Hotel du Vin to open in Stratford-upon-Avon May 1st

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    The Avon Gorge by Hotel du Vin in Clifton Village, Bristol, will follow shortly.

    Hotel du Vin will officially open the doors of its new site in, offering 46 rooms spread across two converted grade II-listed townhouses.

    Design is centred around colourful accents, wooden furniture and quirky artwork mix with the dark greys, teals and greens on the walls. In-room facilities include, roll top baths, large beds and Egyptian cotton as standard.

    Complementing the rooms is the Bistro, offering home-style French cooking, earthy dishes and slow-cooked foods.

    Next to the bistro is a courtyard, which will be used for al fresco dinning when the sun comes out. There’s also an event space that accommodates up to 70 people for meetings, weddings and celebrations, along with two smaller private dining rooms for 10-12 guests.

    The hotel is a ten-minute walk from the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, in the centre of town on Rother Street – which is also home to Stratford-upon-Avon’s historic farmer’s market.

    This is the latest addition to Hotel du Vin’s family of luxury boutique hotels, and will soon be joined by another – The Avon Gorge by Hotel du Vin in Clifton Village, Bristol.

    “Stratford-upon-Avon feels like such a natural pairing for Hotel du Vin, we’re really looking forward to welcoming guests into the hotel,” said Nick Halliday, Chief Operating Officer of Hotel du Vin. “The team have worked incredibly hard over the last few months to ensure we can bring a much-needed boutique hotel and bistro to the area, which is befitting of a town with so much character and history. It’s the ideal base for visitors and locals alike to stay, wine, dine and meet in comfort and style, something we like to think the Bard himself would have enjoyed.”

    Katy Phillips / 23.04.2018



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