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Food scene
Restaurant recommendations
Our favourite restaurant in town. Amazing game meats and Sunday roasts. Upmarket but good value for money. beautiful Tudor building. Also great for drinks.
The Woodsman
4 Chapel Street
Our favourite restaurant in town. Amazing game meats and Sunday roasts. Upmarket but good value for money. beautiful Tudor building. Also great for drinks.
Right on the Avon, great views and location. Good for fish and drinks
The Boat House
Right on the Avon, great views and location. Good for fish and drinks
Lovely French food upmarket restaurant. Nice bar for cocktaisl. Good outdoor area.
Hotel du Vin Stratford-upon-Avon
Lovely French food upmarket restaurant. Nice bar for cocktaisl. Good outdoor area.
This wine bar serves wine from their own Italian vineyards. Amazing quality Italian tapas and boards. Great wines, cocktails, Italian beers, Aperol spritz etc.
Veeno - The Italian Wine Café
This wine bar serves wine from their own Italian vineyards. Amazing quality Italian tapas and boards. Great wines, cocktails, Italian beers, Aperol spritz etc.
Stylish bar and luxury cinema. Really good burger or cocktail, coffee, small menu. Worth going to even if you aren’t seeing a film. Amazing cinema you can even have cocktails and hot food served to you throughout the film.
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Everyman Stratford-upon-Avon
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Stylish bar and luxury cinema. Really good burger or cocktail, coffee, small menu. Worth going to even if you aren’t seeing a film. Amazing cinema you can even have cocktails and hot food served to you throughout the film.
Great family restaurant. Good value. Really good for a chain. Check voucher cloud and voucher codes for most
ASK Italian
Great family restaurant. Good value. Really good for a chain. Check voucher cloud and voucher codes for most
Best coffee in town! Nice cakes and baked goods. Great location just down from Shakespeare’s birthplace and next door to Crystals amazing for jewellery gifts and crystals.
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Box Brownie Coffee
20 Henley Street
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Best coffee in town! Nice cakes and baked goods. Great location just down from Shakespeare’s birthplace and next door to Crystals amazing for jewellery gifts and crystals.
Michelin star restaurant small and cosy. Seasonal tasting menus with vegetarian options offered in a snug space with a fireplace & patio.
salt
8 Church St
Michelin star restaurant small and cosy. Seasonal tasting menus with vegetarian options offered in a snug space with a fireplace & patio.
Upmarket English restaurant nice for occasions. On outskirts of town slightly further away than other restaurants above not quite walking distance.
The Baraset Barn
Upmarket English restaurant nice for occasions. On outskirts of town slightly further away than other restaurants above not quite walking distance.
Tasty Thai restaurant clean modern cuisine. Plenty of space, nice cocktails. Lamb Shank Massaman is our favourite.
Sabai Sabai - Stratford-upon-Avon
19-20 Wood St
Tasty Thai restaurant clean modern cuisine. Plenty of space, nice cocktails. Lamb Shank Massaman is our favourite.
Traditional Indian restaurant. Authentic, good service. Cosy Pink interior
Hussains Indian Cuisine
6A Chapel Street
Traditional Indian restaurant. Authentic, good service. Cosy Pink interior
Traditional Chinese restaurant, casual dining good option if you are looking for takeaway.
Mr Chan's Restaurant
3 Main St
Traditional Chinese restaurant, casual dining good option if you are looking for takeaway.
Large traditional Indian restaurant. Good clean Indian cooking and friendly service.
Aladdin's Indian Dining
4 Main St
Large traditional Indian restaurant. Good clean Indian cooking and friendly service.
Bars and pubs
Traditional English pub. Close to River Avon and just across the road from The Royal Shakespeare theatre. Popular with actors. Waterside, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6BA
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Dirty Duck
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Traditional English pub. Close to River Avon and just across the road from The Royal Shakespeare theatre. Popular with actors. Waterside, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6BA
Classic English pub, popular with locals. Beer garden
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The One Elm
1 Guild St
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Classic English pub, popular with locals. Beer garden
Good for cocktails drinks and food.
