South facing, pet friendly,
self catering holiday lodge
on the banks of the River Avon
Stay at Daisy Lodge, a luxurious timber lodge set on a peaceful riverside park minutes from William Shakespeare’s birthplace, Stratford upon Avon. Our privately owned two bedroom lodge is perfect self catering holiday accommodation and ideal for short breaks and longer holidays with over 50 5* reviews.
Daisy Lodge can sleep six guests, has ample parking for two cars, welcomes children and is dog friendly.
There are plenty of things to do in Stratford upon Avon, making it a great destination for all members of the family.
We can also offer Kingfisher Lodge (sleeps 4) to accommodate larger groups when booked together.
Kingfisher Lodge is also a self-catered holiday let on Avon Park in Stratford upon Avon.
"A wonderful place to stay. We have had an incredible few days exploring the stunning countryside, the river, the town and then returning to the lodge which is a cosy home from home. Breakfasts outside on the veranda and dinner in the restaurant over the bridge.
Jo P - Stayed in July 2020
"We were completely blown away with the standard of the lodge itself and the surroundings! Daisy lodge is just perfect being so close to the river with beautiful views!"
The most relaxing
place to stay in Stratford upon Avon
Avon Park is a beautifully landscaped private site with the River Avon flowing through its centre.
With a bar, restaurant, picnic tables and chilidren's playground on site and Tiddington village a ten minute walk away
you can forget the car and have all you need on hand.
Stratford upon Avon town centre is easily reached by bus or taxi and is a pleasant 20 minute stroll from Daisy Lodge.
Daisy Lodge is an ideal base for your self catering holiday - discover the world famous Royal Shakespeare Company’s Theatre, William Shakespeare’s birthplace, have a flutter at the Stratford upon Avon Racecourse and for spectacular views travel on the Stratford upon Avon “Eye” or take a tour of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre tower.
Stratford upon Avon is a market town with over 800 years of history which boasts wonderful shops,
restaurants, cafés (plenty of which are pet friendly) and entertainment.
William Shakespeare, Stratford upon Avon’s most famous son, was born and died in the town and his grave
can be visited in the town’s 800 year old Holy Trinity Church on the banks of the river.
You can see the house where he was born and the house that he bought after becoming a successful playwright.
Visiting inside some of these houses is restricted during 2020 but you can check what is open on our Things To Do page.
Further afield from Stratford upon Avon here are some of the best things to do - take a day trip to the Cotswolds,
Oxford, Warwick Castle, Charlecote Park and Baddesley Clinton, now a National Trust property,
with its priest holes and connections to the English Gunpowder Plot.
After a day exploring Stratford upon Avon, relax in Daisy Lodge on the South facing terrace or dine in the
on site Riverside bar and restaurant which also has picnic tables beside the river. There's no need to worry about where to eat in Stratford upon Avon as the town has a wide selection of restaurants and pubs.
Stroll along the river to see swans and ducks and watch for the blue flash of a kingfisher or stand on the
Millennium Bridge and watch the local rowers skull down the River Avon. Daisy Lodge is great for
adults and families and is pet friendly for that special self-catering time away.
Fishermen love the fishing at Daisy Lodge and it is free to those with a personal fishing licence.
Pike, zander, bream, roach, dace, chub are all to be found in the River Avon.
Everything is supplied for your stay: linen and bedding, complimentary toiletries, glassware, crockery,
cutlery, china and plenty of cooking utensils. Everything you could need for a relaxing self-catering holiday.
Email Pam from our Contact page for any queries you may have.
See our Pets Welcome page for information to make the most of your holiday with your pets..