“Shakespeare’s Country” a term used to describe the places that have been attracting many visitors and tourists who flock to this area of outstanding natural beauty. Encompassing places such as Warwickshire, Stratford-upon Avon and Coventry. Imagine the fun you and all your family and friends could have on a joint camping expedition here. Pitch your oversized tents or sleek campervans with their Awnings Stratford Upon Avon supplied by companies such as https://centurionhi.co.uk/awnings/, cook tea for everyone on the Bar-B-Que, sit outside in the early evening sun drinking glasses of cold beer or wine. Sing songs together around a campfire while toasting marshmallows and laughing at the antics of the children playing happily close by. Wake up early the next morning to the sounds of the many birds chirping in the trees and enjoy your freshly cooked bacon and eggs alfresco.
Spend the next few days exploring the beautiful countryside or wandering around the towns and villages close by. Royal Leamington Spa is just one part of the triangle shaped area encompassing Shakespeare’s Country. Stratford-upon-Avon itself reputed to be the birth place of the famous poet and playwright is a historical gem and one not to be missed.
Set alongside the banks of the beautiful River Avon, Stratford-upon-Avon is home to Blenheim Palace and The Royal Shakespeare Theatre, with its quintessential chocolate box cottages, areas of outstanding natural beauty and historical features it draws thousands of tourists and visitors to its doors.