Rainy Day Activities: Enjoy Champagne and real ale at The Fuzzy Duck

Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire

Test out the real ales or treat yourself to a glass of bubbly before bed at this unpretentious country pub in the heart of Shakespeare country.

Whether you’re wearing black tie or battered boots, you’ll be ushered into this 18th century inn with a friendly smile. Their menu reflects this: you can get a real ale and Scotch egg at the bar or seared scallops with a glass of Bollinger, ready to eat among the restaurant’s exposed beams and flagstone floors.

The Fuzzy Duck also provides an ideal base for exploring Warwickshire, with a range of romantic suites and family-friendly rooms. If you’re staying over, take advantage of the Hunter welly loan to get out and about in the country side, or simply lounge around in the comfy inn and wait for the inevitable rain to pass. You’re guaranteed a good night’s sleep with frette linen, complimentary socks and smart TVs in all four rooms. But be sure to drag yourself out of bed; Shakespeare’s Stratford is just a few miles away.

Bookings for the Fuzzy Duck need to be made well in advance through the website. However, those looking to dine should find good availability throughout the week.

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