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Stratford's Shakespeare Hotel
Website Shakespeare Hotel
Details The Shakespeare Hotel, Stratford-uopn-Avon is a dramatic venue which can add a unique sense of occasion to any conference. The hotel itself is a Tudor building so true to its origins that it holds the rare distinction of a Grade 1 listing for architectural and historical interest. And yet this atmospheric setting has been so beautifully appointed with modern conference facilities that it makes many custom-built venues seem outdated.
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The Portmeirion Hotel
Website The Portmeirion Hotel

This beautiful and unique hotel is truly famous as the setting for the cult TV programme The Prisoner - the place known as 'The Village'. The hotel and its grounds were conceived by genius architect and designer Clough Williams-Ellis and are to be found in Snowdonia in north Wales. His vision was quite remarkable - to build a village consisting of Italianate and European-influenced buildings and follies whilst providing generous grounds for local and exotic-looking trees, shrubs and plants to thrive. But this is no model village or museum - it's a fine hotel which is open all the year round for staying guests as well as for day-trippers to sample the local sandy beaches and woodlands. There is also a shop which sells Prisoner-related memorabilia as well as several restaurants

Gwynedd, LL48 6ET, Cymru/Wales
Tel: 01766 770228, Fax: 01766 771331

Remarks More details on The Prisoner can be found in the Star Interviews section of this website, including interviews with two of the stars, Annette André and Jane Merrow
Hard Day's Night Hotel Liverpool
Website Hard Day's Night Hotel Liverpool
Details The concept of a Beatles inspired hotel in Liverpool has been prevalent amongst Beatles enthusiasts in the city since the late 1980's.  The choice of a suitable location and the finances to make the vision a reality only came together in 2004 when hotel plans were finalised.
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The Four Seasons Hotel  - Hotel in Perthshire, Scotland where The Beatles stayed in 1964
Website The Four Seasons Hotel
Details In 1964 The Fab Four, The Beatles stayed at the Four Seasons Hotel on the banks of Loch Earn. Now Beatles fans can follow in the footsteps of John, Paul, George and Ringo and experience a memorable stay at the Four Seasons hotel and chalet. 

Though the famous four stayed only two nights we are offering a three Day Beatles Break. This includes Dinner, Bed and full Scottish Breakfast, and a copy of 'The Beatles in Scotland' by Ken McNab; a great hardback book that is a fascinating and intimate journey of memories, insights and influences.

A uniquely Scottish 'magical mystery tour', as many tours are so frequently in this part of the world.

More details here: Four Seasons Hotel Beatles break

01764 685 333

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Epstein Guesthouse
Website Epstein Guesthouse
Details Epstein Guesthouse is the former home of the Epstein family. Brian’s father Harry grew up in this house along with Isaac and Dinah. The Guesthouse is Beatles Themed and houses the largest collection of Brian Epstein Memorabilia in The World which is on display to guests and tourists.

The Guesthouse has a fully licensed bar stocked with a number of beers, wines and spirits. You can pop in for a sandwich, a beer or simply for afternoon tea. We provide our guests with Bed and Breakfast at reasonable prices. We offer a True Beatles experience with our themed en-suite rooms complete with LCD Televisions, Free Wi-Fi, King Sized Beds and Tea & Coffee Making Facilities. There is plenty of Parking on site with a car park to the front of the building and an overspill car park to the rear.

The house is a key part of the Beatles story as Brian Epstein spent many of his childhood years here, having his nursery in our current Room 3. He and Beatles Booking Manager Joe Flannery would play in the house as children and form a life long friendship that would see them becoming instrumental in the success of The Beatles.

The Guest House is only two miles from Liverpool city centre with a frequent bus service. Epstein House is a great place to stay whether just visiting Liverpool for shopping at the Liverpool One shopping centre or the Albert Dock. If you’re a fan of The Beatles looking to go to the Beatles Story, we can provide you with discount tickets. For football fans you cannot get a closer B&B.

In addition to our excellent accommodation we have an excellent landscaped garden which is to become the Home of The Official Liverpool Council Memorial Statue to Brian Epstein. The statue will be created by renowned artist Tom Murphy who has previously been commissioned to produce a number of statues such as that of John Lennon, Billy Fury, Dixie Dean & many other Liverpool Legends. We are currently in the process of fundraising for the statue, so please keep watching the website for updates on events taking place.

Telephone: 07810-100-900


Post: 27 Anfield Road,
Stanley Park,
L4 0TF

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