Located in the quiet hamlet of Armscote, Willow Corner is a charming 300 year-old thatched cottage.
This converted 18th century barn makes a great base for exploring Shakespeare Country.
Hailed as Shakespeare’s hometown, Stratford-Upon-Avon is sure to inspire your imagination and rekindle your love of reading. Perfect for a romantic getaway or a relaxing weekend break, a bed and breakfast in Stratford-Upon-Avon will help you get away from it all.
If you’re after a cheap B&B Stratford-Upon-Avon has plenty to choose from. Take a self-guided tour of the town and save your pennies for a trip to the magnificent Royal Shakespeare Theatre on the banks of the Avon River for a night of legendary RSC drama. Afterwards, grab a bite to eat The Dirty Duck pub, which was once the watering hole of choice for old fashioned cinema stars Laurence Olivier and Richard Burton.
You can’t stay at a B&B in Stratford-Upon-Avon without checking out Shakespeare’s former haunts. Pay a visit to the playwright’s birthplace and his wife Anne Hathaway’s cottage, both of which have been a source of inspiration for famous writers including Charles Dickens and Thomas Hardy.
If you’re looking for a family friendly bed and breakfast Stratford-Upon-Avon has some good options for a holiday with the kids. Nature lovers will fall head over heels for the Stratford Butterfly Farm, home to a whole host of butterfly species as well as a variety of creepy-crawlies including scorpions and spiders. Before heading back to your Stratford-Upon-Avon b and b it’s also worth checking out the Teddy Bear Museum, an adorable tribute to everyone’s favourite cuddly toy.