‘To sleep, perchance to dream’

Set in 11 acres of manicured Warwickshire gardens, Billesley Manor is the ideal base for exploring  Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare, and the incomparable Cotswolds countryside. This 16th century manor house offers a rich and stately ambience – an authentic glimpse of English history, combined with all the comforts of modern life.

Our comfortable and cosy bedrooms include four-poster rooms furnished with antique pieces, alongside more contemporary bedrooms in the Cedar Barns and the Spa area, while others overlook the attractive Topiary Garden. The Stuart Restaurant and Great Hall offer an impressive backdrop for first-class dining, with original oak panelling and large stone fireplaces. The service, of course, is in keeping with the remarkable setting.

And our wonderful Spa has everything you need to relax and unwind, including an extensive selection of Decléor treatments, a health suite, swimming pool and tennis courts. We look forward to welcoming you to Billesley Manor Hotel soon. As Shakespeare himself said, ‘such stuff as dreams are made on’.

‘The food of love’

Great food and drink, combined with attentive service and attention to detail are at the heart of everything we do. Why not kick-start your morning with a hearty Warwickshire breakfast?  Or treat yourself to a spectacular afternoon tea in one of our comfortable armchairs?

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‘Such stuff as dreams are made on’

Billesley Manor has 71 elegantly-styled bedrooms within the original Manor House and the restored Cedar Barns. We offer an array of bedroom types from traditional to contemporary, with feature bedrooms and suites featuring original Tudor panelling and views of the Topiary Garden.

All bedrooms have flat-screen televisions, free high-speed WiFi, and 24-hour room service. Staying guests enjoy free use of our leisure facilities including the health suite, indoor swimming pool and tennis courts.


Shakespeare’s Stratford

When you spend the night at Billesley Manor, you’re sleeping where significant historical events occurred. It was here that William Shakespeare put ink to paper and wrote As You Like It, while historians also believe that Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway in the All Saints Church in our grounds.

History of the manor

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