Avoncot Guest House is a delightful Victorian town house that has been totally refurbished to provide a high standard of service and accommodation. You will receive a very warm welcome from the owners, who go out of their way to make your stay a memorable one. All of it's bedrooms come complete with essential facilities. Penshurst is just a five minute walk away from the city-center with its theaters, shops and restaurants.
Steeped in history, The White Swan stands, as it has done since 1450, in the heart of Shakespeare's Stratford. With its gabled, medieval, black and white frontage, outwardly the hotel has changed little from the Bard's day. This three-star hotel's refurbished bedrooms offer a host of modern comforts. These sit happily alongside the old world charm of the building, including the impressive collection of paintings in the lounge.
The Stratford Hotel was built on the site of a former Victorian hospital. As a result, its designers have been careful to represent the best of Victorian architectural style and character. Similarly, the original hospital gardens, with their mature trees, have been retained to provide an eye-catching setting. Inside, the essence of Victorian opulence and elegance are conveyed through tasteful décor and furnishings. Combine this with modern facilities and you will find a high standard of luxury and comfort that will not disappoint.
Mallory Court is a luxurious hotel boasting not one, but two Michelin star restaurants. As a part of the Relais and Château group, the hotel upholds excellent standards of service and facilities. The rooms are classically comfortable, while sporting modern amenities, and the service is warm and charming. The restaurants serve a sumptuous selection of dishes made from only the freshest produce and presented in an artistic manner. Surrounded by lavish gardens, this splendid hotel is a great place to get away to for a relaxing vacation. Mallory Court is also an exceptionally good venue for weddings and private events, with the beautiful setting, attentive service and delicious food creating a truly magical atmosphere. The conference/business facilities are equally good with a purpose built space and bespoke services.
Menzies Welcombe Hotel majestically set in its own parkland estate, is a listed 19th Century Jacobean style mansion. Revel in its history as you sweep up the driveway past the private 18-hole championship golf course to its doors. Once inside, delight in a truly spectacular environment; a combination of old world charm and modern luxury. Wander through spacious rooms furnished with antiques and imbued with history or stroll through the formal gardens, including lakes and a waterfall, on land once owned by Shakespeare himself. Just one mile from Stratford town center, the hotel is a splendid base from which to explore the Heart of England.
The Ettington Hall is a country house turned luxury hotel located in the village of Ettington. The hotel has a neo-Gothic style exterior and royal plush interiors. As you enter the hotel you will be blown away with the elegance and posh luxury the interiors portray. Ettington is run by the Handpicked Hotels chain and has become one of the best in town. It features single rooms as well as suites fit for Lords. Book a stay with them to be a part to enjoy the bliss of a luxurious manor house. Kids will love the swimming pools and the grounds to run around in.
Dating back to 1637, The Shakespeare Hotel has long been a haunt of writers, actors and artists. Set behind a gabled facade, the hotel has been sympathetically and carefully modernized over the years, yet it still retains much of its original architectural character. Using antique furnishings and period decor, individually decorated rooms combine to create a mood of relaxed elegance. Guests will want for nothing in such sumptuous surroundings set in the very heart of its namesake's town.
A former alehouse, the Legacy Falcon Hotel boasts rooms full of old world charm in the original 16th Century part of the building. Other equally delightful but more modern rooms can be found in the main part of the hotel. Situated in the historic heart of Stratford, the Falcon's bars (both serve a fine range of beers with original ale on hand pumps), as well as its bistro with open log fire and its restaurant will no doubt tempt you away from the town's attractions which are just moments away.
61 Waterside offers high quality self-catering cottage accommodation in the heart of the city. This beautiful beamed cottage, tastefully furnished with antiques, combines charm with modern convenience for up to four people. There is one double and one twin room, a fully equipped kitchen with microwave, dishwasher and washer/dryer, a comfortable lounge complete with television and video plus a patio garden in which to unwind.
This traditional Georgian house is now a delightful hotel that assures its guests of personal attention at all times. Furnished with antiques and set in the heart of Stratford the Courtland is well appointed at the back of Shakespeare's Birthplace. The theaters are just three minutes walk away.
Set in a tranquil conservation area close to the heart of Stratford, The Payton is a Grade II listed Georgian Town House. Guests are assured of a warm welcome with friendly service being the order of the day. If you can tear yourself away from the cozy rooms, then a three-minute walk will take you to Stratford's town center, shops and Shakespeare's Birthplace. A further four minutes on and you're at the portals of the renowned The Royal Shakespeare Theatre.