Stratford upon Avon Guest Houses

Stratford Upon Avon lies on the River Avon in the south west of England on the border of the county town of Warwick. This beautiful Anglo-Saxon village like town originally grew up as a market town during Medieval times mainly trading in sheep wool and various other farm products. Many will know that this little country town was in fact the birthplace of arguably the world's finest poet and playwright William Shakespeare. People are drawn to this stunning part of the UK by its graceful country surrounds and timeless intimate town. The Stratford Upon Avon guest houses offer superb accommodation for every visitor displaying the finest in room facilities, amenities and services.

Annually 3 million tourists visit the town in search of explore the very area where William Shakespeare was born, each trying to feel the same things that inspired the man who shaped the British stage. As one would expect the town has played host to many theatres including the Royal Shakespeare Theatre built in 1769 which was almost washed away after two days of torrential rain, which was then moved to the site it is today, the Royal Shakespeare Company operates from this building. Other theatres include the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre and the temporary Tercentenary theatre which was originally constructed with wood.

Birmingham is the UK's second largest city and lies only miles from the city's border both sharing the new £12 million Stratford Northern Bypass linking this delightful town to the outside world. Superb rail links to London and Birmingham leave 7 times a day allowing ease of access for tourists and commuters alike. The many cycle routes and walking paths around the town permit a safe and scenic experience for all guests, truly a fantastic way to spend the day.

From the centrally located Stratford Upon Avon Guest houses visitors are able to amble to and from the buzzing Henley Street, Sheep Street and Waterside &Southern Lane, each renowned for various things including bars, bistro, restaurants and many craft markets; perfectly capable of providing the tourist with an interesting, cultural and unforgettable experience. Any reservation queries for tours or restaurants can be handled by the guest houses friendly and attentive front desk. A intimate restaurant located on the establishment awaits the guest offering an extensive menu which tantalizingly teases the diner on every page.

Elegant and serine single, twin, double and family suites are the choice at Stratford guest houses, each displaying state of the art facilities including plasma televisions with sky, air-conditioners and alarm clocks. These cottage like houses allow the guest to feel cosy in fresh and comfortable manner as the windows soak every room with bright sunlight.

En suites are the norm in these first class forms of accommodation, offering deep sunken baths, power showers and heated towel racks. The clever use of mirrors reflect upon each other enhance the already high elegant ambiance. Complementary luxury bath salts, soaps and creams ensure the guest the most sensual and relaxing soak possible.

High count cotton linen lies draped across the large comfy beds where a choice of soft, medium and hard pillows is asked. Large soft towels, dressing gowns and slippers await the guest and are indeed the same calibre the guest has come so used too.

All people who have visited this gorgeous town are in agreement that William Shakespeare could not have chosen a better and more serine final resting place.