The Stratford Greenway

Stratford Greenway SignpostStarting from our Railway Carriage at Seven Meadows Road, The Stratford Greenway is a 5 mile, disused railway line which Warwickshire County Council in partnership with Sustrans have transformed into a traffic free foot/cycle path. Starting at the cycle centre at Seven Meadows Car Park on the West side of town and heading out along the river, it travels along the River Avon and the Racecourse towards the nearby villages of Long Marston and Welford on Avon. There is also now an extension through Meon Vale making the route 6.5miles.

Getting to the Greenway: click link for a  map of Severn Meadows Car Park Please Note the car park is now Pay & Display

Ouraddress is: Stratford Greenway Carpark, Seven Meadows Road, Stratford upon Avon, CV37 6GR.

The route is part of  Sustrans National Cycle Network Route5 and as well as the cycle centre the Carriages34644 cafe next door along with Carriages5344 Cafe halfway along the Greenway are perfect refreshment stops.

Return along the Greenway which is great for young families or people regaining their cycling confidence. There are also number of cycling routes from the end of the Greenway which also have some great pubs to stop by for a quick rest or a long lunch. We can provide maps and a number of the routes are signposted.

The Masons Arms - Just off the Stratford Greenway in long Marston.     Stratford Greenway

The Shakespeare Inn - On the Stratford Welford Route in Welford

The Bell - On the Stratford Welford Route in Welford

The Four Alls - By the River at Welford  

We have a Pashley Tricycle and a TANDEM for hire. The Greenway is ideal for people who would like to ride but require a tricycle or would like to try tandeming. It is straight and flat so easy to ride. We also provide keys to the gates so the Tricycle can get through. Call us for details of how to hire