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Majestic Places to Celebrate
Majestic Places to Celebrate

Imagine an intimate outdoor summer wedding on an island on the Avon River as swans glide by or exchanging vows at Christmas time with a handful of close friends in a heritage B&B. There is always the charm of a pastoral wedding in a beautiful grove of trees, an Amish carriage ride and a banquet under the stars created by a master chef using local foods. These are just a few of the enchanting venues that Stratford offers throughout the year.

With a place as naturally beautiful and charming as Stratford with a theatrical aura, it is hard to think of any other place that whispers perfect romance.

Here is a short selection of suggested venues and places we think are perfect for a special and memorable celebration of devotion.

The Prune Restaurant
151 Albert Street, Stratford, N5A 3K5

An elegant, intimate affair is what you will experience with a garden wedding at The Old Prune followed by dinner in the garden room. A carefully chosen menu offers fresh local cuisine complimented with fine wines and special occasion cakes. Catering is also available.  

Stone Maiden Inn Boutique Bed and Breakfast
Contact: Pat Walsh
123 Church Street, Stratford, N5A 2R3

Named after the stone maiden head which graces our front hallway, our boutique style B&B/hotel offers quiet Victorian elegance with superior accommodation, and the utmost in personal service. All 14 rooms have private in-room bathrooms, handsome antiques, air-conditioning, cable tv, and wireless internet. A cozy outdoor patio area and the guest parlour are the perfect spot for reading, conversation or for catching forty winks.

Conveniently located in a quiet residential area at the base of the downtown core, we are within walking distance to shopping, dining, theatres, and the Avon River. Park and walk. Free on-site parking available (one car per room).

We proudly support our local farmers and growers. A full list of our partners is available on our daily breakfast menu selection. Dinners, high tea, and private parties available for groups with advance reservation and subject to availability. of our chef. Dietary restrictions and food allergies can be accommodated with advance notice.

Long term stays available. Please call to discuss options and packages. Gift certificates available in any amount for that special occassion or hard to buy for person in your life.

Contact: Maryanne Wilson Cox
163 King Street, Stratford, N5A 4S2

Space to Create!

A yellow brick Factory built in the early 1900s, Factory 163 is undergoing an environmentally conscious adaptive re-use restoration. The conversion will transform it into a hub for culture, arts, social and environmental innovation. Artist studios and Gallery exhibits are open for viewing by appointment, and member events are posted on our website.


Shakespearean Gardens
Contact: City of Stratford Parks and Recreation Department
1 Huron Street, Stratford , N5A 5S4
519-271-0250 ext. 243

The jewel in Stratford's parks is nestled along the banks of the Avon River, but tucked away just over the double arched stone Huron Street bridge. An inviting gazebo, a dove house and a Juliet balcony will frame your wedding photos in the Shakespearean Gardens, lovely for a garden wedding or photos.

Hughson Hall
Contact: Clinton Hughes
220 Hibernia Street, Stratford, N5A 5V7

Hughson Hall was named one of Canada's Top 25 Bed and Breakfasts in Trip Advisor's 2012 Travelers Choice Award. 

We open our doors to guests who are looking for a special relaxing experience in a luxurious retreat. Hughson Hall offers historical character,modern conveniences and the services of a boutique hotel within walking distance of the downtown core.
Some of our amenities include luxury King and Queen size beds, en-suite and private bathrooms, cable tv, wireless internet and in room fireplace. We also offer unique romantic wedding, engagement and anniversary packages. We encourage you to visit our gay friendly heritage home.

We are more than an accommodation we are a destination.

Stratford Festival
Contact: Maria Simonelli
55 Queen Street, Stratford, N5A 6V2

Specializing in classical & contemporary theatre with a focus on William Shakespeare. Paul D. Fleck Marquee: Overlooking Stratford's parkland and the Avon River this is the theatre's most spacious room, perfect for special celebrations. Raise your glasses for a toast as the sun sets and the room dances to life.


Stratford Tourism Alliance
47 Downie Street
Stratford, ON N5A 1W7
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