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This fifteenth-century, charming thatched cottage was the childhood home of Anne Hathaway, Shakespeare's sweet-heart and wife.Experienced guides explain the stories behind the Shakespeare connection and the history of some well-known English idioms...more
All reviews woodland walk anne hathaway's cottage hathaway family thatched roof lavender maze across the road gardens are lovely full bloom hop on hop off bus worth a visit step back in time knowledgeable guides shakespeare properties the kitchen town centre sunny day lovely place to visit
For tourists staying in Stratford upon Avon the cottage is in easy walking distance. It was fascinating to step back in time and walk in the footsteps of the Hathaway family and Shakespeare. It really brought history alive. To see the centuries old furniture and...More
We visited 4 houses associated with Shakespeare on our visit and this was by far the best experience! Although, the advertised 1 mile from town is surely more, it's well worth the visit. On arrival you walk through an orchard and outside area, pretty even...More
Had a wonderful time visiting this cottage and the gardens which are beautifully planted and maintained. We walked from Stratford which was a 30 minute brisk walk but good exercise on a spring day! The guides were very knowledgeable and really brought the history of...More
Took my wife for her birthday as part of a full day.
The house is small and there are loads of head banging hazards so be warned duck!
The house was lovely it is well staged and has the benefit of truly knowledgeable and passionate...More
Visited here on the 12 feb 19 I must admit I didn’t really know anything about her but accompanied my wife what a beautiful place to see such a untouched cottage blew me away and once you’ve paid if you want to return within 12...More
It was good to visit but with the wind the woodland walk was closed. This leads to a reasonably quick visit.
To its credits the guides were friendly and informative and we left knowing a lot more about the house and family.