Open Hours: Mo to Sa from 11:00 AM to 11:30 PM,Su from 12:00 PM to 10:30 PM
Although this traditional 18th Century inn is situated in the city-center, it stands in a side street away from all the ... More
Although this traditional 18th Century inn is situated in the city-center, it stands in a side street away from all the hustle and bustle of the main tourist traps. The Queens Head has an excellent reputation for its cask ales, tasty country food and great hospitality. Indeed, many believe this is the best pub for beer in Stratford! The staff here are more than willing to offer advice on their many great beers, including draught Bass, Brew XI and guest beers like Orkney Skullsplitter. Food is available during lunchtime and evenings, from general snacks like harvester baguettes to main meals such as salmon fillet, new potatoes, and salad. On summer evenings the tables are lit with candles, and for cooler nights they put on a clever gas heater to keep you warm!
Steeped in history, The White Swan stands, as it has done since 1450, in the heart of Shakespeare's Stratford. With
its gabled, medieval, black and white frontage, outwardly the hotel has changed little from the Bard's day. This three ...
A trip to Stratford is not complete without a visit to the home of the Royal Shakespeare Company . The
theater was built in 1926 following fire damage to the 1879 original structure. Fortunately it was not completely destroyed ...
Take to the water! For the energetic, Avon Boating offers a choice of self powered vessels. Rowing boats, punts and
Canadian canoes are all available for hire. Or, for those who prefer a more relaxed mode, why not step ...