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Stratford Escape Offer

stratford hotel offer

Escape to our boutique town house for a luxury Staycation at The Arden Hotel with our Stratford Escape Offer. Enjoy a three night stay for the price of two and a two day Warwickshire Explorer Pass, which includes entrance into 18 local attractions.

The Arden Hotel is located in the heart of historic Stratford-upon-Avon, perfect for discovering Shakespeare’s Birthplace and all other Shakespeare Houses (entrance is included with the Explorer Pass), as well as visiting his grave in Holy Trinity Church. Why not take a trip on the River Avon with Avon Boating, also included with the Explorer Pass. With lots of wide open spaces for you to enjoy, Stratford-upon-Avon has lots to see and do.

If you would like go further afield, why not visit the rolling Warwickshire countryside, ideal for long walks in the fresh countryside air. Using your Explorer Pass why not visit Warwick Castle and Kenilworth Castle? Or enjoy the beautiful gardens of Compton Verney. The Arden Hotel is also the perfect touring base for the Cotswolds, where you can discover traditional English villages with beautiful cottage built from Cotswold stone surrounded by acres of green countryside.

Stratford Escape Offer includes:

Prices from £120.00 per room, per night (based on two people sharing a Classic room on a room only basis)

Call 01789 298682 to book or Book Online

Offer is valid until 20th December 2020.

T&C’s apply. Subject to availability. Minimum 3 night stay. Reservations are fully prepaid at the time of booking. Reservations cannot be cancelled or refunded, but deposits can be transferred as a credit against a new date. (Rates for new dates may vary from original booking).

Explorer Pass attractions currently accepting visitors include Kenilworth Castle, Compton Verney, British Motor Museum, Warwick Castle, Hill Close Gardens, Stoneleigh Abbey, Avon Boating, Shakespeare Distillery, Shakespeare’s Birthplace and The MAD Museum.