Shakespeare’s England have just launched their Explorer Pass. A great way to see what our area has to offer. You can buy a 1, 2 or 3 day pass which gets you into 19 attractions in Warwickshire and beyond and exclusive special offers in shops, cafes and restaurants.
The attractions include the five Shakespeare family homes (Shakespeare’s Birthplace, New Place, Hall Croft, Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, and Mary Arden’s Farm), Warwick Castle, Kenilworth Castle, the British Motor Museum and many more.
The Coach House is still available to book for October half term. Our holiday cottages are in a perfect location close to Kenilworth and the numerous visitor attractions in rest of Warwickshire including Cadbury World, Shakespeare’s Stratford, British Motor Museum, Warwick Castle, Kenilworth Castle, Packwood House and Compton Verney.
We are just a couple of fields, just a short walk away from the amazing ruins of Kenilworth Castle. Make sure you don’t miss out visiting here as there are loads of events for the whole family planned throughout the summer, from a musical travelling circus to ‘Clash of the Knights’ and lots of activities for children that bring history alive.
For further details see Kenilworth Castle Events
We have only got one week still available for the school summer holidays arriving Friday 25th August in The Coach House (sleeps 4) for £549. Book Now or more details.
The Coach House holiday cottage
On the farm we provide lots of habitats for different wildlife. Bees are something we try to provide for by creating lots of flower rich areas. We have now got a perfect place for solitary bees to nest, in an earth bank in the farmyard. These solitary bees have created loads and loads of tiny holes in the earth. We think they are a species call the Colletes Bees.
Head down to The British Motor Museum for some great Easter activities. Running daily you can follow the ‘Auto Science Secret Trail’ to discover the secrets of making British cars and join one of the family tours with the ‘Mad Scientist’. Tours run at 10.45am and 1.30pm daily. There is also an Easter Egg hunt with Shaun the Sheep over the Bank Holiday weekend.
The 10th Literary festival will be held from 23rd – 30th April. Events will be held in venues around Stratford and include the likes of Andrew Marr, Stephen Moss: Planet Earth II and Horrible Histories with plenty of workshops on writing too.
Jools Holland and his rhythm and blues orchestra is coming to Warwick Arts Centre on 17th May 2017.
The Royal Shakespeare Company family show of 2016 season is at the RSC, Stratford upon Avon until 21st Jan. This is a great introduction to Shakespeare for young theatre goers.
A treat for all ages. Explore the world brick by brick with over 70 awe inspiring models, including the Great Wall of China and Niagara Falls, marvel at the shapes and structures that can be snapped together to create the most iconic man-made, natural and ancient wonders of the world. All at the Herbert Art Gallery until 15th January.