All Bar One Stratford Upon Avon
Good for cocktails drinks and food.
Out of town Restaurants
Cosy country restaurant with fireplace and nice outdoor area. Popular with local’s nice traditional English menu and local produce.
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Crabmill
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Cosy country restaurant with fireplace and nice outdoor area. Popular with local’s nice traditional English menu and local produce.
Stunning dining room. English bar grill menu. Nice cocktail bar. Located in Broadway, a beautiful Cotswolds village. A must see!
Lygon Arms Hotel
Stunning dining room. English bar grill menu. Nice cocktail bar. Located in Broadway, a beautiful Cotswolds village. A must see!
Upmarket English local cuisine. Quaint countryside venue. Good food, best onion rings we’ve ever had!
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The Fuzzy Duck
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Upmarket English local cuisine. Quaint countryside venue. Good food, best onion rings we’ve ever had!
Upmarket organic farm shop and restaurant. Healthy and tasty
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Daylesford Kingham, Gloucestershire
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Upmarket organic farm shop and restaurant. Healthy and tasty
Great countryside venue owners of Daylesford farm. Upmarket organic English produce
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The Wild Rabbit
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Great countryside venue owners of Daylesford farm. Upmarket organic English produce
Stunning views and one of the most picturesque Cotswolds villages. You must go to Stanway house it is only open select dates highest natural fountain in Europe and beautiful estate.
The Mount Inn Stanton
Stunning views and one of the most picturesque Cotswolds villages. You must go to Stanway house it is only open select dates highest natural fountain in Europe and beautiful estate.
Quintessential Cotswolds. Very old rustic building cosy fire. Great for lunch dinner or morning coffee. In Chipping Camden - our favourite Cotswolds village, stunning and a must see!
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Huxleys
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Quintessential Cotswolds. Very old rustic building cosy fire. Great for lunch dinner or morning coffee. In Chipping Camden - our favourite Cotswolds village, stunning and a must see!
Situated in the Cotswold town Broadway. Best fish and chips we’ve ever had! The handmade tartar and mushy peas are to die for. Huge portions! Eat in or takeaway. We love to take them up to Broadway Tower a must-see site with unreal views.
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Russell's Fish & Chips
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Situated in the Cotswold town Broadway. Best fish and chips we’ve ever had! The handmade tartar and mushy peas are to die for. Huge portions! Eat in or takeaway. We love to take them up to Broadway Tower a must-see site with unreal views.
If you have a sweet tooth you will love this traditional English sweet shop! Try the strawberry or Blackcurrent & liquorice Bon Bons
Hamiltons Chocolates Broadway
If you have a sweet tooth you will love this traditional English sweet shop! Try the strawberry or Blackcurrent & liquorice Bon Bons
Nice large, newly renovated Gastro pub on the river. Large outdoor area and restaurant complete with pizza oven.
The Four Alls
Nice large, newly renovated Gastro pub on the river. Large outdoor area and restaurant complete with pizza oven.
Nice Gastro pub. Good outdoor area with view over fields. Recently renovated with new owners.
The Bell, Alderminster
Nice Gastro pub. Good outdoor area with view over fields. Recently renovated with new owners.
Short drive, the first town of Cotswolds. Good beer garden. Cosy with nice fish and chips try the traditional cider.
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The Kings Arms
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Short drive, the first town of Cotswolds. Good beer garden. Cosy with nice fish and chips try the traditional cider.
Old traditional pub. Nice views looking over fields and sunny outdoor area. Cosy fire, exposed wooden beams and Cotswold stone building.
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The Ebrington Arms
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Old traditional pub. Nice views looking over fields and sunny outdoor area. Cosy fire, exposed wooden beams and Cotswold stone building.
