The Alveston Manor, with its beautiful gardens, is just a short walk from the centre of Stratford and the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Many public areas of the hotel are located in the Manor House, parts of which date back to the 16th century. The attraction of the Alveston Manor hotel is enhanced by its extensive Tudor panelling, leaded lights and Elizabethan staircase. It also boasts a vaulted cellar, which leads to a mysterious underground passage once used by monks from Worcester. Bedrooms are located in a modern wing, which adjoins the Manor House. The gardens are home to the famous cedar tree where it is alleged that the premier of A Midsummer Night's Dream took place. This is one of the finest bases from which to explore historic Stratford-upon-Avon and surrounding areas.The Alveston Manor relishes its history and tradition while enjoying distinctly 21st century comforts. The hotel offers a selection of modern and more traditional rooms. In the 16th century Manor House wing of the hotel you?ll find many feature rooms with half-testers and beams, wonderfully romantic and evocative of a bygone age. Each one has its own individual décor and traditional soft furnishings combined with many modern features such as satellite television and CD player.The AA Rosette award-winning Manor Grill pays homage to traditional English cuisine with an extensive menu and fine wine list ? the perfect way to end a day of sightseeing or business. This lovely old restaurant overlooks Alveston?s ample grounds with the majestic cedar tree taking centre stage.In the summer, you can enjoy your meal al fresco on the elegant terrace. Many theatre loving guests like to enjoy a starter and main course before departing for the theatre, later returning to the hotel for a dessert.