STAMFORD HALL FARMHOUSE
Shakespeare Country bed & breakfast

Stamford Hall, Ettington,
Stratford upon Avon,
Warwickshire, CV37 7PA

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Local Links
Please find a small selection of things to see and do locally, if you have a particular interest and its not here let us know and we will do our best to find out. All places shown are within a 40 minute drive.

Local places to eat
We have a good selection and we suggest booking to avoid disappointment, click on links to see their websites.

The Chequers Ettington, Our local Gastro pub, only a mile away.

The Peacock Oxhill, Very close and excellent.

Ebrington Arms, about fifteen minutes drive near Chipping Campden. Won North Cotswold Pub of the year 3 years running.

The Bell in Alderminster, part of The Alscot Estate, just outside Stratford.

Fuzzy Duck, Armscote, A gastro pub about five miles from us.

Howard Arms Ilmington, Traditional country pub with restaurant.

Eating in Stratford

Visit Stratford upon Avon To discover latest about what's on, and where to eat in Stratford.

Sorrento Restaurant A favourite Italian, perfect for a pre or after theatre dinner.

Le Bistrot Pierre Another good place for a pre theatre dinner.



Places of interest in Warwickshire
Royal Shakespeare Company -To book tickets to the theatre.

Shakespeare Birthplace Trust - To see houses and places the bard knew. New - The redesigned Gardens at New Place

Compton Verney - Art gallery and much more - just a couple of miles from us

Heritage Motor Centre at Gaydon. Worlds largest collection of British cars.

Warwick - County town with historic past.

Warwick Castle - Medieval castle with Victorian additions

Lord Leycester Hospital - Just down the road from the Castle. Highly recommended

Kenilworth Castle - Romantic ruin run by English Heritage

Ragley Hall - Historic Palladian House.

Racing

Stratford - Warwick - Cheltenham

The Cotswolds and Oxfordshire
Stow in the Wold - Historic Market town in the Cotswolds, places to eat, art and antique shops.

National Trust Properties - within easy reach.

Charlecote - Home of the Lucy family since the 12th century, Shakespeare is supposed to have poached game here as a young man.

Baddesley Clinton - 15th Century moated manor house, belonging to the Ferrers Family.

Hidcote Gardens - The world famous garden created by the American Lawrence Johnson, combine with Kiftsgate.

Upton House - Fine paintings and restored 1930's garden.

Packwood - Impressive topiary, close to Baddesley Clinton.

Chastleton - Jacobean Gem - untouched.

We are very fortunate enough to live in one of the most beautiful and historic regions in England

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