06. Easter in Warwickshire

Fri 29 March - Mon 1 April 24
4 Days
(Single Supplement £89)

Fri 29 - Mon 1 April 2024

Warwickshire is a captivating county with beautiful countryside threaded by rivers and canals. Grabbing the headlines is Shakespeare’s Stratford-upon-Avon, followed by medieval Warwick. Our journey will take us through the beautiful Cotswolds with its quintessential English villages and lively market towns.

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Your Holiday Includes

  • 3 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
  • Lord Leycester Hospital
  • River Avon Cruise
  • All coach travel & excursions

Hotel Information

The 4 star Crowne Plaza is in a picturesque setting beside the River Avon and just a short walk from the town centre. The restaurant and bar both overlook the river and gardens. All rooms are ensuite, bright and modern with television, tea/coffee facilities and hairdryer. Leisure facilities include an indoor swimming pool, spa pool, sauna, steam room and gym. The hotel has a lift and free Wi-Fi is available.

STRATFORD UPON AVON is a beautiful market town and of course, birthplace of William Shakespeare. Discover its amazing history and culture, explore the riverside and Canal Basin and enjoy a wide range of shops and many great restaurants. Whilst here experience the Avon from a new perspective with a SCENIC CRUISE, a unique trip with an amusing commentary and unparalleled views of the Theatre, Holy Trinity Church, Shakespeare’s burial place.

Delve into the medieval charms of WARWICK, an historic market town, full of architectural gems, where narrow cobbled streets are lined with pretty shops, quaint cafes and lovely parks are waiting to be explored.


Warwick is also the location of the LORD LEYCESTER HOSPITAL, “Architecturally – Priceless, Aesthetically – Enchanting and Historically – Fascinating”. Its Warwick’s answer to the Royal Hospital Chelsea, just smaller and older. During the reign of Elizabeth I it became a “Hospital”, a place of sanctuary taking care of fallen and deserving warriors. These beautiful timber-framed buildings, clustered around the Norman gateway, date back to the 14th and 15th centuries. They were built by the Guilds of Warwick; a Guildhall for meetings and a Great Hall for entertaining. Having only recently reopened after extensive renovations, its well worth a visit.


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