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Inns in Stratford-upon-Avon

Swans Nest
Stratford-upon-Avon
Warwickshire

CV37 7LT | View map

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Extensively refurbished in November 2008, this attractive hotel has a superb location, overlooking the River Avon and the RSC Theatre and just 5 minutes walk from the town centre. Just a short stroll from the very centre of Stratford-upon-Avon, the Courtyard Theatre and all of the towns Shakespeare attractions, the Macdonald Swan's Nest was the first building in Stratford to be constructed of red brick.

The restaurant, bar and lobby area were fully refurbished in 2008, along with all but 8 of the bedrooms. The renovated rooms boast 26-inch LCD TVs with Freeview digital channels, minibars, air conditioning, walk-in monsoon showers and complimentary broadband internet access.
There is a well-stocked bar and Le Bistrot Pierre offers delicious French cuisine and superb views of the river.
All guests are entitled to free use of the great leisure facilities at the Swans Nests sister hotel, the Macdonald Alveston Manor, which is located directly opposite. The facilities include a swimming pool, gym, sauna and steam room.

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