The RSC at Stratford is always worth a visit, just to walk/have a coffee on the riverside. There is a rooftop restaurant with great views of the town as an option for lunch. Sheep Street has the best restaurants for posh food (Loxleys), or if you want artisan fancy bakery style coffee/lunch go to MOR in Bell Court. Follow up with ice cream from Hoorays on High Street and you’ll be ready for a nap. Make sure you walk along Henley Street, just so you can say you’ve been to Shakespeare’s birthplace. SJ Records is on Henley Street too, above the antiques centre.
Another nice spot for a drink/lunch/dinner is The Boathouse, which believe it or not sits right on the river, great spot and food.
Outside of Stratford, Warwick Castle is a good shout.
Leamington for shopping if needed, teens and yourself may enjoy ‘The Neighbourhood’ which has a cafe, food stalls and Seismic Records on the upper floor.
Probably my favourite place is Compton Verney, stunning grounds/gallery/lake for fresh air and views.
I’m working all day (literally all day) on some training and holed up at some conference type hotel the next two nights.
Given the fact there are two of us and we have a generous evening food budget there I can’t see myself wandering.
Daytime is out but thanks. It will be sauna and hotel wine bar sadness of an evening.