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Studley Vacation Packages
Studley Vacation Packages
From Studley, it's just 14 miles north to the city center of Birmingham.
Consider spending some time in Great Alne. It's only 4 miles southeast of Studley. Start off at Shakespeare Monument or Swan Theatre. And don't forget about Royal Shakespeare Theatre.
Take some time to discover the splendor of the region's natural attractions. A couple of nearby locations are Sutton Park (20 miles away) and Dover's Hill (15 miles away).
You'll be astounded by the riveting past of Coughton Court.
Sports lovers shouldn't miss seeing the Warwickshire County Cricket Club play a home game at Edgbaston Cricket Ground. It's in United Kingdom, 13 miles to the north of Studley. Be sure to wear blue and white, the colors of the team.
Enjoy the invigorating feeling of gliding across powdery snow when you visit Gloucester Ski and Snowboard Centre or Snozone, approximately 35 miles and 50 miles from Studley's center.
For a different experience, head to Abbey Golf and Country Club and Birmingham and Midland Museum of Transport. They're located in Mappleborough Green, some 1 mile out of Studley. Another location that shouldn't be missed is Coughton, 2 miles away. This is where you can take a look at Mary Arden's House and All Saints Church.
Astwood Bank, a regional hub, is another great place to visit. It's approximately 3 miles from Studley and offers a wide range of worthwhile visitor attractions, such as Hanbury Hall, Forge Mill Needle Museum and Bordesley Abbey and Palace Theatre. Kingfisher Shopping Centre and Pitcheroak Golf Course are just a sample of the other options that ought to be on every visitor's to-do list.
Immerse yourself in the food culture of Warwickshire by taking your taste buds on a tour of its alluring cafés and restaurants.
Start your gastronomic adventure by tasting the abundance of locally sourced ingredients, such as fish and lamb.
Bangers and mash (sausages with mashed potatoes) and ploughman’s lunch (cheese, bread, pickles and cold cuts) are well-known meals worth ordering.
Do you have trouble turing down dessert? Try some spotted dick (sponge pudding of dried fruits with custard)
Get yourself a bottle of Yorkshire Bitter, one of this area's homegrown beers.
If you're not in the mood for alcohol, why not have some hot chocolate?
Those who enjoy a stiff drink every now and then should definitely order a Bombay Saphire Gin, a much-loved spirit.
Many would say that the perfect dish is one that is served with wine. If you'd like to try a local drop, Denbies Pinot Gris and Chapel Down Chardonnay are both popular options.
All vacations must eventually end. However, the memories you make in this beautiful region will stay with you for a lifetime.
Birmingham Airport is the closest airport at about 14 miles to the northeast, so be sure to give yourself enough time.
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