Only open select times of year check in advance. Amazing estate our favourite in Cotswolds small entry fee. Beautiful Orangery to have English tea and scones/ cakes. Stunning gardens and house tour. The Falconry opposite is worth a visit and
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Sezincote House
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Only open select times of year check in advance. Amazing estate our favourite in Cotswolds small entry fee. Beautiful Orangery to have English tea and scones/ cakes. Stunning gardens and house tour. The Falconry opposite is worth a visit and
Classic English menu, nice fish and chips. Beautiful village just beside Scziencote House.
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Horse and Groom
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Classic English menu, nice fish and chips. Beautiful village just beside Scziencote House.
Located in Cheltenham close to an hour drive but 3 beautiful large outdoor terraces looking over the park, outdoor bars, lovely indoor gin/ cocktail bar and pool tables. Indoor upmarket restaurant.
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No. 131
131 Promenade
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Located in Cheltenham close to an hour drive but 3 beautiful large outdoor terraces looking over the park, outdoor bars, lovely indoor gin/ cocktail bar and pool tables. Indoor upmarket restaurant.
Sightseeing
Stratford Upon Avon attractions and sights
The Church is Stratford's oldest building, is situated on the banks of the River Avon, and is one of England's most visited churches. William Shakespeare, poet and playwright, was baptised in Holy Trinity on 26 April 1564 and was buried there on 25 April 1616. The church still possesses the original Elizabethan register giving details of his baptism and burial, though it is kept by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust for safekeeping. He is buried in the beautiful 15th-century chancel built by Thomas Balsall, Dean of the Collegiate Church, who was buried within it in 1491. Shakespeare was eligible to be buried in the chancel owing to his position as a 'lay rector' of the church
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Holy Trinity Church
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The Church is Stratford's oldest building, is situated on the banks of the River Avon, and is one of England's most visited churches. William Shakespeare, poet and playwright, was baptised in Holy Trinity on 26 April 1564 and was buried there on 25 April 1616. The church still possesses the original Elizabethan register giving details of his baptism and burial, though it is kept by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust for safekeeping. He is buried in the beautiful 15th-century chancel built by Thomas Balsall, Dean of the Collegiate Church, who was buried within it in 1491. Shakespeare was eligible to be buried in the chancel owing to his position as a 'lay rector' of the church
The Royal Shakespeare Theatre opened in 1932 on the site adjacent to the original Shakespeare Memorial Theatre (opened 19 April 1879), which had been destroyed by fire on 6 March 1926, whose name it took. The architect was Elisabeth Scott, so the theatre became the first important work erected in Britain from the designs of a woman architect. It was renamed the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in 1961, following the establishment of the Royal Shakespeare Company the previous year. The theatre has a Rooftop Restaurant and Bar with views over the River Avon, a Riverside Cafe and Terrace and a 36-metre-high (118 ft) tower with great views across Stratford-upon-Avon. There are three theatres in Stratford-upon-Avon: The Royal Shakespeare Theatre and the Swan Theatre, which both share a building on Waterside, and The Other Place, which is a short walk away on Southern Lane.
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Royal Shakespeare Theatre
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The Royal Shakespeare Theatre opened in 1932 on the site adjacent to the original Shakespeare Memorial Theatre (opened 19 April 1879), which had been destroyed by fire on 6 March 1926, whose name it took. The architect was Elisabeth Scott, so the theatre became the first important work erected in Britain from the designs of a woman architect. It was renamed the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in 1961, following the establishment of the Royal Shakespeare Company the previous year. The theatre has a Rooftop Restaurant and Bar with views over the River Avon, a Riverside Cafe and Terrace and a 36-metre-high (118 ft) tower with great views across Stratford-upon-Avon. There are three theatres in Stratford-upon-Avon: The Royal Shakespeare Theatre and the Swan Theatre, which both share a building on Waterside, and The Other Place, which is a short walk away on Southern Lane.
