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Immerse yourself in sixteenth century Stratford-upon-Avon; explore the very room where William Shakespeare sat in the 1570s and where he wrote his first works. Discover the space where young William saw plays performed by the finest actors of the day.
Rumour has it that William Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway in this small church in 1582. Certainly his grandaughter, Elizabeth Nash, was married here in 1646. The church was declared redundant in 1978 and handed over to the Churches Conservation Trust, but is still a much loved part of Billesley Manor's history and can be visited by guests.
Billesley Manor is set in 11 acres but if you want more off the beaten track please do speak with our reception team who will be more than happy to seek out a route for you, welcoming you back to the Great Hall bar with a worthy drink on your return. Forgot your wellingtons? No problem, we have spare sets at our entrance.