The Glebe at Barford near Warwick, Warwickshire was built in the 1820s as a rectory to the Church of St. Peter, which stands adjacent to the hotel's grounds. The house remained private until 1948, when it was turned into a small country house hotel.
The hotel consists of thirty-nine bedrooms, conference and wedding facilities for up to 110 people, free car parking and the Glebe Leisure Club.
Set in the heart of England, the Glebe at Barford is perfectly situated, being a short distance from Stratford-upon-Avon, the home of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Warwick town with its medieval castle, historic Kenilworth, the spa town of Leamington and the beautiful areas of the cotswolds to mention but a few of the places worth visiting. This makes it a perfect base for the discerning traveller and, with the M40 Junction 15 only one mile away, a relaxing stop for the businessman and woman.