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Focus on: Stratford Riverside Lodges Holiday Park, Warwickshire

November 6th, 2015 by Emily
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Stratford Riverside Lodges along the banks of the Avon

Soak up all that is quintessentially British with a stay at Stratford Riverside Lodges Holiday Park in Warwickshire. The definition of ‘middle-England’, the lodges are in the heart of Shakespeare country, offering a host of activities and days out to keep the whole family entertained.

Luxury riverside lodges

These luxurious lodges sit on the banks of the River Avon, which meanders down on through Stratford-upon-Avon. Accommodating between 4 and 6, these lodges have elegant, modern exteriors with a veranda and outside dining table each, and the interiors have been elegantly furnished for comfort and convenience, with contemporary furniture and wooden flooring throughout the generous open-plan living space.

If you’re looking for some extra luxury, some chalets even feature a hot tub. The site has its own bar, clubhouse and café (with takeaway if you can’t face cooking), while guests can also enjoy messing about on the river, fishing or hopping on the river taxi straight to Stratford’s historic heart.

Explore Shakespeare’s old haunts

Stratford is just a mile downstream, famous as the birthplace of William Shakespeare. Much of the town is now dedicated to the beloved bard, with his old house and the early residence of his wife, Anne Hathaway, still on display. Enjoy his plays brought to life by the best at the Royal Shakespeare Company’s theatres in town.

Warwick Castle, one of the best preserved in the UK, is a must-see destination, while the house and grounds of National Trust house Charlecote Park has something for all ages. For those of a more active disposition, you can try your hand locally at archery, quad biking or paintballing.

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