The Old Post Office is a luxurious and peaceful home, nestled in the enchanting village of Adlestrop. Set in the heart of the North Cotswolds and long famous for Edward Thomas' poem, the tranquil, tiny village of Adlestrop is still home to all the birds of Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire mentioned in the poem.Add The Old Post Office to your Warwick travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Warwick day trip app .
With its two beautifully appointed and luxuriously comfortable bedrooms, The Old Post Office offers luxury bed & breakfast throughout the year.
Virtually equidistant from the dreaming spires of Oxford, the Regency spa town of Cheltenham, the Roman antiquities of Cirencester and the rich Shakespearean heritage of Stratford upon Avon, Adlestrop is perfectly located to explore not simply the treasures of such local towns and cities but also the breathtaking Cotswold countryside, scattered as it is with beautiful houses, castles and gardens. If walking is more your thing, the Cotswold and MacMillan Ways offer access to outings of any and every duration with the countryside of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Warwickshire quite literally on your doorstep.
A peaceful rural village, Adlestrop numbers no more than 80 residents, boasts its own beautiful church dating back to the 13th century and numbers Jane Austen as a former visitor to the rectory, now Adlestrop House, where her uncle had a living. It is believed that Austen used Adlestrop as a model for at least one location in her novel 'Mansfield Park'.
The Old Post Office Reviews
Lovely little pub in the centre of Warwick. Good selection of real ales at reasonable prices. Well worth a visit! more »
Found this place just wondering around the town. What a great place if like me you like real proper beer in a real pub. Locals actually seemed like they liked tourists and made us feel very welcome,so... more »
This cosy pub is small and unique. Has a constant flow of different beers on tap and is just all round quirky. Has a small set of steps needed to get to the bar, the perfect place to have a couple of quiet pints with friends, also takes card.
This is a real quirky place with loads of character. Good range of ales and ciders. Lots to look at hanging from the walls and ceilings. Very friendly environment and lovely chatty people.
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