The Townhouse, Stratford-upon-Avon
Muddy says: Refurbished restaurant with 12 bedrooms and a lively cocktail bar in the centre of historic Stratford-upon-Avon opposite Shakespeare’s Schoolroom.
The Townhouse at Stratford-upon-Avon, formerly The Church Street Townhouse reopened following an extensive refurbishment of this restaurant with rooms,. Townhouse owners, Brakspear, has enhanced and updated the interior style of this ancient Grade II listed building, highlighting not only its many original features, but also giving a smart, pared-back revamp to its bright, airy bar and relaxed dining spaces.
Expect calming shades of sage green and white and collections of contemporary art and prints downstairs. Upstairs, the 12 comfortable, contemporary, en-suite bedrooms in bold, dark shades with funky, geometric wallpapers by Cole & Son, soft, velvet curtains, giant onion glass lamps, painted vintage furnishings, Feather & Black beds and high pressure rain showers or rolltop baths.
The Townhouse, run by manager, Neil Hanson, lies in a quiet residential street right in the historic centre of Stratford, and opposite Stratford’s latest visitor attraction, Shakespeare’s Schoolroom and Guildhall. Stratford’s main shopping streets, The Royal Shakespeare Company Theatre and the River Avon are all within a 5-minute walk.
Townhouse executive head chef, Antony Ely, has created a delicious, new menu of seasonal, rustic and flavourful British dishes made using the best locally sourced produce available.
A popular, well-established, and enjoyable place to drink, dine and stay.
The Townhouse is a 15-minute walk from Stratford station and the journey time from London Marylebone is two hours. By car, Stratford is two hours drive from central London. Oxford and Cheltenham are a 40-minute drive away.