Stratford-upon-Avon lies on the west bank of the River Avon in the heart of England, steeped in culture and history. The town was also home to the world’s greatest dramatist, William Shakespeare and a visit to his birthplace is included. Our central hotel is the perfect place to experience a lively and bustling festive atmosphere and this superb Christmas break features an included performance at the Royal Shakespeare Company to really absorb the town’s heritage.
4 nights in hotel (accommodation as specified or similar)
Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service collects you from home, for your journey to our hotel, The Stratford (4T). We aim for you to arrive at the hotel between 4pm and 5pm and there will be time to relax before a welcome Buck’s Fizz prior to dinner. Our meal this evening will be followed by entertainment.
Day 2 Christmas Eve - Royal Shakespeare Company
We take an excursion to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, to experience an afternoon performance by the world-famous Royal Shakespeare Company. We return to our hotel where dinner is served, followed by entertainment this evening. For those who wish to attend Midnight Mass, our hotel can advise on the closest places of worship, and hot chocolate and mince pies are available on your return.
Day 3 Christmas Day - Stratford-upon-Avon
A glass of Buck’s Fizz will be served at breakfast this morning and there will be time to relax in the surroundings of our hotel. Christmas lunch will be served and Christmas cake will accompany the Queen’s speech in the afternoon. An evening buffet dinner and entertainment will take place at our hotel.
Day 4 Boxing Day - Stratford-upon-Avon - Broadway
William Shakespeare’s birthplace is a national treasure, a museum dedicated to the stories of family life as he was growing up, and beyond - Anne Hathaway moved here for the first five years of their marriage. We walk here from our hotel this morning, for an opportunity to see rare artefacts and learn how he became the world’s most famous playwright. Afterwards, we take a panoramic drive through the Cotswolds, with free time in the ‘olde worlde’ village of Broadway, a picturesque mix of period houses and honey-hued Cotswold stone cottages with royal, political and artistic heritage - King Charles I, Oliver Cromwell, William Morris and J M Barrie are just a few visitors to note. Dinner will be served at our hotel this evening.
Day 5 Stratford-upon-Avon
This morning we bid farewell to Stratford-upon-Avon. You will be collected at 10am by your Titan vehicle, for the journey home.
• The order of excursions are subject to change, dependent upon the Royal Shakespeare Theatre performance
• Included meals may consist of set, table d’hôte or buffet menus and the style and volume of entertainment provided by the hotel may vary.