Shakespeare Country & Cotswolds Summer Weekend
BU3CAEJoin us on this relaxing weekend break to Warwickshire as we soak up the history, peaceful ambience and charm of Shakespeare Country and the scenic Cotswolds.
Take in the gorgeous Cotswolds, with their gently rolling hills scattered with honey-coloured stone towns and villages, the regency architecture and broad boulevards of Leamington Spa plus the beautiful, historic town of Warwick. We also discover Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon, the world-famous medieval market town.
So sit back whilst we take care of all the arrangements on this lovely, great value weekend getaway.
An ideal choice for:
* Friends or family looking to enjoy some hassle-free time away
* Bargain hunters or anyone looking to escape the day-to-day for a couple of days
* Discovering picturesque, historic towns
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Join your coach this morning and travel to the Cotswolds with its picture-postcard villages and the picturesque rolling hills overlooking ancient honey-coloured period buildings. We will stop at two of the Cotswolds’ most beautiful towns and villages including historic Broadway, known as the 'Jewel of the Cotswolds' with its pretty High Street lined with horse chestnut trees and mixture of period houses and honey coloured Cotswold stone cottages.
Day 2After a hearty breakfast, we travel to Leamington Spa for a morning visit and then to Warwick for the afternoon.
Royal Leamington Spa is an elegant town in the heart of rural Warwickshire with its tree lined avenues, squares and beautiful gardens. It was once just a tiny village, but the mineral springs here brought it fame and fortune around 1800. Stroll down the wide boulevards, admire the stunning architecture and pretty parks, and immerse yourself in this Regency town.
Warwick is famous for its castle, but there are many other hidden delights to be found in this beautiful town. Warwick and its historic buildings have featured in the BBC TV’s drama series ‘Dangerfield’, ‘Pride and Prejudice’, ‘Tom Jones’ and Granada Television’s ‘Moll Flanders’. You may wish to take afternoon tea in one of the town’s tearooms or visit one of the many museums.
Day 3After a full English Breakfast, we bid farewell to our hotel and head to the lovely town of Stratford-upon-Avon, forever associated with William Shakespeare. It is a thriving market town on the banks of the River Avon, filled with lovely half-timbered buildings and scenic riverside walks. Fans of The Bard can visit his birthplace, and there’s a chance to wander the riverside gardens or discover the town’s theatres including the Swan Theatre, home of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
- 2 nights stay at a 4* hotel with English breakfast & evening meal
- Drive through Cotswolds with stops at two of the most famous locations*
- Free time to explore Warwick
- Excursion to Royal Leamington Spa
- Visit to Stratford-upon-Avon
- Direct Coach Travel
- Net Zero Carbon Offset Certificate
Cotswolds Villages including BroadwayINCLUDED Visitor Destination
The world famous Cotswolds are the largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in England, covering nearly 800 square miles over 5 counties. You are sure to fall in love with the honey-coloured stone, quaint villages and lively market towns and rolling hills, the ‘wolds’ themselves.
Often referred to as the 'Jewel of the Cotswolds', beautiful and historic Broadway is a memorable place to visit with its pretty High Street lined with horse chestnut trees and mixture of period houses and picturesque honey coloured Cotswold stone cottages which have lured visitors for centuries. It is a real pleasure to browse the cute shops and tea rooms. Perhaps pay a visit to the lovely Lygon Arms Hotel and snuggle by the fire with a tasty treat. It is intriguing to think that, during the Civil War, Oliver Cromwell actually spent the night before the Battle of Worcester here, while King Charles Ihad previously used the building to meet and rally his royalist supporters.
Royal Leamington SpaINCLUDED Visitor DestinationRoyal Leamington Spa is a beautiful and prosperous town located in the heart of Warwickshire. With a current population of around 50,000, the town’s growth was largely due to the natural spa springs that were discovered and commercialised in the nineteenth century. This Regency town boasts magnificent tree-lined avenues, pleasant squares and the Royal Pump Rooms which house this elegant town’s museum and art gallery. With unique shopping, spa treatments and great places to eat you will see why it is often described as 'the best bits of London all in a 10 minute walk'!
WarwickWarwick is famous for its magnificent castle, superb specialist and independent shops, historic charm and a fantastic range of places to eat & drink.
Visit the magnificent Warwick Castle, gaze at the ancient artefacts in St Mary’s Church or take a leisurely stroll by the River Avon, there’s something for everyone.
Stratford-upon-AvonINCLUDED Visitor DestinationStratford-upon-Avon is best known as the birthplace of England’s most famous bard, William Shakespeare. Stratford upon Avon is a pretty historic market town situated on the banks of the River Avon and a popular tourist destination attracting over three million visitors a year. With its beautiful surroundings, wide range of tourist attractions and great shopping, it’s not hard to see why this town is such a hit with coach trip visitors. Back to top
Delta Hotels Marriott WarwickThe Marriott Warwick Hotel is a 4-star hotel located in the countryside near to Warwick. It has 180 bedrooms all with free WiFi, 50inch televisions and mineral water. The hotel offers a wide selection of dining options including the hotel's restaurant, bar / lobby and a 24-hour room service menu. To keep you energised the hotel has a large gym with free weight section. The hotel has lifts to all floors.
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