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Easter in Stratford upon Avon - at Heritage Mews self catering holiday cottage
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Stratford upon Avon is perfect for an Easter break. Explore Stratford's historic town centre with its beautiful architecture, riverside setting and excellent choice of restaurants, pubs, cafes and interesting independent shops. Visit Shakespeare's Family Homes with Easter events and exhibitions. Discover delightful riverside walks through parks and gardens along the banks of the beautiful River Avon and enjoy a sightseeing cruise aboard an Edwardian launch. Take in a play at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and take a trip up the Theatre Tower or a back-stage tour.

Heritage Mews is a luxury two bedroom holiday cottage comfortably accommodating three guests (plus one infant in a cot). The cottage enjoys an excellent central yet peaceful location in Stratford's Old Town - close to the River Avon and a 10 minute stroll from the town centre, restaurants, shops and theatres. Awarded a Visit England 5 Star Gold Award for "exceptional quality of accommodation and customer service", this beautifully maintained cottage is ideal for discerning couples and small families. For details of the accommodation please visit our website Heritage Mews

Stay at Heritage Mews Gold Award winning self catering cottage and enjoy a special Easter welcome - with spring flowers arranged in the cottage for your arrival, a complimentary welcome tray with Easter treats for all ages and the beautifully maintained private courtyard garden colourful with spring flowers.

Occupancy and Rates: maximum occupancy is 3 named guests (non-smokers only please), plus one infant age under 2 years in a cot (crib). Rates shown below are for up to 3 guests. For a fourth infant guest there is an additional occupancy charge of £15 for the first two nights plus £5 per additional night, or £40 per week. To check all our available 2017 dates and rates, please see our availability calendar

EASTER / APRIL BREAKS - Weekly lets (or longer) and Short Breaks of 2 nights or more are available.
WEEKLY LETS:
1April to 8 April 2017 - £650 per week; 8 April to 29 April 2017 - £670 per week. Additional nights are pro rata.
SHORT BREAKS: 1 to 8 April 2017:
2 nights £285; 3 nights £390; 4 nights £470; 5 nights £540; 6 nights £600.
8 April to 29 April 2017: 2 nights £295; 3 nights £400; 4 nights £480; 5 nights £555; 6 nights £615.
SPECIAL OFFER ~ £20 DISCOUNT on above prices for 2 & 3 night breaks for two guests using only 1 bedroom
Our rates are inclusive of central heating, utilities, bed linen, towels, Wi-Fi and private parking for 2 cars. Details on booking and our Terms and Conditions of Hire can be found on our how to book page.

Spring flowers at Heritage Mews

Val and Simon Broke-Smith look forward to welcoming you at Heritage Mews. To contact us -
telephone +44 (0)1564 778649; or mobile +44 (0)7946 200740 or

email enquiries@heritagemews.co.uk

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Spring flowers in the sunny, secluded courtyard garden at Heritage Mews holiday cottage, Old Town, Stratford-upon-Avon.

Easter in Stratford-upon-Avon and Shakespeare Country

Heritage Mews is two or three minutes' walk from Holy Trinity Church, one of England's most beautiful Parish churches situated on the banks of the River Avon and where you can visit Shakespeare's grave. From here you can walk into town along the delightful riverside footpath or enjoy peaceful walks out into adjacent open countryside. Enjoy a sightseeing cruise along the beautiful River Avon in a traditional Edwardian launch, or hire a rowing boat or self-drive motor boat to explore over 3 miles of peaceful river. Explore Stratford's unique architectural heritage - walk the centuries' old route from Shakespeare's Birthplace to Holy Trinity Church, known as The Historic Spine. Eat out at Stratford's excellent choice of restaurants, pubs, traditional tea rooms and coffee shops and enjoy shopping at Stratford's interesting independent shops as well as high street stores.

"A lovely house in a great location
We had a lovely Easter weekend in Stratford upon Avon, and this was the ideal place to stay. The owners could not have been more welcoming, and their house was spotlessly clean and beautifully presented. The house was just a short walk from all the shops and attractions in the town, ideal for our theatre visit. The courtyard garden was a colourful haven, perfect for a relaxing glass of red in the evening! I think Val and Simon have provided just about everything one could possibly need in a holiday home from home.
My family and I cannot recommend this place highly enough, and hope to stay again in the future."
Home Away independent review. Rating: ***** 5 out of 5.

Falconry at Mary Arden's Farm

Enjoy Easter activities at the Shakespeare Houses in Stratford-upon-Avon town centre and nearby villages. At Shakespeare's Birthplace see costumed actors perform excerpts from his plays. Walk in Shakespeare's footsteps at New Place, where a contemporary landscape reveals the footprint of his last home. Explore Hall's Croft in Old Town, the beautifully furnished Jacobean home of Shakespeare's daughter and enjoy the spring flowers in the tranquil walled garden.

