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Reviewed May 22, 2017

Our extended family - usually about 12 of us - make an annual pilgrimage to Stratford from Michigan. We squeeze three plays in on a Friday and Saturday and have found a home at the Agincourt. Terry, the owner, allows us to book the house and we forego the breakfast because the crew has such varied waking times. It's great to have kitchens because we enjoy cooking; usually Saturday night's meal is cooking in crockpots while we're at the matinee. The front porch is amazing - a great place for the whole family to gather. It's a nice walk to the theaters, restaurants and bars. Usually we top the whole week-end off with a trip to the farmers market in downtown Stratford and then head for home. Lovely town and lovely accommodations!

Room tip: Rooms are on the 2nd and 3rd floors. If climbing stairs is difficult you may have issues.
Date of stay: May 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank Sue P
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Reviewed November 13, 2016 via mobile

We have just came home from a lovely day and night in Stratford where we stayed at Agincourt Manor for the night . We had a 2 and half hour drive to get here from Innisfil , and when we arrived , only a half an hour before we had to leave for our show . Terry , our host showed us to our suite , which was very pleasantly surprising, we hadn't expected a whole apartment !! But that's exactly what we got ! We stayed in the Devonsleigh which is on the 3rd floor of the house . I would say to anyone considering booking , make sure you ask which floor if you have any trouble with stairs as they are quite steep and a little workout if youre carrying your case etc . The decor is exactly as it should be and fits perfectly with this style of home ....Shabby Chic I'd almost call it . Very clean and spacious , lovely antique style lamps everywhere ( which I love ). The king size bed was extremely comfortable and myself my husband and 9 year old son ( yes you read that right!) all had a great sleep with plenty of room.
We went to our show at the Avon Theatre which was literally a 4 minute drive from the house, maybe a 20 min walk . Had a great time there , and we had loads of restaurant choices when we got there . Everything from Steaks to Thai , sushi and burgers . We chose Downie street burger and all enjoyed it immensely.
We got back to the apartment and settled in for the night , all cozy in the living room with full rogers cable to watch movies .
Breakfast is at 9 am , served by our lovely host Terry , we had Pancakes with scrambled eggs and peameal bacon , some coffee cake on the table , with tea and coffee and orange juice . The apartment is also stocked with tea and a coffee maker with cream and sugar . Full size fridge and a full kitchen if you don't want to eat out .
We were the only people at breakfast and it was very intimate and enjoyable . Terry is a great host and very knowledgeable of the area .
We will definitely stay here again when we go back to see a show . Can't wait to be honest!

Date of stay: November 2016
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank jackie a
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Reviewed November 1, 2016 via mobile

For my 50th birthday, my boyfriend booked a romantic getaway for us in Stratford. The plan was fine dining (we went to The Prune - fabulous!!!!), followed by MacBeth (didn't understand the language, but It was fantastic none-the-less) and finally a night in a romantic bed and breakfast. I guess two out of three ain't bad.
Agincourt Manor is a beautiful century old building in a good location. It has 4 apartment style suites, each with full kitchen and seating area. The two suites on the second level have 2 bedrooms and the two on the third level have 1.
We walked into our suite at the back of the manor on the third level, the "Sommerset Suite", and were immediately taken aback by the, let's call it, 'retro' decor. I felt like I was in a furnished rooming house, not a $179 per night bed and breakfast. The owners took over the manor 20 years ago and I'm certain most of the furniture was older than that, but not old enough to be called antique (except the cool 1950s stove in the kitchen). I've sold better furniture in yard sales. The biggest disappointments were the bedroom and bathroom. They were clean, and the bed was comfortable, but those are the only good things I can say about them. There was nothing attractive about any of it. I'm pretty sure the bed spread was as old as I am, as it was tattered and faded, and the linens in the bathroom were about the same.....scratchy and small. On their website, they say the bed is "attractive". Really? NOT a chance!
If you're staying for an extended period and need the basic ammenities, this is your place, but if you're looking for a romantic getaway, don't choose the Sommerset Suite. When my boyfriend booked, there was no indication which suite we were getting, just that we were getting one with a single bedroom. We won't make that mistake again.

We let ourselves into the other suites because the doors were open and they weren't being rented. There was a WORLD of difference between our suite and the others. The decor was less institutional and perhaps a bit more stylish??? They were still fairly "retro", but somehow were more inviting and attractive.

Now for breakfast: 9 am sharp, non-negotiable. The dining room was full of antiques and old world decor. The owners (I couldn't tell you their names because they didn't tell us) were friendly and pleasant. We were waited on by the husband. He was kind and welcoming, and quickly served us our tea and coffee. He entertained us with the history of the mansion. Breakfast itself left much to be desired. There were some cakes on the table which were tasty but nothing to write home about. On our plate was a dollop of scrambled eggs, 2 small slices of dry peameal bacon, and spoonful of McCain frozen hash brown potatoes, all placed in their respective "corners" of the plate. I could've made a more impressive breakfast using a microwave! Seriously!?!?!? We're paying $179 plus tax. Give us a meal to remember for the right reasons.

I've stayed at other bed and breakfasts for less money and have not been the least bit disappointed. The meal has always been fantastic and the room has always been beautiful.

Needless to say, this was a bit of a disappointment for the purpose of our getaway. Despite the fact that the room was clean, the property beautiful, and the owners pleasant, I don't think we'll be patrons at this establishment again.

Date of stay: October 2016
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
3  Thank Patricia M
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Reviewed October 19, 2016

This was our first bed and breakfast stay because we always thought we would be sharing space with the owners. Agincourt Manor has its own self-contained suites with a living room,kitchen, bed and bath. We even had a jaccuzi bathtub. The suite was tastefully decorated and spotless. Breakfast was excellent in the elegant dining room. We shared theatre experiences with the other guests and make new friends.. It was delightful. Excellent and comfortable accomodations and so quiet. I would recommend to everyone to stay here.

Room tip: If you have mobility issues, let the staff know at booking. There are stairs.
Date of stay: October 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank bizzqueen
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Reviewed October 16, 2016 via mobile

Celebrating a milestone birthday, escaping to beautiful Stratford and this grand old lady the Agincourt Manor.

Settled in a community of stunning homes and tree lined streets your little more than a nice walk from the downtown area.

The "suites" are really small apartments. Ours, the Chatsworth is rather large with two bedrooms straddling a fully supplied and functional kitchen, living room with dining area. Perfect for two girls escaping for the weekend!!

Beds are comfy and there is a huge wrap around porch to while away any free time you might have! A gourmet breakfast to set you up for the day of exploring.

A great find and very reasonably priced!

Date of stay: October 2016
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank SBishop18
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