Good location with parking. Room was comfortable and clean. Friendly staff.
Very conveniently located hotel right in the middle of Stratford. The parking was free and plentiful. The hotel was very good and the room was clean and comfortable. We ate in the hotel restaurant which was very good too.
Spacious rooms with good facilities. The interesting interior design.
Liked position, decor Disliked finer attention to detail ie 3 guests but 1 small bottle shampoo and only 2 bathrobes and milk gone off
I loved this old house with its beautiful rooms. The staff were all friendly and helpful too.
Very nice hotel. It was very close to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Staff was helpful.
Great place to stay in the middle of Stratford. I had nice amenities, was clean and comfortable. The breakfast was included and outstanding. Nothing negative to stay here. This was a pleasure.
Excellent breakfast choice and quality. Friendly and efficient service. A dirty towel was in the bath when we arrived. The decor was a bit shabby.
This is the refurnished Falcon. It is much more expensive and although the hotel is now very smart and has new fittings it is essentially the same hotel.
Located in the pretty market town of Stratford-upon-Avon – the birthplace of the most influential figure in English literature, William Shakespeare – the Stratford Butterfly Museum is perfect for adults and children alike. The town, like other communities in Warwickshire, also has many excellent places to stay, from historic inns to large deluxe hotels.
This family-oriented attraction, which celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2015, features large greenhouses with a wide range of exotic butterfly species, as well as birds and fish, and spiders and insects in the Insect City glass display. At the Arachnoland area you can also observe the unique Imperial Scorpions, which can glow in the dark and originate from West Africa. Like all the other spiders and insects at the farm, they are carefully looked after behind glass for your assurance!
If you're a fan of world-class theatre, book a show at the world-renowned Royal Shakespeare Theatre, which performs all of Shakespeare's greatest titles and is visited by more than a million theatre lovers each year. Stratford-Upon-Avon is also home to the Shakespeare's Birthplace Museum, where you can learn about his eventful life and observe a fascinating local history exhibition in the charming, half-timbered, 16th century building that he was born in on April 26th 1564.
Whether you're looking for grand deluxe hotels like The Stratford and the Macdonald Alveston Manor Hotels, or value-for-money inns like the Falcon Hotel near the Stratford Butterfly Museum, you'll normally benefit from free Wi-Fi access and comfortable, decent-sized rooms, so you can be guaranteed a memorable stay.
Visit the enchanting Norman Warwick Castle, which was built soon after William the Conqueror's successful invasion, and is one of the largest of its kind in the country. You can also explore the picturesque grounds and elaborate interior of Charlecote Park, or have a wander through the photogenic Regency streets and parks of the 19th century spa town of Royal Leamington Spa. Don't forget, all across Warwickshire, you can find plenty of superb hotels that cater to all tastes and budgets, and put you right in the heart of the Midlands.
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