Featured Destination

December 2017: A West Country Christmas – Dorset in December

Thomas Hardy’s celebration of Christmas in Dorset in his early novel Under the Greenwood Tree is perhaps second only to A Christmas Carol (a version ...More
More Uk destinations

Inns in Stratford-upon-Avon

White Swan Hotel
Rother Street
Stratford-upon-Avon
Warwickshire

CV37 6NH | View map
Website

Write a review | read reviews
update this listing
Book Now

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 Hotel has retained much of the original charm and atmosphere of the five hundred year old half-timbered building whilst keeping facilities and comfort up to date with en-suite bedrooms and Internet connection. Boasting oak beams, antique furniture ,a large open fire and its own captivating mural The White Swan creates an environment of a bygone age. Nowhere is this more evident than in the Oak Room Restaurant, a unique wood paneled room, adjoining the cosy bar. Full English Breakfast is charged at an additional £9.50 per person.The White Swan also offers two conference /exhibition rooms for an array of different events from weddings, private functions and training sessions to a simple boardroom meeting.

Details

Number of Rooms: 41
Number Ensuite: 41
For an instant Currency convertor Click here

Travel Help

Local Car Hire
Book Train Tickets
Book a Taxi

Facilities

Parking
Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service - 24 hour
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms

This page viewed on 23,007 occasions since Oct 16th 2005

Brit Quote:
Life turned out much better than I thought. I knew after a little while that I could act. - Peter O’Toole
More Quotes

On this day:
Battle of Radcot Bridge - 1387, Ivanhoe Published - 1819, Piltdown Man Discovered - 1912, Death penalty abolished - 1969, Queen Becomes Oldest British Monarch - 2007
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages