‘We’re Good To Go’

We are thrilled that we can welcome you back
to South Warwickshire.

Our attractions, accommodation, and food & drink businesses have reopened successfully with a range of safety measures in place.

Look for the ‘We’re Good to Go’ logo which shows they are COVID-secure and ready for your return.

Each business is doing its very best to keep everyone safe, so please check individual businesses’ websites for their own enhanced safety measures and regulations.


When you spot this handy green tick you’ll know that the teams looking after you are following all the appropriate government and industry COVID-19 guidance. The ‘We’re Good to Go’ scheme has been created by VisitEngland and helps you to have a worry-free experience in South Warwickshire.


Here are our tips for getting out and about again:

  • Know before you go – check the websites and information from the places you’d like to visit. There could be restrictions and you might have to pre-book.
  • Follow guidance – the measures in place are to protect you and the teams working here.
  • Take plenty of photos – share them with us on social media using #MyShakespearesEngland.
  • Share your favourite places with friends –  they’ll thank you for it and might recommend a new place for you to try, too!
As different areas of the UK are at different stages of reopening, the We’re Good to Go map and the Know Before You Go map shows visitors the local restriction and which businesses have been awarded the We’re Good to Go industry standard.
Here are some of the Shakespeare’s England members who have signed up to show they are ‘Good to Go’:

The Belgrade Theatre

The Arden Hotel

Mallory Court Country House Hotel and Spa

Royal Shakespeare Company

Coventry Transport Museum – Culture Coventry

Herbert Art Gallery & Museum

Coombe Abbey Hotel

Go Ape Coventry

Warwick Visitor Information Centre

The Almanack (Peach Pubs) 

The Rose and Crown

Park Cottage Guest House

British Motor Museum

Mercure Warwickshire Walton Hall Hotel & Spa

Compton Verney Art Gallery & Museum

The Howard Arms Ilmington

Mercure Stratford-upon-Avon Shakespeare Hotel

Hotel Indigo Stratford Upon Avon

Hotel du Vin Stratford

Shakespeare’s Birthplace, the childhood home of William Shakespeare

Anne Hathaway’s Cottage and Shakespeare’s New Place

Crowne Plaza Stratford Upon Avon

Avon Boating Ltd

Shakespeare Distillery

Billesley Manor Hotel and Spa

Go Cotswolds Ltd

Bicester Village

The Guidance for Tourism and Hospitality businesses has been updated and businesses can find more information here.

Page updated 31 January 2022