Stratford-Upon-Avon: One Night Stay For Two With 45-Minute Boat Cruise, Wine, and Breakfast for £79 at Holiday Inn (52% Off)
- Riverside hotel near town centre
- 4* AA rating
- Located in Shakespeare's birthplace of Stratford-upon-Avon
- Spa, gym, and swimming pool
- Restaurant and terrace lounge
- One mile from rail station
- One night stay for two people in en suite double bedroom
- Bottle of house wine on arrival
- 45-minute sightseeing boat cruise on the river Avon
- Departs from hotel's jetty
- Breakfast in the morning
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 1 per stay. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required via http://www.reserve-now.co.uk/. 72-hour cancellation policy. Check-in from 3pm; check-out by 11am. Valid for king, double or twin room; subject to availability, with breakfast. Includes bottle of house wine. Boat cruise lasts approximately 45 minutes; available daily with no booking necessary. Cruise provided by Bancroft Cruisers. Subject to weather conditions and river height, cruise may depart from main River Avon. Must be 18 or older with valid ID for alcohol. Secure car parking on site incurs £5 per night supplement. Original value based on hotel's online best flexible rate for October 2012. Original values verified 13 September 2012 at 5.48pm.
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Found near the beating heart of Shakespeare's birthplace, Holiday Inn Stratford-Upon-Avon sits happily on the riverbank, overlooking the gentle greenery of this historic town. Come out and play with today's Groupon from Holiday Inn:
• One night stay for two for £79
In an en suite double room with a boat cruise, bottle of wine, and breakfast
This riverside hotel sports its own private jetty and teams up with Bancroft Cruiser to offer sightseeing boat trips. The scenic surrounds of the hotel invite guests to amble along the River Avon, or catch some sun in the landscaped gardens. Inside, spa and leisure facilities offer a path to relaxation and include a sauna, gym, and the rippling water of a heated indoor pool. The modern Riverside Restaurant serves up hearty portions of carvery meats and other delights, while the Terrace Bar and Lounge satisfies hungry eyes with views across the town.
For a gentle means of seeing the town, take the 45-minute river cruise from just outside the hotel. The boat will travel through the historic market town and former home of Shakespeare, passing his resting place and a 15th century bridge along the way. After returning to dry land, discover Hall's Croft, the home of the bard's eldest daughter, and marvel at the 17th architecture and walled rose garden. Potter along one of the many charming lanes, such as Henley Street, one of the town's oldest thoroughfares and home to Shakespeare's birthplace and plenty of colourful shops and cafes.
ReviewsTripAdvisor (487 Reviews)
The Holiday Inn Statford-upon-Avon earned a comfortable 3.5/5 on TripAdvisor, while 89% of 58 LateRooms.com visitors would stay again. Though opinions varied on the room decor, many visitors found the staff polite and helpful. Special praise, however, went to the hotel's location for its proximity to the theatre and town centre.