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Stratford-upon-Avon Stag Do Activities

Stratford-upon-Avon Stag Do
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Stratford-upon-avon Stag weekends


Stratford-upon-Avon it's a perfect place for a stag weekend. It's set in the beautiful rural Warwickshire countryside, on the picturesque banks of the...

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er Avon. Enjoy a stroll around the town centre with its good selection of independent shops, restaurants and tearooms. A great way to explore the town and the neighbouring villages of Shottery and Wilmcote (home to Anne Hathaway's Cottage and Mary Arden's Farm) is with City Sightseeing's hop-on, hop off open top buses. It is, of course, most famous for being the birthplace of the world's greatest playwright, William Shakespeare.


Stag Ideas:


Stratford-upon-avon is alive and kicking with a wealth of venues and activities to keep a stag night group happy. Situated in the scenic rural Warwickshire countryside Stratford is perfect for those stag groups looking for a more relaxed laid back stag weekend. With the Shakespearean history, culture and fun stag traditional city is offering something different from the hustle and bustle of the busy city. Stratford offers range of activities from superior quality golf courses to Shooting, go kart racing, paitball for driving off-road 4x4 and celebrate your bachelor party Stratford are many traditional pubs, chic bars and gourmet restaurants offering a fantastic selection of cuisines. If you really want to play it there is also eye popping place and lap top dance club partying all night.


Nightlife:


As soon as the sun sets, the partygoers come out in force, ready for a legendary night of dancing. Stratford is fairly small, it's much easier to get around on foot than some of our bigger destinations and all of the best bars, pubs and clubs are very close from each other. Situated in the heart of the city centre Chicago Rock Caf' offers drinking, dining and dancing all under one roof, whatever the occasion, birthday, stag party or a night out with friends. Experience a night relaxing atmosphere of sensational adult entertainment at the most glamorous club in Stratford-upon-Avon with a Moroccan interior, funky music and sexy dancers.


Food/Restaurant:


There are many restaurants in Stratford-upon-Avon offers a wide selection of cuisines, local and international. Most offer lunchtime and evening meals and quite a few are open all day, some serving pre theatre and post theatre meals. Church Street Townhouse Stratford's historic restaurant whether for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Lambs restaurant is a fashionable and contemporary restaurant with very old roots. The menu includes Gressingham duck, fried goat cheese and slow roasted lamb shank, supported by a strong wine. Situated in the heart of Stratford-upon-Avon Vintner Wine Bar offers delicious meals in a relaxed place full of beams, exposed brickwork and low ceilings. Customers come here for good food (mostly steaks, salads and roasts) and lively conversation. Edward Moon's restaurant named after a famous creative traveling chef who cooked up the flavours of home for the British colonial service in the early nineteen hundreds. Restaurant is serving you the best quality food using local English ingredients.


Culture:


Stratford Upon Avon is often considered as a unique centre of culture and remarkable for its historical significance as the home of William Shakespeare, there is usually very full calendar of events. Whether you are at festivals, music, theatre, art, or any other type of cultural display, should be something for you in the city.


Famous for:


In Stratford-upon-Avon you can visit all of the five Shakespeare houses that are restored and managed by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust so visitors can experience how they lived in the 1600's.


Shakespeare's Birthplace - where William was born and lived.


Anne Hathaway's Cottage - family home of Shakespeare's wife.


Mary Arden's House - childhood home of Shakespeare's mother Hall's Croft - home of the husband of Shakespeare's daughter.


Susanna Nash's House & New Place - Shakespeare's family home from 1597 until 1616.


History:


At first Stratford Upon Avon was a typical village but in the late 12th century it was transformed into a town. Founded by the Saxons when they invaded what is now Warwickshire in the 7th century AD. The name Stratford is made up of Celtic and Saxon words. Avon is a Celtic word meaning river or water. In the year 1196 King Richard I granted Stratford the right to hold weekly markets. (In the Middle Ages there were few shops so if you wished to buy or sell anything you had to go to a market). Soon the town of Stratford Upon Avon was up and running and there were many craftsmen there such as blacksmiths, carpenters, shoemakers, brewers and bakers. Stratford was also known for its malting industry.


Travel to:


Stratford-upon-Avon is located in the Midlands in the county of Warwickshire. There are wide variety of travel option; road, train, bus and there are nearby airports at Birmingham (35 miles), Manchester (60 miles) and London Heathrow (95 miles).

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