Being creative writing students, this was the part of our trip that we were looking forward to the most. Stratford-Upon-Avon was the birthplace of Shakespeare who I'm sure needs no introduction. Hannah had been to Stratford when she was a kid and had lovely memories of the place. Unfortunately we didn't have enough time here but we tried to make the most of the two hours.
The inside of the Inn was as charming as the outside with a solid and authentic timber frame and excellent aroma of food. I ordered a burger with chips here and wasn't at all disappointed by the service and the food quality. At the end however, we almost had to swallow our food because we were running out of time.
This was the last destination in our trip to Warwick, Cotswolds and Stratford. And after this, we boarded the bus for the long journey back to Newcastle. Following are the links to all posts about this trip:
A chance stop at Banbury
Warwick castle, worth a short visit
Collegiate Church of St Mary, Warwick
Moreton in Marsh, the first stop in Cotswolds
Bourton on the Water, A lovely little town in Cotswolds
Stow on the Wold, the last stop in Cotswolds