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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
Strolled through the gardens and explored the cottage. The docents were very helpful and knowledgeable describing daily life. If you are a Shakespeare buff, this farmhouse, which was Anne Hathaway's childhood home, is a nice way to spend some time.
We bought the whole story ticket and stopped into the cottage on our way into Stratford. It was really interesting and the gardens are beautiful, we will be returning in the summer so that we can spend more time in the grounds
This is a very interesting and informative and historical venue. Well worth the visit to see life 400 years ago. It is well set up with an interaction with Ann Hathaway herself who looked great for somebody 420 years old!!!
This was a real step back in time, being able to actually go in the rooms and touch the things in there is a welcome change to some places, the guides are very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about this place, a good few hours well spent.
This was a nice cottage with real charachter - the grounds would probably be nice in the summer, but in the winter just cold and a bit uninteresting - worth a visit, BUT - be aware parking is separate and charged for separately (does not...More
All the places we saw in Stratford-upon-Avon were very nice and this was no exception but for the price it was a bit steep. Would recommend you go see for yourselves as my wife3njoyed far more than I did. It’s right in the centre of...More
Unfortunately when we visited it was raining so we couldn’t do the woodland walk because it would have been rather muddy but apart from that was a great Visit! As you go in to the first room we had a lady called Alison tell us...More