The Fox and Goose Inn

Address: Armscote, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England, CV37 8DD, United Kingdom | Inn
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This inn, located on Armscote, Stratford-upon-Avon, is near Hidcote Manor Garden, Bancroft Cruisers, and Cotswold Countryside Collection.
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    Travel Blogs from Stratford-upon-Avon

    From Windemere to Stratford on Avon

    A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Jul 28, 2014

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    ... was just a few doors down at the beginning of the street. Larry and I had Cream Tea again, again very good but no sliced strawberries this time. We ate with Marilyn and Dan who had quiche.

    After lunch we went back to the coach park and got on the bus for our afternoon tour. Ann Bartlett was our tour guide. We drove by the statue of William Shakespeare, by the Bancroft Gardens,by the Royal Shakespeare ...

    Day Nine

    A travel blog entry by cwhiteside on Mar 30, 2014

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    ... many of our stops, no admission was needed to view Shakespeare's grave, only a donation of 50 pence for students or 2 pounds for adults. I gladly made the donation to a kind old man that sat nearby. I made my way to Shakespeare's grave, made sure to read the inscription that I have so often shared with my classes, and took a moment to honour one of the world's great talents.

    After taking some photos of the church, we headed back to the coach park ...

    Greensleeves and a castle

    A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Oct 02, 2013

    2 comments, 21 photos

    ... seemed to even draw breath. It filled in several gaps in the story of the castle so was well worth doing. The Greville family weren’t really political or in the public eye much, they had a lot of land (gardens were developed by Capability Brown), they had money and in later years the castle was known for its hospitality especially in the late Victorian times and in the 20th century. The duke in the 1930’s tried to become a Hollywood movie ...

    Insight Tour Day 3

    A travel blog entry by bljohnson54 on Aug 17, 2013

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    ... toured it ,backed up this fact - still it ticked another need to see box! We also saw from a distance one of those white horse pictures set into a hill.

    Next we walked around and touched the Avery Rocks- Neolithic, along the lines of Stonehenge only you can mingle with them - whilst stepping around the sheep droppings. the weather was closing in and the wind cold so we took refuge in The Red Lion ...


    A travel blog entry by suelacey on Aug 16, 2013

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    ... so much of Boston. The headstones we could read were from the early 1800's. Most were unreadable.

    There's a building like the shambles in York where the upper storeys jut out over the top of the lower storeys.

    Morning tea for us was a quaint pub called The Crown in Oxford. Ducking down a covered alley, the courtyard sprang alive with outdoor settings and heaps of summer flowers. It was one of the original coaching inns of the area.