Set in a Grade II listed building, this hotel combines historic charm with modern convenience, still retains its original features, open fires and wonderful antiques. The White Swan is in Stratford-upon-Avon centre, just a 10-minute walk from the RSC Theatre. Free high speed Wi-Fi is provided. The elegant bedrooms each have a private bathroom with free toiletries and a hairdryer. All rooms have a flat-screen TV, and some rooms have exposed beams and picturesque views of the town. The restaurant serves classic British cuisine and seasonal specials, featuring locally sourced produce. The bar offers speciality coffees, hearty cooked breakfasts and a range of cask conditioned ales. Just a 10-minute walk from Stratford-upon-Avon Station, White Swan is a 5-minute walk from the banks of the River Avon. Parking is available nearby, and Shakespeare’s House is 300 metres away.
Hallmark Hotel Stratford upon Avon - Welcombe Hotel Spa & Golf Club 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. Complimentary parking is provided. The Welcombe spa has been upgraded in 2018. Improvements to the state of the art spa have included a newly tiled swimming pool, a new sauna, refurbished steam room, new relaxation loungers around the spa and the redecoration of the spa treatment rooms (advance booking recommended). Tennis courts are also on offer. Built in 1866, the 4-star Hallmark Welcombe Hotel has had a £2.5 million refurbishment and features an impressive lounge, with a large marble fireplace, chandeliers and period furniture. It also has a Green Tourism Award. With air conditioning, the spacious rooms at the hotel are decorated in modern colours and feature TVs with Sky Sports. Rooms also include a work desk, tea and coffee-making facilities and bathrooms with a bath, shower and hairdryer. The hotel is 2 miles from Stratford-upon-Avon, which boasts many tourist attractions including the Royal Shakespeare Company and Stratford Racecourse.
This luxurious hotel is one of the finest in the city. It has two glass elevators, giving fabulous views of the city center, while the lobby boasts plants and a fountain. The Hyatt has many facilities including several bars and restaurants, the Club Active Fitness Centre (including spa) and a business center. All rooms have a telephone, color television, writing desk, mini-bar and press, but for those who can afford it, the Chamberlain Suite includes a private dining area, sauna and baby grand piano.
Set in 11 acres of parkland, Billesley Manor is a 16th century Elizabethan manor house. Located just 3 miles from Shakespeare’s Stratford-upon-Avon, this historic property features an 11th century church and an ornate topiary garden, which was planted 100 years ago to replicate a chess board. Bedrooms combine traditional character with 21st century luxuries, options include a variety within the manor house or cedar barns. The Stuart Restaurant and Great Hall offers dinner set-up with oak panelling and original fireplaces. The Spa has everything needed to unwind and keep fit, relax in the beauty rooms and guests can take advantage of the extensive range of Decleor treatments on offer. The Billesley Manor Hotel is where Shakespeare wrote ‘As You Like It’. Historians also believe the All Saints Church in the grounds is where Shakespeare married his wife, Anne Hathaway.
Awarded the Certificate of Excellence 2015 by TripAdvisor, Number Nine is a cozy bed and breakfast nestled within rural countryside and greenery without being too far from the city center. With only three rooms on offer, you are free to enjoy uninterrupted peace and solitude. You can start your day with an authentic English breakfast and then spend your time reading a book, exploring the environs or simply stargazing at night. If you are looking for a getaway from city life, Number Nine is where you should be headed.
The South House bed and breakfast is a charming accommodation in an old converted coach house. With two completely modern and luxuriously furnished suites, guests can enjoy the perfect getaway vacation. Located just behind the historic house, guests can enjoy a complete county style breakfast or private dining at the historic house as well. The main house of South House is a great place for events and entertaining guests. The key attraction is of course, the alpacas and guests will enjoy spending time with these gentle, curious creatures. On the property there is a pool as well as tennis courts and guests can enjoy a day of relaxation and totally unwind in a lovely country setting. Within easy access are the Sudeley Castle, Ragley Hall, Royal Shakespeare Theatre and the Fleece Pub and the South House offers a great location to explore the neighboring towns and countryside. for additional details, contact the hosts.
A magnificent 16th Century monument turned hotel, Walton Hall is the perfect combination of a rich historic background and the best modern facilities. Once the ancestral home of the Mordaunt family, serving as a high society residence, the hotel has been renovated over the years and transformed into a luxury hotel. Standing in the middle of the beautiful Warwickshire countryside and overlooking a large beautiful lake, a stay at the hotel guarantees an excellent holiday experience. It is the ideal luxurious getaway and an excellent base for exploring nearby Stratford-upon-Avon and Warwick.
Run by Jane Richards and her family, this small motel in the tranquil surroundings of Warwick is an ideal place to unwind. With ten simple rooms that are well heated and equipped with all modern amenities you can sit back and relax in the homely atmosphere of every room. Also, parking here is never a problem as you can park right in-front of your room. You can even expect a delicious breakfast every morning that is prepared individually, which makes you feel all the more closer to home.