Beautiful restored 16-th century house/ museum and gardens. Visit Shakespeare’s Birthplace to walk in Shakespeare’s footsteps and explore his childhood world. Hear tales of Shakespeare’s family life and get up close to rare objects from the Trust’s world class collections. William Shakespeare was born in this house and grew up here with his parents and siblings. He also spent the first five years of his marriage living here with his wife Anne Hathaway. John and Mary Shakespeare were wealthy enough to own the largest house on Henley Street.
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Shakespeare's Birthplace
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Beautiful restored 16-th century house/ museum and gardens. Visit Shakespeare’s Birthplace to walk in Shakespeare’s footsteps and explore his childhood world. Hear tales of Shakespeare’s family life and get up close to rare objects from the Trust’s world class collections. William Shakespeare was born in this house and grew up here with his parents and siblings. He also spent the first five years of his marriage living here with his wife Anne Hathaway. John and Mary Shakespeare were wealthy enough to own the largest house on Henley Street.
Follow in Shakespeare’s footsteps through a new entrance on the site of the original gatehouse and enjoy a contemporary landscape that reveals the footprint of the Shakespeare family home. The re-imagined site gives an impression of the scale of New Place and relationship to the surrounding buildings; such as the neighbouring King Edward VI School and Guild Chapel that were once attended by a young Shakespeare. Shakespeare’s New Place was his family home from 1597 until he died in the house in 1616. The house was demolished in 1759, a registered garden has been designed to commemorate the importance of the site and allow visitors to make their own personal connection with Shakespeare. When Shakespeare bought New Place he was an established playwright and it is believed that he wrote his later plays there, including The Tempest.
Shakespeare's New Place
22 Chapel Street
Follow in Shakespeare’s footsteps through a new entrance on the site of the original gatehouse and enjoy a contemporary landscape that reveals the footprint of the Shakespeare family home. The re-imagined site gives an impression of the scale of New Place and relationship to the surrounding buildings; such as the neighbouring King Edward VI School and Guild Chapel that were once attended by a young Shakespeare. Shakespeare’s New Place was his family home from 1597 until he died in the house in 1616. The house was demolished in 1759, a registered garden has been designed to commemorate the importance of the site and allow visitors to make their own personal connection with Shakespeare. When Shakespeare bought New Place he was an established playwright and it is believed that he wrote his later plays there, including The Tempest.
Explore the beautifully furnished Jacobean home of Shakespeare’s daughter Susanna and her husband, the physician John Hall. Wander into the tranquil walled garden and discover the fragrant medicinal herbs, as John Hall would have used in his remedies.
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Hall's Croft
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Explore the beautifully furnished Jacobean home of Shakespeare’s daughter Susanna and her husband, the physician John Hall. Wander into the tranquil walled garden and discover the fragrant medicinal herbs, as John Hall would have used in his remedies.
Visit Anne Hathaway's Cottage, the beautiful 500-year-old cottage where Shakespeare courted his bride-to-be. See original furniture including the Hathaway bed and uncover five centuries of stories in this picturesque cottage and 13 generations of the family who lived there.
Anne Hathaway's Cottage
Visit Anne Hathaway's Cottage, the beautiful 500-year-old cottage where Shakespeare courted his bride-to-be. See original furniture including the Hathaway bed and uncover five centuries of stories in this picturesque cottage and 13 generations of the family who lived there.
Discover the childhood home of Shakespeare’s mother. Experience the sights, sounds and smells of a working Tudor farm on a fantastic family day out at Mary Arden’s Farm. Meet the Tudors who run the farm just as Shakespeare’s mother would have done, watch craft and falconry demonstrations and explore the farmyard, playground and historic buildings. Built by Mary’s father, Robert Arden around 1514, Mary Arden’s House has been significantly altered over time. Today, visitors to Mary Arden’s Farm can peek inside the chimney and the walls, discover how the house was built and imagine what life must have been like for Mary when she lived here with her seven sisters.
