The White Swan Hotel in historic Henley in Arden

Local attractions and places to visit

The White Swan Hotel, Henley-in-Arden, is ideally situated in the heart of England for visiting many attractions or doing business in the region and is very close to Stratford-upon-Avon – the home of the Royal Shakespeare Company.

The White Swan Hotel is located in Henley-in-Arden


Discover more about this historic Warwickshire town at the Henley-in-Arden Museum and Heritage Centre on the High Street just down the road from the White Swan Hotel.

Henley-in-Arden also has a variety of great walks, some sections taking in the Millennium Way.

Park for free when you finish your walk with a hearty lunch at The White Swan. Call for details on 01564 792623.

Henley-in-Arden railway station is only a short walk away from the Hotel and has regular services to Birmingham, local towns and all national destinations. Regular bus services also operate from Henley to all local destinations.

Cygnets bar at the White Swan Hotel in Henley can be hired

The Heart of Shakespeare Country

Venture just a few miles down the road, through beautiful Warwickshire countryside and you are in Stratford-upon-Avon. Birthplace of Shakespeare and home to the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, historic Stratford is the most visited tourist location outside London and somewhere you simply cannot afford to miss.

Warwick Castle is near to the White Swan Hotel in Henley


The nearby county town County Town of Warwick has a famous and impressive castle possibly the best preserved medieval example in the country. It dates back to the 11th century. Period displays and events take place throughout the year providing thrilling entertainment for the whole family.

Birmingham is a 30 minute drive from the White Swan Hotel in Henley


If the classics are more to your liking then in 20 minutes you can be in the heart of rejuvenated Birmingham city centre with its world famous Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Royal Ballet, art galleries and theatres.

Birmingham is also home to the International Conference Centre (ICC) and Arena Birmingham which hosts international entertainment and sporting events regularly throughout the year.

For shoppers, there’s the modern, nationally recognised Bullring shopping centre with its iconic Selfridges building and hundreds of stores in the heart of the city.



Arley Arboretum – discover a tranquil wonderland of rare and ancient trees.