Bronhill House

260 Alcester Road, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 9JQ, United Kingdom
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The faux Tudor residence of William ShakespeareThe faux Tudor residence of William Shakespeare

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Forum Posts

thanks

by nech56

You are all great...thanks for the great advice..how long a drive from Stratford to Heathrow? Warwick to Heathrow? London to each of them?

Re: thanks

by leics

http://www.theaa.com/route-planner/index.jsp?database=B

will give you routes, traffic blackspots, roadworks etc and estimated timings.

Allow more time than it says for traffic congestion (plenty of that even on motorways, and especially on the M25 and M6), roadworks (plenty of those too) and the fact that you will be getting used to UK driving.

Be aware that there are many, many speed cameras. Stick to the limits, or you may find yourself paying a fine a month or so down the line. You won't necessarily know you have been 'caught' on camera. There are lots of CCTV cameras too,and traffic wardens giving out parking tickets.

Driving in central London is really not a good idea at all. Avoid it if you can.

Re: thanks

by nech56

leics...you really are helpful

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by leics

I do my best. :-)

Travel Tips for Stratford-upon-Avon

Gorgeous Tudor houses

by evaanna

The streets of Stratford-upon-Avon abound in gorgeous Tudor half-timbered houses. The timber patterns on them are not always made up of straight lines, the most interesting ones have curves and form complicated designs. The house next to Harvard House is one of them, it is now the Garrick Inn, named so after one of the best known Shakespearian actors. To its left is the beautiful ornate house with Pizza Hut on the ground floor. I wish all Pizza Huts looked like this. In the other picture you can see the Shakespeare Hostelrie, also timber-framed and forming a long line of gables. Don't be misled by their sign to think it's a hostel, 'hostelrie' is an archaic or humorous word for an inn or pub, and the place is simply a hotel.

River Avon Walk - part 6

by yooperprof

I walked along the river as far as the village of Luddington. Then I turned "inland" and walked back to Stratford via the Luddington and Evesham Roads.

I didn't see any pubs in Luddington, but I did stop for a pint and a burger at the Bell Tavern in Shottery, which was on the walk back. All told, I think it was about a four mile walk.

Butterfly Farm

by Nadia7

There is a wonderful butterfly farm at Stratford. I spent one whole day in the city, walking and taking pics. Butterfly Farm was my last stop before going back to Oxford. I LOVED the farm, there were many different species of butterflies, some of them would just land on my shoulders...it was a bit hard to take pics at the farm as there was a very high humidity due to the tropical conditions for all the butterflies. I felt like a princess when being surrounded by all the colourful wings...:)

Batsford Arboretum

by Watsoncomper

This is a worthwhile visit although it is in a village a number of miles outside Stratford.

It consists of an Arboretum, A falconry Centre and Garden Centre.

The Arboretum was created in 1886

The Arboretum is situated next to the private Batsford Hall. (See photograph)

With Batsford village nearby.

There is an entry price of £5 (Adult) to the Arboretum and a price of £5 (Adult) to the Falconry which considering the walks is well worth the money.

Every season has something to offer. I particularly like the winter walk (see separate travelogue)

Because it is fairly remote by UK standards even in the summer it can be a quiet haven.

The Royal Shakespeare Theatre

by uglyscot

This is one of three theatres in Stratford devoted to Shakespeare.
It has performances [Twelfth Night, in 2005] of other plays as well.
Acess for disabled is not the best. More information can be seen at www. stratford-on-avon.co.uk

Telephones are manned from 9.00-20.00 Monday to Saturday

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