Stratford-upon-Avon Travel Guide

Martin Pettitt

Birthplace of the world's most famous poet and playwright - Shakespeare - Stratford is the quintessential English market town. Its literary heritage and historic buildings draw in thousands of tourists, yet its charm and tranquillity remain undimmed.

Where to Go in Stratford-upon-Avon


Corner Cottage B&B

1194 Evesham Road
Astwood Bank

Eastnor Castle Deer Park

Off Clencher's Mill Lane

Live In Greenery


50 Birmingham Road

Malvern Theatre

Grange Road

Visual Delights

Stratford-upon-Avon Blog Posts


Join In On Stratford's Global Gathering
On first impression, Stratford-Upon-Avon strikes you as a rather sleepy market town, with night life not amounting to much more than having a few pints with the locals in a dark pub. However, come July bank holiday, Stratford throws of its misleading cloak off quaintness and tranquility, brings out its... Read more

A cozy Stay in Stratford-Upon-Avon
Although most of us would like to visit Stratford during a midsummer night's dream, more often than not an unfortunate English prognostic of cloudiness and the risk of showers is to be expected. Thankfully, come tempest or winter wind, visiting Shakespeare country is well equipped with cozy hotels to... Read more

Top Tea Time Spots In Stratford
After a morning spent touring the historic sites that Stratford-Upon-Avon has on offer, a well earned tea break should definitely be on the agenda. And what better place to explore the amazing high tea culture than true Shakespeare country- where a sonnet and a scone seems a perfect way to while away... Read more

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