Inns in Stratford-upon-Avon

Mary Arden Inn
The Green


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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 splendid private house, the Mary Arden Inn dates back to the 1700s. You may recognise the name Mary Arden as William Shakespeare's mother. Standing opposite Mary Arden's house, the inn offers the perfect country retreat for visiting Stratford upon Avon, the birthplace of Shakespeare, and all of the local heritage and history.

The Mary Arden Inn has 11 en-suite bedrooms, all decorated and furnished in a traditional style to compliment the beautiful building. The traditional bar with an open fireplace and original beams offers an extensive bar menu, along with a selection of real ales and plenty of character. The bar leads on to a charming terrace and beer garden, which is the ideal setting for a relaxing summer. The Mary Arden restaurant also offers an excellent a la carté menu, complemented by an imaginative wine list and relaxed ambience.

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