Nearby Pubs & Restaurants

Stratford benefits from excellent access to motorway (M40, M5), air (Birmingham Intl. and Heathrow) and rail (Warwick Parkway to London) communications.For more detailed information on travelling to Stratford please click here.


The Tramway

Tel: 01789 297 593

Address: Shipston Road, CV37 7LW

A delightful pub opposite Bradbourne House and just a stone’s throw from Stratford town centre, offering good quality, reasonably price typical pub snacks and meals.


The Dirty Duck

Tel: 01789 297 312

Address: Southern Lane, CV37 6BA

Rub shoulders with the actors from the RSC for a drink or a pub meal in one of Stratford’s most popular pubs.


Rose & Crown

Tel: 01789 415 723

Address: 15 Sheep St, CV37 6EF

A Good Old English Pub in the centre of town.



Tel: 01789 292 554

Address: Sheep Street, Stratford-upon-Avon

Another of the oldest buildings in the centre of Startford. A modern restaurant in a traditional setting for a special occassion. When booking, request a table in the upstairs restaurant which has a homely atmosphere and a pleasant outlook onto Sheep Street.


The One Elm

Tel: 01789 404 919

Address: 1 Guild Street, Stratford-upon-Avon

Modern bar and restaurant. Ideal for popping in for a morning coffee, a lunch-time drink and snack or an evening meal.



Tel: 01789 297 259

Address: 4-5 Sheep Street, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6EF

Nice cuisine with a good selection of snacks and main meals.

Nearby Attractions

Stratford-upon-Avon is ideally placed to enjoy all that Warwickshire, the Cotswolds, and Oxfordshire have to offer. Local attractions include the theatre, picturesque riverside town with beautiful sight-seeing and scenic walks. The town can be accessed via a tree-lined walkway at the rear of the Old Tramway pub.

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Royal Shakespeare Theatre

The Royal Shakespeare Theatre is the centre of the Shakespearean world, with performances throughout the year with world-class actors.

Click here to see this Summer’s RSC Programme.

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Warwick is a fine medieval town with beautiful river walks, ancient streets and is home to the finest castle in Europe.

Warwick Castle, has for centuries been the home of the mighty Earls of Warwick. Key players in the brutal conflicts of the mediaeval period. Richard Neville, the most powerful baron in England, helped depose both Henry VI and Edward IV becoming known as the Kingmaker.

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Oxford, home to the oldest University in England. It is a city with a small heart where all of the universities colleges are clustered with their magnificent buildings and spires. The city has a vibrant shopping centre and there are beautiful walks along the River Thames, which runs through the heart of the city.

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Chipping Campden

Campden is one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the UK. With easy road access, it is ideal for a full vacation or just a short break.

Only 10 miles south of Stratford lies Chipping Campden is also a perfect place to stay with lovely walks amongst the beautiful Cotswold stone houses.

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Cheltenham Spa

Cheltenham Spa has so much to offer: shoping set within beautiful Georgian architecture, delightfully atmospheric restaurant and watering selections and the very best horse racing, including the Gold Cup National Hunt Festival. All this within a beautiful country setting under the lee of the Cotswold Edge.


Stratford Race Course

Stratford Racecourse has an excellent reputation for levels of prize money and being host to 19 thrilling horseracing fixtures. Racing takes place regularly between March and November, with many top trainers and jockeys attending.