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Enjoy an action-packed summer in Shakespeare’s England!

With summer around the corner now is a great time to plan a break to Shakespeare’s England. Have a go at camel trekking with Joseph’s Amazing Camels. The 3 hour experience starts with refreshments followed by grooming and tacking up the camels. The trek lasts just over an hour and finishes with a drink and […]

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Father’s Day in Shakespeare’s England

With Father’s Day weekend just around the corner, Shakespeare’s England is geared up to offer the special Dad in your life a fantastic day! From afternoon tea to delicious lunches and unforgettable days out, you can rest assured he will be feeling pretty special this Sunday 17th June. Step back in time on Sunday to […]

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National Vegetarian Week in Shakespeare’s England

This week (14 - 20 May) marks National Vegetarian Week and here at Shakespeare’s England, we want to celebrate some of the great veggie food our region has to offer. Whether you’re cutting down on meat, in the process of turning veggie or just want to try some delicious vegetarian recipes, you’ll be spoilt for […]

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Have a cracking great Easter in Shakespeare’s England!

Have a cracking great Easter with a host of activities for all the family in Shakespeare’s England from 31 March – 15 April. Meet ‘William the Conqueror Rattus’ at Warwick Castle, search for treasure in the gardens of Shakespeare’s Birthplace, see new-born lambs and chicks, search for clues to win prizes with Easter trails and […]

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Celebrate Mother’s Day in Shakespeare’s England!

Shakespeare’s England is offering Mum’s a whole host of treats including free admission to attractions and special offers including lunches and afternoon teas with which to celebrate on Sunday 11 March. With so much to see and do, Shakespeare’s England is the ideal place to show Mum’s and Grandma’s how much they mean to you […]

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Plenty of dog friendly places in Shakespeare’s England!

Home to the world’s most famous playwright, majestic Castles, unique heritage, great theatre, culture and glorious gardens, Shakespeare’s England offers everything for a short break. With many families having pets and preferring to take their beloved dog away with them, Shakespeare’s England also offers a range of pet-friendly places to visit, eat and stay! Attractions […]

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Chesford Grange

My husband and I were recently invited to sample the facilities at the Chesford Grange, a delightful 4 star hotel situated on the outskirts of Kenilworth. The hotel is set in 17 acres and close to Leamington Spa, Warwick and just 13 miles from Birmingham Airport. Situated on the edge of the River Avon, the […]

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The Townhouse – Review

My husband and I were fortunate to dine and stay overnight at newly refurbished Townhouse, a 400 year old, Grade II listed building with 16th century rooms at the rear and an 18th century castellated frontage. Situated opposite Shakespeare’s Schoolhouse in the centre of Stratford-upon-Avon, The Townhouse re-opened in April 2017 following an extensive refurbishment. […]

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Jam or cream first? Now THAT is the question…

Afternoon tea is a much-loved English tradition, believed to have been created by the 7th Duchess of Bedford back in 1840. But if you’ve ever been to Devon or Cornwall you’ll probably be aware of a long-standing dispute between residents of the two counties. Namely whether the ‘correct’ way is to spread the clotted cream […]

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Take time out to tee off…

Fancy getting away for a golfing break this summer, but don’t want to drive too far? Check out Shakespeare’s England. Located in the heart of the country with easy motorway access and a wealth of fabulous golf hotels, the region is the perfect destination for business or pleasure golfers alike. For starters there’s the Ardencote […]

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Ready to be bowled over this summer?

Whether you’re into betting, bikes or bowls, sports fans have much to keep them entertained in Shakespeare’s England over the coming months… If you enjoy a flutter, then head over to Warwick Racecourse located near to Warwick Castle in the town centre. One of the oldest racecourses in the country, it offers a full racing […]

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‘Cracking’ Easter treats for all the family

Wondering how to entertain the kids over the Easter holidays? You’ve come to the right place, as Shakespeare’s England is a real treat at Easter time… Alongside sensational shows, gruesome history, birds of prey and the mighty trebuchet, this Easter sees the launch of a brand new Horrible Histories Maze at Warwick Castle. Meanwhile over […]

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