Simply walking into The Stratford is enough to entice you to stay a while. The warm, welcoming atmosphere of the hotel and the contemporary decor are fabulous and what is more, the historic and picturesque sights that Stratford-upon-Avon has to offer are just a short stroll away. The hotel offers a range of beautiful bedrooms and fabulous suites all elegantly decorated in subtle tones with LCD televisions and free internet access for all guests. There are 2 dining experiences on offer including Quills restaurant with a mouth watering menu and extensive wine list.
All rooms are beautifully decorated with modern furnishings and your every comfort has been taken into consideration so that you have a peaceful nights sleep and can awake ready to take on a day of business or pleasure.
All Guestrooms Feature:
* LCD Television
* Free Internet Access
* Iron & Ironing Board
* Tea & Coffee Hospitality Tray
* Direct Dial Telephone
* 24-Hour Room Service
* Mini Fridge
* Personal Laptop Safe
* Complimentary Mineral Water
If food is for thought, then our menu reads like the Complete Works of Shakespeare! Whether it be breakfast, lunch or dinner, Quills is a beautiful, contemporary restaurant with a relaxed atmosphere. The menus offer something for all tastebuds and change with the seasons.
The Lounge Bar:
Whether a morning coffee, lunchtime sandwich, cream tea or light evening meal, the Lounge Bar offers a relaxed. comfortable setting to sit with friends or colleagues no matter what time off day.
After a long day working or taking in the sights that Stratford-upon-Avon has to offer, we understand you might retreat to the comfort of your bedroom and not want to leave until you have to. That is fine with us. Sit back, relax, take a look over our extensive room service menu and give us a call with your order. We take care of the rest.
On The Map: Stratford-upon-Avon is located in the Western Midlands of England, just 40 miles south of Birmingham, and 100 miles northwest of London.
Stratford-upon-Avon is set in the beautiful Warwickshire countryside, on the banks of the river Avon. Stratford boasts an 800 year history – the original Charter of the Town was granted in 1196. While an important market town, Stratford is best known for its very close association with William Shakespeare, and is a major tourist destination. Often regarded as the world’s greatest playwright, Shakespeare was born and grew-up in Stratford. Many of the original buildings from Shakespeare’s era are intact and in excellent condition, thanks to the ongoing preservtion work of the Shakespeare Organisation. Several houses synonymous with Shakespeare are open to the public, including his birthplace & Hall’s Croft, the home of his daughter. The recently remodelled Royal Shakespeare Theatre is located on the banks of the River Avon and is one of Britain’s most important cultural venues. Stratford’s Town Centre contains many fine old buildings on lovely wide streets, and boasts a great variety of shops, bars & restaurants.