Four stars is a pretty good rating for Britain's B&B business. But some four stars are better than others. Bradbourne House has the advantage of having Ian Gregory, the avuncular owner of the inn who dispenses advice on getting the most out of a visit to Stratford. A former wallpaper designer who couldn't bring himself to retire, he is a charmer. Mr. Gregory tries to put his guests at ease. In our case it was a little more difficult because of the annual motorcycle rally had bikers roaring up and down the road outside the B&B. Mr. Gregory obliged us by moving our room to the garden side of the house into a sort of hut called The Lodge, a musty smelling, humid enclosure. After two restless nights, he put us in a more agreeable room. He made best efforts to make us happy and this saved our visit. For Americans, one of the great marvels of a stay at a B&B in Britain is what is called the "full English breakfast." Mr. Gregory handles the cooking almost all on his own. But given our other experiences at B&Bs, Bradbourne House could take a step forward by not serving canned fruit, canned tomatoes and canned beans with the cold eggs and bacon. On the other hand, Mr. Gregory pointed us to some very restaurants in the town. He is a B&B owners who clearly enjoys his guests.