Anne Hathaway’s Cottage defines charm. The home is cozy. The condition is astounding. But, the garden is a lovely, calming stop along the tour route. Rest here. Take your time and soak up the sunshine amongst the daisies!
About Anne Hathaway's Cottage & Gardens
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Not only is the cottage adorable and so historic, but if you have the chance and you're there in the fall, there are apples EVERYWHERE. Heirloom apple varieties . . . and (I can't tell you how I know this) . . . but they're...More
Definitely a MUST if you are interested in Shakespeare and the history around him and his family. Not only do you go inside the house but a nice garden and wooded area where you can walk your dogs on the lead.
Even if this were not the home of Shakespeare's future wife, this house would be interesting as it is so old and so much is so intact. The staff really help you to understand what you are looking at as well. The gardens are also...More
We came here after Shakespeare’s birthplace it is a beautiful place to be, very calming and interesting to hear about the happenings over hundreds of years. Surprised to find out that it wasn’t Wills that was the catch in the marriage but Anne. We were...More
Our fault for coming in winter, the garden was covered with snow, sleet and quite slippery. John, the guide in the first room/ entrance of the cottage was very informative, we were interrupted by a group of very loud banging tourists from Cxxna who said...More
We arrived in December and had a wander around the cottage lower floor only as upstairs is not suitable for disabled visitors lots of steps and steep stairs. The guide was exuberant and talked to us for over 20minutes which was unnecessary... the ticketing system...More
Hi Bee H Many thanks for your review. I’m delighted that you found us to be a lovely location to visit and that you have enjoyed our gardens and grounds so much. I was sorry to hear however that you thought us to be expensive...More