£149 — 4-star Stratford-upon-Avon stay, was £245

£149 — 4-star Stratford-upon-Avon stay, was £245
39% Off
Location: Waterside the midlands

The 4-Silver-Star Arden Hotel is "perfect for visiting the Bard’s hometown and its world-famous theatres", says The AA. An overnight stay there is now £149 — saving up to 39% on the usual price.

According to The Daily Telegraph, The Arden Hotel is "perfectly located for sightseers" and "absolutely ideal for RSC theatre-goers" -- the property is opposite the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and the River Avon
The Bard is said to have written plays in the hotel's garden
The hotel is a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World collection, and its restaurant -- No 44 Brasserie on The Waterside -- holds two AA Rosettes
Shakespeare's Birthplace is a short walk from the hotel and Anne Hathaway's cottage is less than 10 minutes' drive away; Warwick Castle is around 20 minutes by car
Overnight accommodation in a Superior Room, with full English breakfast, for two
A cheeseboard to share (worth £10.50)
A glass of wine on arrival (worth £6.45 per person)
Royal Shakespeare Company Tower (worth £3 per person) and Bicester Village VIP tickets
Additional nights on a B&B basis are £110 (maximum stay of three nights)
You can stay in a Deluxe Room for an extra £10 per night (payable to the hotel direct)
Friday and Saturday nights are an extra £10 per night (payable to the hotel direct)
Not available on 11, 17-18, 21, 24-26 September; 4, 7-8 October; 18, 28 November
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