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December 10, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Ettington Park in Warwickshire, England

A world apart from the hustle and bustle of modern-day life, Ettington Park graces 40 breathtaking acres in England's splendid countryside. This impressive Neo-Gothic mansion, under the same family ownership since the Norman Conquest, is situated just outside Stratford-upon-Avon. Individually styled guest rooms and suites are furnished with exquisite antiques, fine paintings and dozens of friezes--all timeless havens that translate to a refined atmosphere offering a rich culture of fine wine and dining.

This lovely private estate promises the perfect refuge for those who seek to experience Shakespeare's England. Right on the premises, the ruins of the 12th century Norman church are yours to explore. Enjoy tennis, croquet, archery or fishing on the River Sour or plan a day of discovery with visits to Blenheim Palace, Warwick Castle and Holy Trinity Church. For an ultimate sightseeing excursion, treat yourselves to a romantic cruise on the River Avon.

Location of Ettington Park

Ettington Park
Ettington Park Stratford - upon - Avon
CV37 8BU
Warwickshire, England

Nearest Airport: BHX, GLO

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

Returned on a special offer for Afternoon Tea, with Prosecco. It was a quiet afternoon and our waiter was Connor - who was exemplary throughout. A change was made to the sandwiches without a murmur; the cakes were superb - a real credit to the Chef. We really enjoyed the afternoon, ending with a walk outside in the grounds and Connor found us to ensure our "goodie" bag was handed over.

FortsFan - Birmingham, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

A highly individual and delightful hotel, with polite and friendly staff, in rolling countryside. Our room, vast and with two steps down from the door, looked into the inner courtyard and across to the pool; some original plumbing on the vintage washstand! The pool, spa and and sauna are a lovely place to unwind after a hard week, before changing for dinner. Aperitifs are served in the impressive drawing room: amuses-bouche and sherry as you peruse the menu and order, enjoying the view across the grounds. Then through to the oak panelled dining room, for a superb meal, well prepared and served without fuss. Back to the drawing room for a liqueur and to contemplate the works of art adorning the walls, before retiring to the very comfortable bed. After breakfast, a stroll in the grounds, down the old driveway to the river bridge (sadly derelict), taking in the chapel and terrace, although too cold to enjoy morning coffee there. Definitely coming back.

MikeThePedant - Studley


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

Booked as a last-minute escape, Ettington Park exceeded our expectations. The turreted building & grounds were particularly atmospheric in their autumn colours, & the whole place is very romantic. We stayed in the spacious Shakespeare Suite, which has beautiful views out to the crumbling church & grazing deer beyond. The bathroom was clean, with a roll top bath fitted with a tv for decadent lounging. The staff were really kind & friendly, particularly Anna & her husband working in the restaurant. We were very lucky during our mid-week break to a) escape the wedding party which was taking over the hotel the morning we checked out & b) to find the pool & spa area completely deserted, allowing us several hours of private swimming! Our deal included a three-course meal on one night, which was excellent, plus breakfast which was plentiful. We also eat in the lounge bar with its stunning Rococo ceiling & very good - if extremely pricey! - cocktail & wine list. The only thing to mention was that our room was quite noisy on our second night, with the wedding party drinking outside our balcony, & a family staying above us with a baby & toddler which put pay to our lie-in in favour of a walk at 7am! Old buildings of course creak & have no sound-proofing (we live in one ourselves), so given this we were surprised the family were not accommodated in the modern family suites. Overall, we had an excellent stay & would love to return.

Capability_Brown - Bristol, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We went there for a wedding party and stayed over. The room was very good with everything there you would expect and most importantly no noise from other rooms. The full English breakfast was also very good but what stood out was the attentiveness of the staff and the grounds of the hotel.

Jez07 - Kenilworth, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We came here for 1 night, just a break away and located near Stratford-Upon-Avon and the Cotswolds, we thought ideal. They were very welcoming and attentive. Dinner was amazing, both the setting and food, lovely wine, service, all together perfect. Room was lovely, little touches like milk and water in the fridge.

Gemma b - Chelmsford, United Kingdom


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