• Visitors


    Inspiration and information for planning a visit to Alcester and the surrounding area. Here you will find an visitors guide, travel information, tourists attractions and lots more to make your stay memorable and enjoyable.

  • Accommodation


    There is plenty of accomodation available in Alcester. From Hotels and Bed and Breakfast to Self Catering and Camping all the best places are listed right here in one place.

  • Food and Drink

    Food and Drink

    For such a small town, Alcester has a surprising number of public houses, restaurants, cafes and take away food outlets. If you are looking for somewhere to eat or drink in Alcester look no further all the best businesses are listed right here.

  • Shopping


    One of Alcester's strengths is its wide and varied range of shops, mostly independently owned, including traditional family businesses where shopping for food, clothing, ironmongery, gifts and many specialist products is an enjoyable voyage of discovery.

  • Services


    Here you will find a variety services available in and around Alcester. From architects and hairdressers to plumbers and taxi's.

  • Business


    The Trade and Industry section lists companies in the Alcester area who offer services and products on a trade basis.

Welcome to Alcester, Warwickshire, England

Welcome to alcester.co.uk your one stop information point for Alcester and the surrounding area including Ardens Grafton, Arrow, Aston Cantlow, Bidford, Binton, Broom, Coughton, Dunnington, Exhall, Great Alne, Haselor, Kings Coughton, Kinwarton, Little Alne, Oversley Green, Salford Priors, Temple Grafton, Walcote, Wixford and Wilmcote.

Alcester is an ancient Roman town in a beautiful part of south-west Warwickshire, England with a population of around 9000.

Alcester is a great alternative to Stratford on Avon which can be too busy and commercialised for many people visiting Shakespeare country. The town is situated just 7 miles (11km) west of Stratford on Avon and has good transport links, plenty of accommodation and many attractions of its own.

The original settlement dates back at least to Roman times and there are many archaeological sites of interest in the town and surrounding area. The high street is reminiscent of a by gone era and preserved Tudor cottages and other historical buildings are dotted throughout. Find out more about the history of Alcester.

Today Alcester is a thriving rural town with lots to offer its residents and the many visitors we have throughout the year. More about Alcester.

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