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Mary Arden's Farm
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Discover the childhood home of Shakespeare’s mother. Experience the sights, sounds and smells of a working Tudor farm on a fantastic family day out at Mary Arden’s Farm. Meet the Tudors who run the farm just as Shakespeare’s mother would have done, watch craft and falconry demonstrations and explore the farmyard, playground and historic buildings. Built by Mary’s father, Robert Arden around 1514, Mary Arden’s House has been significantly altered over time. Today, visitors to Mary Arden’s Farm can peek inside the chimney and the walls, discover how the house was built and imagine what life must have been like for Mary when she lived here with her seven sisters.
Boat hire, a perfect way to see the Avon and town. Different options like Motor boats, rowing boats, boat cruises, punt Rowing boats and punt boat hire (by the hour): Adults: £7, Children £5 family £22 (2 Adults and up to 3 children)
Avon Boating Ltd
Boat hire, a perfect way to see the Avon and town. Different options like Motor boats, rowing boats, boat cruises, punt Rowing boats and punt boat hire (by the hour): Adults: £7, Children £5 family £22 (2 Adults and up to 3 children)
Whatever the weather stroll through the wonderful world of a unique and exotic, rainforest environment; a lush landscape of tropical blossom, splashing waterfalls and fish-filled pools. Enjoy the unique pleasure of watching hundreds of the world's most spectacular and colourful butterflies flying all around. You can see them feeding and flying in a wonderful tropical environment. The landscaped tropical greenhouse is the largest tropical butterfly display in the UK! Throughout the year we have over 250 different species of tropical butterfly sourced from 20 different countries. There are approximately 2 000 free flying individual butterflies, of all shapes, sizes and colours. Sometimes there are a few more, sometimes a few less. Some of the butterflies breed within the Butterfly Farm, the rest are imported from butterfly farmers in the tropics. All the places we buy butterflies from are either Conservation projects or Village projects. Butterfly breeding is the main source of income for most of the villagers. These breeding operations have been set up to enable communities to earn a living without causing any damage to the environment and wildlife around them. Not only is this good from a conservation point of view, it also allows families all over the tropics to earn a sustainable income and helps to preserve the rainforest whilst educating our visitors. One such project is the Kipepeo Butterfly. Tickets - Adults £7.25, Child £6.25, Concession £6.75, Family £22.50
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Stratford Butterfly Farm
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Whatever the weather stroll through the wonderful world of a unique and exotic, rainforest environment; a lush landscape of tropical blossom, splashing waterfalls and fish-filled pools. Enjoy the unique pleasure of watching hundreds of the world's most spectacular and colourful butterflies flying all around. You can see them feeding and flying in a wonderful tropical environment. The landscaped tropical greenhouse is the largest tropical butterfly display in the UK! Throughout the year we have over 250 different species of tropical butterfly sourced from 20 different countries. There are approximately 2 000 free flying individual butterflies, of all shapes, sizes and colours. Sometimes there are a few more, sometimes a few less. Some of the butterflies breed within the Butterfly Farm, the rest are imported from butterfly farmers in the tropics. All the places we buy butterflies from are either Conservation projects or Village projects. Butterfly breeding is the main source of income for most of the villagers. These breeding operations have been set up to enable communities to earn a living without causing any damage to the environment and wildlife around them. Not only is this good from a conservation point of view, it also allows families all over the tropics to earn a sustainable income and helps to preserve the rainforest whilst educating our visitors. One such project is the Kipepeo Butterfly. Tickets - Adults £7.25, Child £6.25, Concession £6.75, Family £22.50
Activitys
