Stratford upon Avon is Shakespeare’s birthplace, and you can visit a whole host of locations linked to his life. All of the sites are an easy walk from The Pen and Parchment. There are plenty of other things to see and do in and around Stratford. Enjoy a potter around the charming town, discover both the exotic and the tropical at Stratford Butterfly Farm, take the short drive to National Trust property, Charlecote Park, or explore Compton Verney Art Gallery and Park.
The Pen and Parchment has been a well-known landmark in Stratford Upon Avon since the days of its most famous resident, William Shakespeare. Even the wisteria winding across the front of the building is 150 years old. Inside, you’ll find a wooden pillar taken from a ship captained by Nelson. Now lovingly refurbished, this 17th Century inn beautifully blends traditional features with the latest décor.
At The Pen and Parchment, they serve a hearty selection of pub classics, where you can enjoy time to relax with a distinctive real ale or glass of fine wine. From sizzling steaks and succulent burgers to lighter bites, all freshly cooked in the restaurant every day. Stay with them and you’ll also wake to a tasty full English or continental breakfast to set you up for the day ahead.
Extend your stay in one of the beautiful 10 bedrooms, all super comfy and finished to the highest standard. Enjoy fluffy towels, crisp linen, cosy beds, and all the mod cons you need for a restful stay. All the rooms are fitted with an en-suite bathroom, complimentary toiletries, WiFi access and tea and coffee making facilities.