Paul and Dreen Tozer welcome you to Victoria Spa Lodge. An attractive Victorian 1837 building, originally built as a Spa, the hotel and pump rooms were later divided into three separate residences. Queen Victoria graciously gave her name to the hotel, and her coat-of-arms is built into the gables.
Situated in a country setting overlooking Stratford canal. Seven beautifully appointed bedrooms, all en-suite, have colour T.V., radio-alarms, hair-dryers, hot beverage makers, central heating and full fire certificate.
Queen Victoria stayed as a guest, when she was a Princess and it was a Spa; Captain Bruce Bairnsfather (cartoonist creator of “Old Bill” during the Great War) lived here, also Sir Barry Jackson (founder of the Birmingham Repertory Theatre).
Enjoy a full English breakfast or vegetarian (note: we are holders of the Food Hygeine Inspection Silver Award) in a most elegant antique furnished dining room. Open all year, approved by AA, Heart of England Tourist Board, Best B&B, Frommers, and many others.
Rates: From £55 single occupancy. From £70 Per room per night based on 2 sharing.
There is a family room available for up to 5 people - room price available on request.
Plenty of parking available.
4 Star Visit Britain.
AA Family Award.