We have no accommodation on site. If you like, you can bring a caravan or a tent and stay on the airfield at no charge.

Stratford upon Avon is a tourist centre, and there is plenty of inexpensive Bed-and-Breakfast accommodation there. Stratford is three minutes away from Snitterfield (by glider, that is – by road, tourist traffic plays a big part in the journey).

There are a few places to stay in the local villages. These are some that we know about within ten minutes (by road) of the airfield, and which have a web site. We have good reports of these, but it’s just a list, and it’s up to you which, if any, you choose to visit.

  • The Hill Cottage Bed & Breakfast
    Kings Lane
    Warwickshire CV37 0QA

BookCottages is a site that has a lot of cottages available in and around Stratford, which you can book online.

Cool Camping has something for you whether it’s swimming in the River Avon, watching a play in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Theatre, visiting the Shakespeare Museum, or taking a boat trip, there’s plenty for campers to do on any camping trip around Stratford Upon Avon and campervanning for those looking to explore Warwickshire.

Independent Cottages provide owned self-catering holiday cottages and holiday accommodation in Stratford-upon-Avon, Cotswolds. You can book directly with the owners and save on booking fees.

Accommodation Britain is a site that gives a pretty big choice of accommodation in Warwickshire within 20 minutes drive of the airfield.

Googling for STRATFORD AVON BED BREAKFAST or STRATFORD AVON HOTEL will lead you to plenty of accommodation web sites. These tend to be selective in what they advertise, though, so they’re not at all exhaustive. Also, there are hotels that are jumping on the tourism bandwagon by claiming to be in Stratford whereas they’re really twenty miles away.

If you’re visiting Stratford, there’s a tourist guide to Shakespeare’s Stratford here which tells you about a lot of things going on in the area, local services, restaurants, and accommodation. Our neighbours are the Stratford Armouries, which houses a collection of antique weapons and armour, WWII relics, and now also the Wellington Aviation Museum.