Simple pleasures abound at The Caversham House!
The freshly styled Edwardian home breathes last century’s ambiance while providing the modern comforts of today and central air conditioning. Sun-filled rooms are invitingly furnished with beautiful linens, original artwork and include private washrooms for a luxurious and relaxing escape.
Guests can explore Caversham’s tastefully curated areas from our spacious front porch to inviting front garden, and the guest lounge and dining room filled with treasures from your host’s travels abroad.
Built in 1906 for Charles Farquharson, this classic red brick house is a fine example of Edwardian architecture. Many architectural features have been carefully preserved to keep the spirit of the house alive.
Nestled on a quiet tree-lined street in the heart of downtown Stratford, The Caversham House is walking distance to the Festival Theatre, Avon and Studio Theatres. As well, it is just a short walk to the newly re-designed Tom Patterson Theatre which Globe and Mail predicts “will become one of the most important cultural venues in the country.” Just a few blocks from the city’s finest shops, restaurants, and picturesque parks, guests have many opportunities to experience Stratford’s delights.
In the Links section, Emily has compiled a list of Stratford’s finest restaurants, downtown shopping destinations and artistic treasures of the city. Always ready to share her love for Stratford, Emily has many suggestions for any type of outing you are craving during your stay.