Marston House Bed and Breakfast in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire.

English Tourism Council - ETC Silver Award

English Tourism Council - ETC 4 Diamonds Award - Guest Accommodation

Looking for a place to stay near Leamington Spa?

Bed and Breakfast in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire. Best places to stay in Warwickshire.Look no further. Come and stay with us, Kim and John Mahon in a superb, private, 1890's country home, Marston House, near Leamington Spa, offering two large, light bedrooms for bed and breakfast (each with its own private bathroom or power shower), in elegantly furnished and comfortable surroundings.

Marston House is in a beautiful and historic conservation village, near the site of an old Priory.

The lane outside our house is known as the Welsh Road. Along it King Edward II marched his army for the Welsh conquests and the sheep were driven to the hills on the borders with Wales visible from the top of the hill.


  • Located in a quiet, safe conservation village in pretty, hilly countryside.

  • Friendly advice on what to see, how to get there or where to eat.  Or eat here if booked in advance. There is also a pub in the village giving you a chance to sample the local ales.

  • Delicious food - Kim both studied and taught at Cordon Bleu in London.  Join us for supper in the kitchen (£29 for 3 courses on a set menu).

  • Alternatively if you would like dinner by yourselves in the dining room please book in advance for not less than four people at a price to be agreed.

  • Strategic location in Central England; Rugby, Stratford, Leamington, Warwick and Oxford are all within 30 - 40 minutes drive. So whether it’s Shakespeare, Castles or the University in which you are interested, be sure to stay with us!

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What to see and where to go?

  • Gaydon Motor Museum, Silverstone Circuit and Stoneleigh National Agricultural Centre are all under half an hour from here.

  • So whether its exhibitions, shows, work, Shakespeare, Castles or the University in which you are interested, come and join the 40% repeat business that Marston House enjoys!

  • Off the tourist trail away from the crowds. Take time to see some less frequented tales of the turbulent past, such as the battle sites of Edgehill & Cropredy and the Rollright Stones - our very own Stonehenge.

  • Stunning gardens such as Kiftsgate, Hidcote, Coton Manor or Ryton Organic Gardens are an easy drive.

  • Or you are welcome to take a book and sit in our own garden and enjoy the setting and, hopefully the sun, on our south facing terrace and drink up the tranquility of our village.

  • National Trust House such as Upton House, Broughton Castle, Canons Ashby, Farnborough Hall, Sulgrave Manor, Althorp Hall and Charlecote Park are all nearby.

  • There are some splendid cross country walks and cycle trails straight from the house (using a map lent by us) and often with a good pub en route for that refreshing glass of something and a delicious plateful to get you going again.

  • English Tourism Council, Guest Accommodation - 4 Diamonds, awarded May 2002.

  • Guests say that they arrive as guests and leave as friends. This may be why such a high proportion of the guests return for another visit.

  • Non Smokers only


  • Single rooms from £70 per person per night

  • Double/twin room from £48 - £60 per person per night

  • Discounts are available for longer stays

  • Both prices include full Marston House English Breakfast which will set you up for the day.

  • We do not accept credit/debit cards. Cheques or cash only.

  • A non-refundable deposit cheque, made payable to Kim Mahon, confirms your booking.

If you cancel within 72 hours of your arrival date the cancellation charge will be 75% of the total charges. We will try hard to re-let the room but, often at short notice, this is not possible.

Finally, a word about us

Kim and John have lived in Priors Marston for over twenty five years and know the history of the area inside out.

We have two adult children, Piers who works in London and Christopher who has his own online business.

What ever you need, learning about local history to borrowing wellies for country walks with your dog we’d be delighted to help.