Stratford-upon-Avon

Stratford-upon-Avon is one of the most visited towns in England, and not just thanks to its Shakespeare connections – theatres, museums, and other sites linked with the bard seemingly on every corner. The centre abounds in fine Tudor and Georgian structures, and there is even a racecourse... Read More

Stratford-upon-Avon Events

April
Shakespeare's Birthday
Stratford upon Avon Literary Festival
May
Living Shakespeare
Long Marston Airfield Show
Stratford upon Avon Literary Festival
June
Big Sheep Show at Mary Arden's House
Stratford Poetry Festival
July
Global Gathering
Stratford Poetry Festival
Stratford River Festival
August
Stratford Poetry Festival
September
MacRide
October
Annual Stratford Halloween Festival
Apple Day & Harvest Fair
Family Fun Day
Stratford Mop Fair
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White Swan Hotel

White Swan Hotel

This quintessential English Hotel is situated in the very heart of Shakespeare's birthplace, the historic town of Stratford-upon-Avon, yet within easy reach of motorway networks, Birmingham International Airport and Stratford train station. The White Swan ... More | visit website

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Ingon Manor Hotel, Golf & Country Club

Ingon Manor Hotel, Golf & Country Club
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Alveston Manor

Alveston Manor
The splendid Macdonald Alveston Manor Hotel has an award-winning restaurant, free parking and a luxury spa. The River Avon is 400 metres away, and Stratford-Upon-Avon is a 5-minute walk. The elegant rooms all feature a modern ... More | visit website
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Mary Arden Inn

Mary Arden Inn

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A traditional country inn with rooms. Just three miles from Stratford centre. A beautiful inn offering good food, fine wine and real ales with traditional accommodation in a stunning location. Formerly a ... More

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The Arden Hotel

The Arden Hotel

Located in the heart of historic Stratford-upon-Avon, directly opposite the world-renowned Royal Shakespeare Company Theatres, the Arden Hotel has undergone a multi-million pound refurbishment to create an elegant and sophisticated 45-bedroom boutique-style hotel. The transformed ... More | visit website

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New Inn

New Inn

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The New Inn, near Stratford upon Avon, is a family run and well-known starting point for several walks. The New Inn offers a log fire, separate non-smoking restaurant, beer garden, children's ... More

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Charlecote Pheasant Hotel

Charlecote Pheasant Hotel

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A beautiful country house hotel set in the delightful village of Charlecote, minutes from J15 M40, Stratford upon Avon, Warwick and Leamington Spa. The hotel offers charm and character combined ... More | visit website

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Walton Hall Hotel and Spa

Walton Hall Hotel and Spa

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Sitting in 65 acres of beautiful English countryside, just 10 minutes off the M40, lies Barcelo Walton Hotel.The new Barcelo Walton Hotel has been carefully designed to blend in naturally ... More

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Shakespeare Hotel

Shakespeare Hotel
This picturesque 17th-century inn is situated in Stratford-upon-Avon, 10 minutes’ walk from the rail station. The Shakespeare Hotel offers 4-star accommodation, free Wi-Fi and charming rooms. Guests can dine in Othello's Bar Brasserie, which has a ... More | visit website
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Grosvenor Hotel

Grosvenor Hotel

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This historic Georgian hotel is in the centre of Stratford-upon-Avon, just 3 minutes' walk from the high street and main attractions. An important Grade II Listed building, The Best Western Grosvenor prides ... More

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