modern and traditional styles with contemporary greys, classic fittings, and elements of wood. With three comfortable bedrooms, a stunning family bathroom and two WC rooms the cottage is well-equipped for your stay. The living room has a wood burner and the kitchen is a spacious room where you will enjoy both preparing meals and sharing them with your family and friends. Outside is an enclosed garden for children to play safely and there is a set of furniture.
Full Description
Set on a quiet terraced street not far from Holy Trinity Church where you’ll find Shakespeare’s grave, Trinity Cottage is a hidden gem. Stepping into this comfortable cottage you’ll instantly feel at home. The living room with its wood burner invite you to take a seat on the sofa and rest your legs after your journey. With a minimalist, contemporary style flashes of colour have been added which draw you through the hallway, past the eye-catching green cloakroom, to the kitchen/diner at the rear. Here is a wooden dining table and chairs and a well-equipped kitchen which has been styled with grey units and all the equipment you could need. Upstairs are three stylish bedrooms, two doubles and a single, to suit a number of different groups. The master bedroom has an en-suite WC which is as equally stylish as the rest of the house. Finishing the first floor is the bathroom with a modern claw-foot bath and rainfall shower.

From the kitchen glass doors open out to the patio and lawned garden where you can enjoy meals at the wooden table and chairs. A short walk takes you into the centre of Stratford-upon-Avon where you can enjoy shows at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, visit his birthplace, dine in style at one of the amazing restaurants or venture further afield into the Cotswolds.

Ground Floor

Living Room:
Stepping straight into the living room you instantly feel this cottage’s character. The wooden floors flow through to the hallway stairs and your eye catches the mustard yellow details and wood burner. A sofa and armchairs provide space for the group where you can curl up with a book or watch the news with your morning coffee.

The spacious kitchen is a chef’s dream. Wooden worktops wrap around one side with contemporary grey units sitting alongside a Belfast sink and traditional feature taps. The double oven is perfect for cooking up a feast which you can enjoy at the industrial style dining table overlooking the garden through patio doors.

Not usually a feature that you’d shout about, at Trinity Cottage it is a hidden oasis. With deep green walls, bright white tiles and foliage inspired artwork it is a lovely addition to this cottage.

First Floor

Family Bathroom:
At the top of the stairs is the family bathroom, blending traditional styles with modern touches. The tiled floor has a wooden effect while the walls are a crisp white. Above the clawfoot bath is a rainfall shower with classic fittings, and there is a sink and WC. Fill the tub with bubbles and take your time to enjoy this lovely room.

Bedroom One:
The first bedroom has a double bed looking out over the garden to the houses beyond. The metal bed frame sits between two bedside tables and there is a shelf with hanging space for keeping your clothes. Wonderfully plump bedding will help you drift off in this quiet room towards the back of the house.

Bedroom Two:
The second double bedroom is larger with an exposed brick wall painted a light grey adding interest to the room. Above is an antler style light fitting, another touch of character. There is a wardrobe and chest of drawers and a full-length mirror to get ready before heading out for a meal on nearby Sheep Street.

The second bedroom benefits from an en-suite with a WC and sink. An industrial wood and metal unit holds the sink beneath a large mirror in a wooden frame. This handy en-suite will make getting ready in the mornings a breeze.

Bedroom Three:
Finishing this cottage is the single bedroom. Providing flexibility for groups of friends or perfect for a child it has a full-sized bed and a wardrobe with drawers for storage.


To the rear of the cottage is a lawned garden with a patio and shrubbery planted along the side. A table and four chairs give space for taking breakfast outside or enjoying an evening drink once the children are tucked away in bed. Parking is available on the streets nearby and a permit is provided for one car.
Full List of Facilities


  • Bedroom One - Double
  • Bedroom Two - Double
  • Bedroom Three - Single
  • 1 Bathroom - Family bathroom
  • Hair dryer - 1
  • Fire - No logs or kindling provided
  • Oven
  • Hob
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Coffee machine - Nespresso
  • Dishwasher
  • Dining table - Seats 6
  • Washing machine
  • Iron
  • WiFi *Please note that speeds are for guidance only and are not guaranteed - 12-24 Mbps
  • TV - Smart
  • Sound system - Sonos system


  • Garden
  • Outdoor dining area
  • No BBQ available
On your Doorstep
Supermarkets and Shopping:

There is an M&S Foodhall and a Tesco at Maybird Shopping Park (1 miles) and a Morrisons by Stratford station (1 mile).

Eating Out:
The Vintner (9-minute walk)
Lambs (9-minute walk)
The Opposition (9-minute walk)
Loxleys Restaurant & Wine Bar (9-minute walk)


Opposite the cottage is Holy Trinity Church where William Shakespeare was married and later buried. There is a lovely walk around the church and along the river. The cottage is situated a 5-minute walk from the bustling town centre. There are lots of restaurants, cafes and shops.

Places to Visit:
Royal Shakespeare Theatre (8-minute walk)
Tudor World Museum (9-minute walk)
Shakespeare’s Birthplace (12-minute walk)

There is so much to discover in the Cotswolds, why not have a look at some of our favourite Bolthole Retreats Experiences.
Points of Note
  • Book with us to get exclusive discounts to top attractions and experiences.
  • A parking permit is provided in the cottage, please display this in your windscreen when parking on New Street. Please return your permit at the end of your stay as these are timely and expensive to replace. You will be charged £80 if a replacement is required.
  • Alternative paid parking is available at the 24hr NCP car park Rother Street multi storey (0.5 mile). Church Street paid parking (0.3 mile) is open Mon-Fri 4pm to 8am, and all day weekends and bank holidays. On street parking spaces may be found near Trinity Cottage with a 2 hour limit for loading/unloading.


Great location and really cosy, felt right at home.

| 27/11/2023

Lovely house in a great, peaceful location and easy to walk into the centre of Stratford.

| 10/11/2023

Really lovely house situated conveniently for all the major tourist activities. The place was clean and comfortable with parking available outside. We had a lovely stay.

| 25/10/2023

Lovely property, I’d rent it again. Lovely decor and very clean, A great location to be able to walk into the town. The kitchen space was super.

| 29/09/2023

A lovely little well-kept house. Perfect location for a short riverside walk to tourist attractions, Trinity Church, the RSC theatre and the town centre.

| 22/09/2023


Stratford-upon-Avon is a year-round destination, with Trinity Cottage less than a mile’s walk of everything the town has to offer, including the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Shakespeare Birthplace, Tudor World, Magic Alley, a huge choice of eating and drinking venues, a farmers’ market, high street names and independent shops and boutiques. The Maybird Shopping Park, with an M&S Food Store is just a 5 minutes’ drive. In addition, Warwick Castle, Kenilworth Castle and Royal Leamington Spa are just 10-15 miles away and the Cotswolds, Oxford, Blenheim Palace and Silverstone are all within a 50-minute drive.