Broaden your horizons with a UK culture break at a Coast & Country hotel. Learn about historic authors, playwrights and poets by visiting the places that were significant to them during their lifetimes, or enjoy modern culture with a visit to the theatre. Whether you’re watching a play, enjoying a concert or travelling through time with a visit to a National Trust property or historic house, you can do so knowing that your Coast & Country hotel room is awaiting your return.
What more could you want from culture breaks? Our hotels are full of character and charm, designed for the discerning but with a comfortable, welcoming and inclusive atmosphere that makes every guest feel at ease, and with on-site bars and restaurants they’re exceptional places to enjoy a pre-show dinner and drink or a hearty breakfast before a day of touring the area.
At the Grade II listed Lansdown Hotel, you’ll be able to relax in the Jane Austen Reading Room. Bath itself has a total of five theatres, providing a year-round calendar of varied events, and is the home of a popular literature festival, a famous film festival and the International Music Festival. Why not also pay a visit to the Jane Austen Centre, to learn more about the life of one of the world’s most well-known novelists?
The Charlecote Pheasant Hotel, close to Shakespeare’s Birthplace and Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, is a wonderful country manor. In historic Stratford-upon-Avon you’ll find the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, and the place where William Shakespeare himself is buried. With the famous playwright’s legacy around every corner, it’s impossible not to be inspired on a culture break in Stratford.
The Imperial Hotel stands in a cliff-top position in the colourful seaside town of Tenby, where artists have been inspired for centuries. In the distance, St Catherine’s Fort can be seen on the horizon. Nearby Caldey Island is one of the Holy Islands of Britain, home to Cistercian monks, with landmarks including the monastery and lighthouse.
Enhance your holiday or short break with a Coast & Country culture break, whether you’re visiting for a weekend or planning a longer stay.