The New Inn

Clifford Chambers, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 8HR, United Kingdom
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Travel Tips for Stratford-upon-Avon

Old Buildings

by barryg23

Stratford has a very old world feel to it and I liked the way most of the shops and buildings have retained their original look. The architecture and look of Barclays Bank (pictured), Pizza Hut, Cafe Costa and other businesses fitted in nicely with the more historic buildings in the town.

Daffodills!

by Jenniflower

Spring had certainly sprung when we visited Stratford-upon-Avon!

I recently learn that some daffodills are poisonous, and this took me aback, as there are so many around in spring (I even have them in my flower box on my balcony! They are so pretty!), and children love putting things in their mouths...

There were all kinds of flowers, as can be seen in the travelogue, but there were tons more daffodills of various shapes, colours and sizes. All over the place.

Very pretty!

Holy Trinity Church 2: the grave slabs

by leics

The nearer to the altar you were buried, the nearer to God you were.

And the more expensive your grave.

Ordinary folk were never buried within churches: for them, the open churchyard was the only option (mostly without any marker, except perhaps a wooden cross).

For the wealthy, a grave within the church was essential.

Many of the floor slabs in Holy Trnity have been removed, their brsses taken to the brass rubbing centre nearby (or lost over the centuries).

But you can still see some of the slate grave slabs. These date from the 1700s, when slate became a fashionable stone for grave-marking. Road surfaces and transportation had developed enough for it to be easily carried from Wales, so it was very much a novelty.

The slabs in the photo date from the mid-1700s, but there are some from earlier.

Delightful little tearoom :)

by Jenniflower about Hathaway Tea Rooms & Bakery

I would imagine that this little tea room is extremely hard to get into during peak season!

We were here in spring and literally got the last little table under the eaves upstairs. There is a seating area downstairs, as well as upstairs... with a choice of sitting under the eaves at the back of the tea room, or in front of the tea room... overlooking the bustling High Street. We chose the intimate eaves!

Some of the staff were quite new you could tell, they werent sure what was what, and to be honest... it was a tad higgledy-piggedly! BUT that aside, it was a lovely experience... the food was divine, the atmosphere old world and character-filled.

Everywhere you look there are little antiques... eg: eye out the gorgeous grandfather clock on the staircase... a waste if you aske me! (in one of my photos).

All these little things add to the charm of this tea room. We had a cream tea, the sones were warm, the cream fresh and the strawberry jam really delicious!

As part of their cream tea price, they give you an extra dessert for free too... as if you havent had enough sweet things!

We had a couple of sweets, shown in the photos.. they were delicious... far too delicious!

Highly recommended little tea room!

anne hathaway's cottage

by doug48

located in the village of shottery a mile west of strarford upon avon is anne hathaway's "cottage". anne hathaway's home is really a twelve room elizabethan farm house. in shakespeare's time it was called newlands farm. this beautiful thached building is a must see site when in the stratford upon avon area. open to the public.

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Address: Clifford Chambers, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 8HR, United Kingdom