Wander through Stratfords atmospheric streets and visit its many sites including Shakespeares Birthplace and Anne Hathaways Cottage. Reviews of all these hotels in Stratford Upon Avon are avilable on the booking pages. This is a truly magical place for theatre lovers. There is free parking all day for park and ride users and buses leave the park to Stratford Town Centre every 10 or 15 minutes. Find a hotel or guest house in Stratford Upon Avon for trips to the Falstaff Experience and the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.
Warwick Road Stratford Warwickshire CV37 6YT
Stratford Upon Avon offers a fairytale break in of one of Englands most precious medieval villages and the Grosvenor Hotel has been fleshing out that fairytale for the best part of 200 years. Just a ten-minute walk from its magical town centre and attractions like the Theatre Garden and Anne Hathaways Cottage, this Grade II Listed Georgian hotel is to Stratford what Romeo is to Juliet. All 73 bedrooms, decorated in a traditional rather than flamboyant way, are en suite and come equi ...
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|Name||Miles||Region||Rooms||Type ?||Type ?|
|Arden Park Guest House||0.2||Stratford||9||55.00|
|Applegarth Guest house||0.2||Stratford||12||47.00|
|Sunnydale Guest House||0.6||Stratford||5||65.00|
|Swans Nest Hotel||0.4||Stratford||N/A||80.00|
|Days Inn Warwick Northbound M40||8.7||Lighthorne||53||31.20|
|New Inn Hotel||1.7||Clifford Chambers||13||79.00|
|Menzies Welcombe Hotel Spa||1.3||Stratford||73||89.10|
|Legacy Falcon Hotel||0.2||Stratford||75||63.75|
|Faviere Guest House||0.7||Stratford||6||88.00|
|Mercure Shakespeare Hotel||0.2||Stratford||74||59.00|
|Brook Lodge Guest House||1||Shottery||7||45.00|
|Arden Way Guesthouse||0.6||Bridgetown||6||55.00|
|Croft Guest House||0.5||Bridgetown||9||70.00|
|Mary Arden Inn||3||Wilmcote||11||60.00|
|Ettington Park Hotel||5.6||Alderminster||48||107.10|
|Penryn Guest House||0.8||Stratford||10||50.00|
This legendary Tudor town is set in the beautiful Warwickshire countryside on the banks of the River Avon. Most famous as the birthplace of the playwright and poet William Shakespeare, Stratford is steeped in culture and history and attracts over three million visitors every year. Cruise and dine on the River Avon or simply take a delightful riverside walk before taking your seat in Stratford Upon Avon's magical Swan Theatre for an evening to remember as the Royal Shakespeare Company perform for your entertainment. Chain hotels in Stratford upon Avon can be expensive in peak season, do book early to avoid disappointment
The Holiday Inn offers makes a handsome base to seeshows at The Royal Shakespeare Theatre and trips to Tudor World and the Stratford Upon Avon Armouries. And its very good value for money. Guests will find the hotel just east of the towns historic centre in the Bridge Foot area overlooking the desultory flow of the beautiful Avon River. This makes it for boat trips and leisurely tours of the surrounding countryside.
The major tourist attractions in Stratford Upon Avon consist of the five houses that relate to Shakespeares life, houses owned and cared for by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. These include Halls Croft, Nashs House, and New Place, owned by Shakespeare himself and where he spent his last years. Stratford Upon Avon is convenient for Englands second largest city Birmingham which can be accessed via the M40 motorway. If no rooms are available on the dates you wish to travel a list of other hotels and cheap bed & breakfast lodgings will be provided.