February 13, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Billesley Manor Hotel in Stratford-upon-Avon, England

In the heart of Shakespeare's homeland, Billesley Manor Hotel immerses you in the romance of historic England. This beautiful Elizabethan house is set in 11 tranquil acres just outside the bard's birthplace, Stratford-upon-Avon. Each element of the estate captures the essence of the region, from gourmet dining at Stuart Restaurant to accommodations that include romantic 4-poster bedrooms. While here you can indulge in the privileges of landed gentry, such as tennis, spa treatments or a game of croquet on the lawn next to the topiary gardens.

Whether you're hiking the magnificent Cotswolds or attending a performance at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, you will treasure each moment in this enchanting region. Medieval history comes to life at Warwick Castle, while nature is at the forefront at stunning 400-acre Ragley Hall. Chocoholics can learn about the art of chocolate making at Cadbury World, and auto enthusiasts can get their motors running at Heritage Motor Centre, home to one of the country's largest collections of historic British cars.

Location of Billesley Manor Hotel

Billesley Manor Hotel
Near Alcester
B49 6NF
Stratford-upon-Avon, England

Nearest Airport: LHR

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

We took out parents here on Saturday 20th January for their 40th Wedding anniversary, first impressions when you drive up to the property is its absolutely stunning, a period building that has been looked after and the addition of converting what i assume would have been out buildings for live stock or farm machinery in to accommodation buildings has been done very tastefully and it looks in character. We arrived on a miserable wet day but were greeted by a nice warm smile from the receptionist who checked us in and gave us all of the necessary information that we needed to find the room, bar, restaurant and leisure facilities. We dropped our bags in to the room and when to track down the rest of the family who were sitting next to the open fire that was roaring away, a nice touch and one of the many features this lovely property has to offer. The menu for the restaurant is a bit limited on choice and if i am being honest lets the ambience that the dinning room creates down, the menu should be more grander, that said you could not complain about the quality of the food that was served it was perfect. Our waitress a young Italian lady was absolutely faultless, her customer service was excellent nothing was to much trouble for her. We retired back to bar but other guests bagged the spot next to the fire, just as well because i reckon we would all have fallen asleep. We did find a nice comfortable spot in the snug next door to the bar for a few G&Ts before bed. Our room was in the converted out buildings in the court yard some 50 meters from the manor house, the room is comfortable decent sized TV, king size bed and a rather large bathroom, perfect for us. I would have liked to stay in the manor house but we made a request for level access rooms with a walk-in in shower for mum and dads room and i think the hotel thought that was for everyone as that is what we were allocated, very nice of the hotel team to accommodate this request. If i have one complaint it is the breakfast, i do not like buffets i dont understand why any establishment that is prepared to provide a chef to cook the food and waiters/ waitresses to wait on table during a buffet service, why they cant take orders and get the Chef to make your breakfast from scratch so it is as freshly cooked as it can be and served to your table piping hot. Buffet food is always cold by the time you have halve eaten your food, which is fine if you want cereal or yogurt a cooked breakfast should be a cooked breakfast. Rant over. I mentioned before that it was a wet and miserable so we didnt get a chance to view the grounds which i believe are well worth seeing so i I hope when we next go back we will get the chance to walk around this beautiful Hotel and its grounds.

scousefletch - Shifnal, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

We visted the Billesley Manor hotel as it was our anniversary of 30 years. The room was suppose to be superior so I asked for a upgraded as I asked if there was a better room . We was able to use the gym and spa facilities which was a bit out dated . With the package from group-on there was a evening meal . If you wanted steak it was an extra £10 supplement. This I wasn’t bothered if the steak was nice but I had s lot of gristle on s steak Witch was suppose to be a sirloin . There was a long wait in between starter main and desert my meal was booked at 8.45 and we never left the restaurant until 11.00 . The room was freezing and there was no extra quilt . In the morning there was a breakfast in with the deal this was good and all well but we asked if we could have some milk for our room as we had a late check out so we wanted a hot drink we waited a 1hour so decide to do to the bar to get a coffee we was sat in the drawing room where we waited for another half hour till we received our coffees. This is a loverly place a little run down maybe need some care and attention and the staff are s little laid back .

Maxine M - Birmingham, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We stayed at the hotel for the New Year with a package which included meals and the party. In terms of the building and its location, the hotel was wonderful. The house is great and steeped in history and the inside is just as impressive with what seems like many original features. The dining and sitting rooms were impressive with real fires everywhere. Overall a very nice venue. We found the staff to be very helpful and catered for our every need as far as possible. Especially good was the way in which my wife's dietary requirements were handled. something which few places seem to get right. The food overall was lovely and the breakfast had plenty of choice. Rooms were comfortable and clean. We upgraded as a treat and had a very nice topiary view for our New Year's Eve. As with all these things it is mostly about expectations. Those who criticise the standard of rooms or decor need to look at the price and what you get for that. Upgrading a house of this type is going to be expensive and listing may restrict what can be done. Also, any staff issues can be avoided if you speak to them nicely! It is amazing what you can get if you treat people with respect. The only minor down sides were the poor lighting (Ubiquitous in all hotels) and a terrible choice of beer in the bar!!! Other than that we enjoyed ourselves very much and were made to feel welcome. Happy New Year!

StefanoMolteni - Gosport, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

Stayed for dinner, Bed and breakfast and I could not fault any of our stay it was absolutely lovely. The smell of the open fire was the best, it was so cosy..the atmosphere was great. Breakfast was amazing and dinner was too, very high quality. The staff were all very good! I was impressed and customer service is high here. We had a lovely time and will definitely return.... yes its run down in parts but its old! the rooms were clean, warm,comfortable and had everything you need. A beautiful hotel, Thank you for an amazing stay.


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

Where do I start? The room was like a Sauna with no way to control the heating, and the decor was poor, Breakfast which they did not charge for after I complained, came with Dishwater Coffee, Salt in the pepper pot and Pepper in the salt pot, they ran out of sausages and tried to fob us off with Veggy sausages the service was poor and the cost of a couple of double Gin and Tonics was £30 quid I will not be heading back there anytime soon

acbcvs - Birmingham, United Kingdom

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