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The most luxurious Airbnbs in Stratford

By Kailie Annetts

Minutes from the Stratford Festival theatres, restaurants, the Avon river parks and shopping, you must see these luxurious Airbnbs in Stratford, Ontario.

You know you deserve an escape from the hustle and bustle of the daily grind.

With its theatre, art, fine dining and shopping Stratford is the perfect destination for a few days of indulgence and pleasures.

So why not live it up with some of your close friends in a beautiful Airbnb?

Whether you need a place to stay for a night or a week, these luxurious Stratford Airbnbs are worth a look.

1) August’s Manor (10 minutes from Stratford)

This villa located a 10-minute drive from Stratford is not only a charming and beautiful residence, it can also host up to sixteen guests at a time!

Located in the nearby hamlet of Sebringville, August Manor sits on fifty acres of land, has a beautiful garden and patio, with plenty of space.

For $498 a night you can enjoy a game of pool, take a steam in the sauna, and unwind on this gorgeous rural property. This spot would be perfect for a big family vacation to see some wonderful Stratford Festival plays while also letting you explore the Perth County countryside.
 

 
2) Rundles Morris House (Minutes to the theatres, Avon river parks and shopping)

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The fine dining at Rundles has been celebrated in international food guides, but less well known is the opportunity to experience a night in the gorgeous Morris House next door.

With two bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, this apartment has large windows, modern features and a beautiful stainless steel kitchen you will wish was yours. You won’t regret your weekend of luxury when you stay at the Rundles Morris House in Stratford.

This deluxe suite is available for $496 a night.

Morris House accommodates five guests.

 

3) Square B+B (5-10 minute walk to downtown theatres)

Jerry, has one of the best reviewed Airbnbs in Stratford.

Square B+B is a new, bright and open second-floor space that comfortably accommodates up to 5 people. Continental breakfast is provided with coffee/tea.

This elegant spot has great wifi!

4) Renovated Victorian Charm (near the Avon River)

This beautiful Victorian house, built in 1908 near the Avon River, is just steps away from downtown shops and restaurants. The home was recently redeveloped into a contemporary 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom layout with an open concept kitchen and living area on the main floor.

The back yard has a covered outdoor space for BBQs and relaxing with friends.

5) Two Bedroom Flat (restaurant row)

This flat located directly across from the downtown marketplace is sure to make any stay in Stratford memorable.

Tastefully decorated, this condo can comfortably accommodate four people with two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a comfy living room.

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After a show enjoy drinks on the rooftop patio before heading off to sleep.

For $379 a night you can walk to the Festival, Avon river and a variety of fabulous restaurants.

6) Avery’s Inn Next Door (closest to all theatres)

The folks at Avery House Bed & Breakfast, a top-rated and long-running B&B on TripAdvisor, are the owners and creators of Avery’s Inn Next Door, which just opened a couple of years ago.

The entirely renovated home has 4 gorgeous suites, each with air conditioning and in-room thermostats, mini-refrigerator, microwave, coffee-maker, flat screen TV, and free Wifi.

Unlike the B&B, breakfast is not included at Avery’s Inn.


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Your hosts, John and Amanda, have only just started listing their Inn on Airbnb, so you won’t find reviews on that site, but both properties have great reviews on TripAdvisor.

If you’re new to Airbnb, or would simply rather not upload your government identification to Airbnb, you can book via the telephone, 519-273-1220 , or their website.

BOOK SOON

Book soon, the theatre reviews have been excellent so it’s going to be a busy season.

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Kailie Annetts is a Stratford native but now resides in the depths of Toronto with an interest in storytelling and the written word. Read more about Kailie Annetts


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