Upmarket cinema big comfy lounge seats, you can order food and drinks to your seat. Really nice bar with deco inspired décor. Everyman is redefining cinema. Bringing an innovative lifestyle approach to our venues, where you swap your soft drink for a nice glass of red wine and a slice of freshly made pizza served to your seat. We create a warm and friendly atmosphere, with an excellent food and drink selection and fantastic customer service. With a wide array of mainstream, independent and classic films, special events, launches and a diverse calendar of live satellite broadcasts, there is something for everyone at Everyman. Tickets - Adults £14.50 Concession £12.50
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Everyman Stratford-upon-Avon
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Upmarket cinema big comfy lounge seats, you can order food and drinks to your seat. Really nice bar with deco inspired décor. Everyman is redefining cinema. Bringing an innovative lifestyle approach to our venues, where you swap your soft drink for a nice glass of red wine and a slice of freshly made pizza served to your seat. We create a warm and friendly atmosphere, with an excellent food and drink selection and fantastic customer service. With a wide array of mainstream, independent and classic films, special events, launches and a diverse calendar of live satellite broadcasts, there is something for everyone at Everyman. Tickets - Adults £14.50 Concession £12.50
A unique experience awaits you in the historic town of Stratford upon Avon. Countess of Evesham is a popular, well established family run 70ft restaurant cruiser. Enjoy the peace, tranquility and enchanting views whilst aboard the Restaurant Boat cruising some of the most delightful stretches of the gently flowing River Avon. Operating throughout the year, the centrally heated Countess of Evesham travels down the River Avon to Luddington (and back). Whilst cruising at night, the boat lights up the river banks, creating a memorable atmosphere. Whether you join us for an intimate meal for two, dinner with friends, or if you hire the restaurant boat exclusively for a special occasion, we look forward to welcoming you aboard. Countess of Evesham is the ideal place to relax and wine and dine in comfortable surroundings. Tickets - £34 meal included
The Countess of Evesham
A unique experience awaits you in the historic town of Stratford upon Avon. Countess of Evesham is a popular, well established family run 70ft restaurant cruiser. Enjoy the peace, tranquility and enchanting views whilst aboard the Restaurant Boat cruising some of the most delightful stretches of the gently flowing River Avon. Operating throughout the year, the centrally heated Countess of Evesham travels down the River Avon to Luddington (and back). Whilst cruising at night, the boat lights up the river banks, creating a memorable atmosphere. Whether you join us for an intimate meal for two, dinner with friends, or if you hire the restaurant boat exclusively for a special occasion, we look forward to welcoming you aboard. Countess of Evesham is the ideal place to relax and wine and dine in comfortable surroundings. Tickets - £34 meal included
Out of town attractions
The Tower is an iconic landmark on top of the beautiful Cotswolds escarpment. It was the brainchild of the great 18thcentury landscape designer, “Capabilty Brown”. His vision was carried out for George William 6thEarl of Coventry with the help of renowned architect James Wyatt and completed in 1798. The location for the Tower was wisely chosen, a dramatic outlook on a pre-medieval trading route and beacon hill. James Wyatt designed his “Saxon Tower” as an eccentric amalgamation of architectural components ranging from turrets, battlements and gargoyles to balconies. There is also a café, deer and stunning 360 views over the Cotswolds. You can visit the outside of tower for free but to go inside you need a ticket.
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Broadway Tower
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The Tower is an iconic landmark on top of the beautiful Cotswolds escarpment. It was the brainchild of the great 18thcentury landscape designer, “Capabilty Brown”. His vision was carried out for George William 6thEarl of Coventry with the help of renowned architect James Wyatt and completed in 1798. The location for the Tower was wisely chosen, a dramatic outlook on a pre-medieval trading route and beacon hill. James Wyatt designed his “Saxon Tower” as an eccentric amalgamation of architectural components ranging from turrets, battlements and gargoyles to balconies. There is also a café, deer and stunning 360 views over the Cotswolds. You can visit the outside of tower for free but to go inside you need a ticket.
