Originally built in 1837 as a spa, Victoria Spa Lodge is now a delightful hotel. Choose to stay here and you will be in good company - Queen Victoria stayed here when she was but a princess and the lodge was still a spa. Today, you can choose from one of seven beautifully appointed bedrooms. All are en suite, have and have essential facilities. Located in a country setting overlooking the Stratford canal, Victoria Spa Lodge is only one and a half miles away from Stratford town center. Should you choose to leave your car at the lodge, Stratford is only a 20 minute rural walk away.
This Victorian guest house offers free Wi-Fi and home-cooked meals just 5 minutes’ walk from Stratford-Upon-Avon’s historic centre. Bedrooms at the Avoncot Guest House each have a flat-screen TV, free tea and coffee and a hairdryer. Most rooms have a private bathroom, whilst some share bathroom facilities. Continental, full English and vegetarian breakfast options are provided by Avoncot Guest House's owners, Diana and Jim. Served in the traditional dining room, evening meals are available on request. Guests are 10 minutes’ walk from The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Stratford-Upon-Avon Rail Station. Restaurants and bars can be found just 0.2 miles away.
The Burlington was built in 1870, but underwent major refurbishment in 1995 and 1996. It is centrally located and only ten minutes by train from the NEC. This elegant Victorian hotel is right in the heart of the city, but its entrance is tucked away just off New Street so it can be easy to miss. It boasts a fine bar and restaurant and stands above an arcade of elegant shops and boutiques.
The Jurys Inn is a large modern building on Broad Street, just across the road from the ICC and close to some of the city's best bars and clubs. With over four-hundred spacious rooms, it offers plenty of reasonably-priced accommodation in the heart of the city. Facilities that can be booked for your room in advance, subject to availability, include Internet access and a fax machine.
This is a modern and comfortable hotel comprising 136 rooms and conveniently located less than two kilometers (one mile) from the National Exhibition Centre. Especially popular with business travelers, this hotel is also quite suitable for leisure visitors as its position on the southern edge of the West Midlands metro area makes it a useful base for exploring places such as Stratford-upon-Avon and Warwick. The hotel's distinctive architecture makes it easy to find, as does its position close to the airport and on the main A45 Birmingham to Coventry Road.
This smart modern hotel is located in the heart of the city, just a few minutes' walk from the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, the International Convention Centre, theaters and the main shopping area. It caters to both business and leisure visitors, and has all the facilities one might expect from a four-star hotel in such a prestigious city center location. The restaurant offers world-class dining and is particularly well respected.
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.
A historically listed Georgian town house dating back to 1830, Courtland is situated in William Shakespeare’s hometown of Stratford-upon-Avon. It is 5 minutes’ walk from the theatres and the coach station. Each morning, guests can enjoy an award-winning breakfast of bacon, eggs, pastries, kippers and porridge cooked to order. Fresh fruit, yoghurts, and cereal are also available. All ingredients are fresh and locally sourced. Rooms at Courtland elegantly furnished, and each benefits from a pocket-sprung bed, a TV, and tea and coffee making facilities. Towels and toiletries are provided in the en suite bathroom. Stratford is surrounded by pretty Cotswold villages, and Warwick Castle is just 9 miles from the building. The popular Compton Verney Art Gallery is 20 minutes away by car. The property is only 10 minutes' walk from the train station.
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.
This small, intimate, four-star rated guest house is set in one of the city's oldest streets. Visitors here can choose from one of three bedrooms all tastefully furnished and offering a high level of comfort. Leave your car at Park View House, there is ample parking and take a five-minute walk into Stratford to explore its theaters, shops, restaurants and fascinating history.
Located close to the heart of the city, Ambleside Guest House is situated opposite the delightful open space of Firs Gardens. Its bedrooms, most of which are en suite, all boast satellite television plus tea and coffee making facilities, an ideal place to retreat, relax and unwind. When you do want to venture further afield, Stratford town center is just a four minutes' walk away while the theaters are just eight minutes away.
Overlooking a floral park, this family-run bed and breakfast is in the heart of Stratford-upon-Avon, just minutes' walk away from all attractions. The Salamander Guest House is an Edwardian building with comfortable en suite bedrooms (no shared bathrooms!). Each bedroom has TV, tea/coffee and central heating. During your stay, you can enter and exit Salamander Guest House whenever you like. There is a car park/garage to the rear of the guest house. Excellent cooked English breakfasts are available.