Feeling a bit jaded? Fancy a bit of TLC? Or just need to escape from the daily grind?
One of the best ways to recharge your batteries is to spend a few hours at a spa. Even better, stay overnight at a hotel with spa facilities and you’re guaranteed to check out feeling like a new person.
Shakespeare’s England boasts a wealth of visitor attractions, many of which are accessible for people with disabilities or impairments of any kind. And in view of the forthcoming Disabled Access Day 10th-12th March, we thought it might be useful to highlight a few in and around Stratford-upon-Avon…
With several major anniversaries being celebrated this year – including the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s death and 20 years since publication of the first Harry Potter book – 2017 is set to be a bumper year for literary lovers.
Most of us will have seen a production of Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hamlet or Much Ado About Nothing at some point over the years – whether performed as a school play or by a professional theatre company.
Shakespeare’s England has always had an impressive selection of hotels. But this year it’s set to get even better with several of the region’s hotels undertaking – or recently completing – major refurbishment programmes.