Home to Shakespeare's birthplace & the Royal Shakespeare Company
There is much to do & see in historic Stratford, including river cruises & a local market.
Anne Hathaway’s cottage & Mary Arden’s house are easily accessible.
Chipping Camden is an old wool merchant town. Its historic market hall was built in 1627.
It has a range of artisan shops and provides an ideal place for afternoon tea.
Broadway has a reputation as the jewel of the Cotswolds. In the 16th Century was a major stopover point between Worcester & London.
Broadway Tower is a locally built folly, and was once home of the Arts and Crafts Movement founder William Morris. At the top on a clear day, you can see fourteen counties.
The Gloucester Warwickshire Railways Trust (GWSR) train line has recently been reopened, running from Broadway to Cheltenham through the picturesque Gloucestershire countryside.
Warwick is a medieval twon
Home of the famous Warwick castle, standing on the bank of the river Avon.
Worcester is steeped in history with a beautiful cathedral.
The dramatic Malvern hills are great for walking & discovering the Town of Great Malvern.
Restaurants and pubs of interest