Shakespeare's Story

Shakespeare and Scrumptious Afternoon Tea

Shakespeare is known as probably the great playwright in England's history. Known for his sonnets and plays, notably 'Romeo and Juliet', 'Macbeth' and 'Hamlet' amongst others. When visiting Stratford-upon-Avon it is clear to see the influence that Shakespeare has had in the local history, culture and architechture for over 400 years! 

If you're looking for some inspiration on places to visit and things to do, here's the perfect afternoon treat. 


Visit Anne Hathaway's Cottage

Just a short walk from Stratford-upon-Avon town centre is Shottery, a lovely leafy part of Stratford amongst period thatched cottages and quiet lanes. Just around the corner from Burnside Hotel, is one of the most famous of landmarks associated with Shakespeare – Anne Hathaway’s cottage! 

Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, where Shakespeare met his wife Anne, over 400 years ago, is well worth a visit with its beautiful seasonal gardens.

Treat yourself

Moreish Afternoon Tea at Burnside Hotel

Having enjoyed the beautiful rural setting, why not complete your day out with a Burnside Afternoon Tea. Add your choice of tea to complete the occasion (or even a glass of Prosecco if you want to make it really special!)

Indulge yourself to a selection of sweet and savoury treats to round off your day in style. We recommend reserving your table in advance to avoid dissapointment. 

The land of Shakespeare

Relax and Unwind in Stratford

When in Stratford-upon-Avon there's no better way that to take things slow, absorbing the beautiful period buildings, colourful countryside and stories of times past that live on throughout history. 

Whatever your reason for visiting Stratford, you can truly relax and unwind here. No stress, no worries. 
Located in the highstreet of Stratford-upon-Avon, Three Gables self-catering apartments provides the ideal accommodation for a comfortable stay in Stratford. Equipped with everything you need to make your short break comfortable and relaxing.