A medieval castle developed from a wooden fort, originally built by William the Conqueror during1068. Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire, England, situated on a bend of the River Avon. The original wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone during the 12th century. During the Hundred Years War, the facade opposite the town was refortified, resulting in one of the most recognisable examples of 14th-century military architecture. Tickets Adult £26, Child £22, Concession £23
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Warwick Castle
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A medieval castle developed from a wooden fort, originally built by William the Conqueror during1068. Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire, England, situated on a bend of the River Avon. The original wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone during the 12th century. During the Hundred Years War, the facade opposite the town was refortified, resulting in one of the most recognisable examples of 14th-century military architecture. Tickets Adult £26, Child £22, Concession £23
Ride a dragon to Warwick Castle! Pedalos are super stable fun for 2 to 5 people! If you are nervous about boating or have young, lively children then a pedalo is a great choice. They are very stable, impossible to capsize & have room to move around or stash a picnic hamper. Our electric motor boats are both environmentally friendly & suitable for family use, taking up to 4 adults. Ideal for children & families, offering maximum stability and safety! Hire 2, & 3 person Canadian canoes. Hire for one hour, half a day or for the weekend. Very stable boats for the beginner & sleeker touring canoes for day tripper. Kayaks and paddle boards are also available. Buoyancy aids are available free of charge, for babies up to XXL adults. Tickets Adult £8, Children under 16 £5, Family £25 min fee £20. See website for prices of other boat types.
Warwick Boats
Ride a dragon to Warwick Castle! Pedalos are super stable fun for 2 to 5 people! If you are nervous about boating or have young, lively children then a pedalo is a great choice. They are very stable, impossible to capsize & have room to move around or stash a picnic hamper. Our electric motor boats are both environmentally friendly & suitable for family use, taking up to 4 adults. Ideal for children & families, offering maximum stability and safety! Hire 2, & 3 person Canadian canoes. Hire for one hour, half a day or for the weekend. Very stable boats for the beginner & sleeker touring canoes for day tripper. Kayaks and paddle boards are also available. Buoyancy aids are available free of charge, for babies up to XXL adults. Tickets Adult £8, Children under 16 £5, Family £25 min fee £20. See website for prices of other boat types.
Daylesford has an upmarket farm shop, restaurant, shop and spa. They often host events and classes see website. “Over forty years ago, we began to turn our family’s farmland over to sustainable, organic farming, first in Staffordshire and then in the Cotswolds. What began as a simple passion for real food and a desire to feed our children better has grown into Daylesford as we know it today, one of the most sustainable organic farms in the UK.” All our food comes straight from our farm to your fork: our MEAT AND POULTRY, fruit and vegetables from our MARKET GARDEN, bread from our BAKERY, and cheese, milk and yoghurt from our CREAMERY. To make our soups and meals, our chefs use only the freshest ingredients, combined with simple techniques to bring out the natural flavours of our seasonal, organic produce. When we don’t make a product on our farm, we source from artisan suppliers who share our commitment to quality and sustainability, and who produce items to our recipes. We are fully transparent in that you can visit our farm to see for yourself how our animals are kept, where our vegetables are grown and how our food is produced.
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Daylesford Kingham, Gloucestershire
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Daylesford has an upmarket farm shop, restaurant, shop and spa. They often host events and classes see website. “Over forty years ago, we began to turn our family’s farmland over to sustainable, organic farming, first in Staffordshire and then in the Cotswolds. What began as a simple passion for real food and a desire to feed our children better has grown into Daylesford as we know it today, one of the most sustainable organic farms in the UK.” All our food comes straight from our farm to your fork: our MEAT AND POULTRY, fruit and vegetables from our MARKET GARDEN, bread from our BAKERY, and cheese, milk and yoghurt from our CREAMERY. To make our soups and meals, our chefs use only the freshest ingredients, combined with simple techniques to bring out the natural flavours of our seasonal, organic produce. When we don’t make a product on our farm, we source from artisan suppliers who share our commitment to quality and sustainability, and who produce items to our recipes. We are fully transparent in that you can visit our farm to see for yourself how our animals are kept, where our vegetables are grown and how our food is produced.