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Attractions Nearby

Here are regular organised tours from the town centre to Warwick Castle and the charming picturesque villages of the Cotswolds along with excellent bus and rail services. Coventry Cathedral, Ragley Hall and the impressive Manor Houses and Gardens of Coughton Court and Hidcote Manor are a short driving distance away.

The county of Worcester offers many delights, including the market town of Evesham, the beautiful Malvern Hills.

RSC theatre in Stratford upon Avon See what plays are on click here.

Anne Hathaway's Cottage

Anne Hathaway's Cottage is the nearest Shakespearean property to the Hunters Moon.

This beautiful cottage has changed very little since Shakespeare's day, guided tours each day will give an insight to life in Elizabethan times. In all, there are 5 Shakespearean properties in and around Stratford-upon-Avon. Three of which are within the town centre; The Birthplace, Nash's House and Halls Croft. The other 2 are situated just out of town, Anne Hathaway's cottage being nearest to the Hunters Moon and Mary Arden's House at Wilmcote just a couple of miles from the Hunters Moon.

Not only are the properties a delight to visit but the gardens are simply stunning at all times of the year. Please check with the properties for opening times and entrance fees.


Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare, steeped in culture and history. Set in the beautiful rural Warwickshire countryside, on the banks of the river Avon, it is one of the most important tourist destinations in the UK.

Stratford-upon-Avon is a medieval market town originally laid out on a grid system, it is both compact and has a host of Attractions to suit all. The people of Stratford are proud of their town and the historic links with England's most famous playwright.

Shakespeare's Birthplace & the RSC Theatres
The River Avon & Shops
International Restaurants
Stratford Racecourse (horse racing)


Warwick is a fine medieval town with beautiful river walks, ancient streets and is home to the finest castle in Europe. Warwick Castle, has stood on the banks of the Avon for many centuries and been home to the mighty Earls of Warwick. This beautifully preserved castle, arguably the finest in England is well worth a visit.

Richard Neville, the most powerful baron in England, helped depose both Henry VI and Edward IV becoming known as the Kingmaker.
See the 'Kingmaker" - A preparation for battle' exhibition, bringing to life the atmosphere of the medieval  household.

Chipping Campden

Chipping Campden is one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the UK. Situated within 10 miles of the Hunters Moon, why not drive out, explore and take afternoon tea.

Due to its central location Chipping Campden is also a perfect place to visit with much to see and do. You can enjoy the delights of this charming old wool merchants' town, with its varied architectural styles. Including a range of artisan shops selling jewellery, antiques and much more. A delightful old town that is sure to capture your hearts.

The Eight Bells" Pub at Chipping Campden serves local Real Ales & good food. The High Street is easily accessible offering many choices of other traditional pubs & restaurants.

The beautiful Church, Almshouses and Wool Market are all within a five minute stroll. Chipping Campden also has a variety of small independent shops and a weekly farmers market.

Moreton in Marsh, Stow on the Wold, Bourton on the Water, and Broadway are all within easy reach.

Stratford upon Avon (Shakespeare Country) is less than a 15 minute drive away.

Cotswolds stone

The honey coloured Cotswolds stone give a unique look to the villages and towns of the Cotswolds, why not take a day out touring the North Cotswolds. Discover the delights of the Slaughters, Bourton on the Water, the market town of Moreton in Marsh, all within 30 minutes drive of the Hunters Moon.Walking, Market Days, Afternoon Teas and just exploring all the area has to offer you.


The market town of Evesham, on the banks of the River Avon, is the centre of the Vale of Evesham. The Vale of Evesham is world famous for its produce of fruit and vegetables and a sheer delight to drive through when the apple and pear blossom is out. You can stop at any of the many farm shops for apples, pears, plums, damsons, salad, asparagus depending on the season in which you visit.

As with most of this area, the historic connections are there in abundance, Evesham's history can be traced back to its' medieval abbey founded in the 8th century by St Ecgwin.


The cathedral city of Worcester offers many delights including the Cathedral and riverside walks. Worcester is steeped in history with many Civil war battles being fought in and around the City Walls. There is a beautiful riverside cathedral open to visitors and the opportunity to visit the world famous "Royal Worcester" china & porcelain factory.

Whilst driving to Worcester you will undoubtedly notice that the Malvern Hills provide a dramatic and distant backdrop. The Malvern Hills are ideal for walking or if you prefer just a quiet stroll discovering the delights of the town of Great Malvern.

Shakespearean Properties



Chipping Campden

The Cotswolds

Vale of Evesham

Worcester & the Malvern Hills

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