Undoubtedly the oldest building in Stratford that dates back to 1500 is now used as an inn. The original charm and atmosphere remain as a legacy of its long and interesting history. Facilities include an inviting foyer, the Oak Room Restaurant, a unique wood paneled room adjoining the cosy bar. Low beams, a large open fire, antique furniture and its own captivating mural create an environment harking back to a bygone age.
This pleasant hotel is housed in the very heart of Shakespeare's birthplace, the historic town of Stratford Upon Avon where guests can explore the old that meet new, as the town shows off its truly magnificent architecture and the present day. Attractions include the town's bustling market, the Butterfly Farm or a tranquil trip down the river Avon. Close to Wellesbourne Water Mill and Warwickshire Castle.
Each of the traditional rooms comes with an en suite bathroom with hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, a minibar/ fridge and a hire safe. Each also comes with elaborately decorated ceilings and large beds.
By Car: Exit M40 junction 15. Follow the A46 into Stratford-upon-Avon following the one way system. Turn left on to the A3400 sign-posted Birmingham. Turn left at the roundabout then turn left again at the traffic lights. You will see the White Swan on your left distinguished by its 'black and white' front and opposite the clock tower. Parking is available offsite in Mansell Street Car Park. Please come into reception for directions and a pass.