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Located in Stratford-upon-Avon, 1.4 mi from Royal Shakespeare Company, Burnside Hotel features accommodations with a bar and private parking. Very helpful staff, clean and well presented rooms and excellent breakfast.
Baraset Barn Hotel offers accommodations with free WiFi in Stratford-upon-Avon, well located 1.2 mi from Charlecote Park. Great atmosphere. Warm welcome. Great view out from the bedroom. Lovely big soft towels.
Crowne Plaza Stratford-upon-Avon is a riverside hotel near Shakespeare's birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon town center. The hotel offers modern rooms, a heated swimming pool and a riverside terrace. Outstanding service by all staff encountered.
Overlooking the RSC Theater, the 17th-century riverside Swan's Nest hotel has parking and a bar. The town center is a 5-minute walk away and the rail station is 15 minutes’ walk from the building. Best small UK hotel we’ve ever stayed at.
With a spa, the Macdonald Alveston Manor Hotel & Spa has an award-winning restaurant and gardens and terrace. The River Avon is 1312 feet away and Stratford-Upon-Avon is a 5-minute walk. Fantastic manor... friendly staff and in a perfect location
Hotel Du Vin Stratford is attractively located in Stratford-upon-Avon, and features a bar, free WiFi and on-site dining. The breakfast was excellent - best we had the whole trip!
Set in Stratford-upon-Avon, Pen and Parchment offers a terrace and free WiFi. Just a 5-min walk to the Shakespeare's Birthplace, the property features a pub. Welcoming staff - lovely room - perfect location. would definitely stop there again
The Welcombe Hotel; Best Western Premier Collection features an 18 hole, par 70 golf course. Located on the outskirts of the beautiful town of Stratford upon Avon, just 5 minutes from the M40. Fabulous friendly staff - nothing too much trouble for them - lovely room upgrade
Impressive short tour, starting with the museum, then old-style garden with two actors performing excerpts from Shakespeare's comedies, then the house where he was born. Expensive but I enjoyed it a lot - got some genuine insight into Shakespeare's life and how houses functioned at that time. One negative - most of the example gloves, decorating his father's workshop were amateurish. Please reconsider: Elizabethan fashion was top notch.
The ticket for this includes entrance to several other sites in connection with William Shakespear. Concession tickets are available and the tickets can be used any number of times within a 12 month period. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust tickets enable visitors to get reduced priced entry to the Edward VI School Rooms and Guild Hall - an essential visit whilst coming to Stratford Upon Avon.
The combined ticket is by far the best option to choose and individual tickets are very expensive. The New house is a strange site as most of the house and outbuildings have been demolished and it is very difficult to envision how it would have looked from the old site maps on view.
We booked online through the trusts website which apparently made it cheaper by 10%, my adult ticket to see his birthplace cost £15 and my mothers senior was £14. You can book all 5 houses online and get it discounted.
Fascinating place. Loved every minute there. The staff give you lots of information of life in William Shakespeare’s day. I particularly enjoyed the actors in the gardens who performed so brilliantly. I could have watched them all day.
As we entered this building our bags were searched, and then we were given incorrect information regarding tickets we had purchased on line so we felt a little stressed before we started the tour. The staff were in period dress and the ones we spoke to were friendly and answered all our questions with good humour. The stairs to go to the bedrooms were very steep and not good for anyone with mobility issues. We njoyed the visit to this house.