The 16th Century, four-star Billesley Manor Hotel that sits in 11 acres of beautiful countryside just outside the medieval town of Stratford-Upon-Avon has 72 bedrooms and 20 meeting rooms.
The 16th century, four-star heritage hotel is situated in the birthplace of William Shakespeare, the renowned playwright. Spread over 11 acres of the beautiful English countryside in the medieval town, it has 72 rooms and 20 meeting rooms. An exquisite retreat away from the madding crowd, it is equipped with a health and leisure club, an indoor pool, a tennis court and a helipad, and has a listed 100-year-old topiary garden. Its AA Rosette-rated Stuart Restaurant serves delectable English cuisines cooked from seasonal and local produce.
While you are at the Manor, visit the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, discover the myths and magic of the 10th century Warwick Castle, which is well-preserved, and enjoy quiet and lovely moments at the hotel’s library, where Shakespeare is believed to have penned his famous play, As You Like It. The ground of the hotel has the Grade-1 listed church, All Saints, which was built in the 11th century and remodelled in the 17th century.