Visit romantic Anne Hathaway's Cottage in Shottery and explore the beautiful gardens. Visit Mary Arden’s Farm in Wilmcote, the childhood home of Shakepeare's mother. Learn about Tudor rural life from costumed guides. See rare breeds, falconry displays and explore nature trails

Anne Hathaway's Cottage in Spring
Falconry display at Mary Arden's Farm   Springtime at Anne Hathaway's Cottage, Shottery

National Trust houses and gardens - visit the many interesting National Trust houses and gardens near Stratford open in April.

  • Charlecote Park, between Stratford and Warwick on the banks of the River Avon: a superb Tudor house, gardens and landscaped 'Capability' Brown parkland with a herd of fallow deer. Grounds and outbuildings open 7 days; house open 6 days - closed Wednesday.
    Easter at Charlecote - 8 to 23 April 2017 and Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt - 13 to 18 April 2017. Open 10.30am to 4.30pm.
    Spring has Sprung - 6 April 2017 11am to 1pm. A guided springtime walk with rangers to see how nature has transformed the park and gardens since the beginning of the year.

  • Baddesley Clinton, Lapworth, Warwickshire: a picturesque moated manor house and garden - see the 3 priest holes. Open 7 days a week. April and Easter opening times - garden, restaurant and shop 9am to 5pm; house 11am to 5pm. Please note - you will only be able to visit Baddesley Clinton over the Easter weekend, Friday 14 to Monday 17 April, if you have pre-booked a ticket - available online.

  • Packwood House, Lapworth (close to Baddesley Clinton), An interesting restored Tudor house with park, lakeside walk, gardens and notable topiary. Barn Restaurant is open all day. Open 7 days a week in April / Easter 2017 - house and grounds open 11am to 5pm; cafe, park and shop open 9am to 5pm. Please note - you will only be able to visit Packwood over the Easter weekend, Friday 14 to Monday 17 April, if you have pre-booked a ticket - available online.

  • Coughton Court, near Alcester: an imposing Tudor house set in beautiful grounds - home to the Throckmorton family. Learn about its associations with the Gunpowder plot, priest holes and take in the views from the Tudor tower. House open 5 days a week in April, from Wednesday to Sunday, 11am to 5pm. Easter weekend, 14 to 17 April, admission by bookable ticket only.
    The Daffodil Society National Show - 15 & 16 April 2017, 12.00 to 4pm, with hundreds of exhibits, new varieties, and experts on hand to answer questions. See the rare Throckmorton daffodils in bloom in the award-winning Throckmorton family gardens. Daffodil Society Show

  • Hidcote Manor Garden, near Chipping Campden: one of the country's great gardens, created by Lawrence Johnston who was passionate about plants. The garden is divided into a series of 'outdoor rooms' each with its own character and vibrant with spring bulbs and flowers. Open 7 days a week in April:- 1 to 7 April from 10am to 5pm; from 8 April open until 6pm.

  • Snowshill Manor, near Broadway: a Cotswold manor set in hillside gardens. Home to Charles Wade's spectacular collection of everyday and extraordinary objects, from tiny toys to suits of Samurai armour. Opens 7 days a week in April / Easter - house open 12noon to 5pm; garden, shop and tearoom open 11am to 5.30pm.

  • Upton House and Gardens, near Banbury, Warwickshire: from 25 March 2017 the National Trust will be presenting Upton House as it was in 1927 when Lord Bearsted bought the house 90 years ago to the day. Visitors will be invited to walk in Lord Bearsted's shoes and enter the house for a viewing with the land agent. Upton is open 6 days a week in April (closed Thursdays): house open 1pm to 5pm; garden open 11am to 5pm. 8 to 23 April 2017 - Upton Explorer Trail - follow the trail around the grounds and discover some of Upton's hidden secrets. 14 to 18 April 2017 - Cadbury Egg Hunt.

  • Farnborough Hall, near Banbury, Warwickshire: honey-coloured stone house with exquisite plasterwork, library treasures collected during the Grand tour. Fine landscaped gardens with panoramic views. A family home largely unaltered since the 18th century. Open Saturdays 2pm to 5.30pm in April.

Enjoy wonderful displays of spring bulbs at Batsford Arboretum near Moreton-in-Marsh and in Blockley, near Chipping Campden, Mill Dene Garden
is well worth a visit.

At Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, near Oxford (under one hour's drive), during Easter Weekend, 14 to 17 April 2017, there will be numerous family Easter activities, including a vintage fun fair in the Palace Pleasure Gardens as well as the permanent giant Marlborough Hedge Maze, Butterfly House and newly refurbished Adventure Playground.

Visit Compton Verney Art Gallery: the house, exhibitions and grounds are open from 18 March 2017, 10am to 5pm. Explore the beautiful grounds and see the 2017 opening exhibition Creating the Countryside.

Warwick Castle is open 10am to 6pm.

Kenilworth Castle (English Heritage) - April opening times to be announced.


Telephone: +44 (0)1564 778649; or mobile +44 (0)7946 200740

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