My wife and I stayed at Lawford Hill Farm along with my sister and husband and cousins from Australia and Holland. Our room was situated in the old part built in 1773 and though not huge was perfectly adequate with built in facilities including toilet and shower. A TV is provided as was WiFi connectivity. Our bed was very comfortable, if a little smaller than we are used to. Due to the prevailing wind the room was a little chilly of a morning in a very unseasonal June, although an electric heater was available for use if required. In winter the room is heated by two large radiators.
There was a wonderful view out over the front garden with trees lawns and shrubs. One monstrous scots pine was planted when the farm was extended in 1840 making it over 170 years old. The gardens are extensive spreading over 1 acre. Our cousins stayed in the self catering part of the complex one of which was sufficiently large that we were all able to congregate during the evening. There was a problem with hot water supplies to one of the rooms but this was delt with as rapidly as possible.
There was an excellent choice of breakfast from full english with fried, poached or boiled eggs down to toast and coffee. The bread was home made with the butter, bacon and sausages all produced locally.
Down the road approx 2 miles away was a local pub called The Smithy in Church Lawford which provides excellent meals at very reasonable prices all day long.
As the farm is out in quite countryside being situated between Coventry and Rugby,but only a couple of miles out of Rugby itself, a car is essential for getting around. Stratford-on Avon is about 30 minutes drive away.
We also ate at and explored Coombe Abbey now a large Hotel and conference centre, and the Huntsman Carvery in the medieval village of Dunchurch (see other reviews).
Finally our thanks the Don and Susan our hosts for making our stay so pleasant.