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William Shakespeare Beach Towel featuring the photograph Ye Olde English Hostelrie by Terri Waters

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Ye Olde English Hostelrie Beach Towel





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Our luxuriously soft beach towels are made from brushed microfiber with a 100% cotton back for extra absorption.   The top of the towel has the image printed on it, and the back is white cotton.   Our beach towels are available in two different sizes: beach towel (32" x 64") and beach sheet (37" x 74").

Don't let the fancy name confuse you... a beach sheet is just a large beach towel.

Care Instructions

Machine wash cold and tumble dry with low heat.

Ships Within

1 - 2 business days

Ships From

Atlanta, GA

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Thank you Krista May for featuring Ye Olde English Hostelrie in the Group Your Favorite Art Work

Love the contrast and the angle Terri! Great shot! V.

Terri Waters replied:

Thank you very much Taylan

great contrast! v

Terri Waters replied:

Thank you Debi

by looking up you caught this hostel in wonderful light great job! v

Terri Waters replied:

Thank you Eunice

Love the angle you shot this at really adds interest to the Shakespeare Hotel architecture. Great image.

Terri Waters replied:

Thank you Marcia

An interesting perspective of the Shakespeare Hotel Terri, it looks terrific in black and white.

Terri Waters replied:

Thank you Linda

Cool shot of the Shakespeare Hotel.

Terri Waters replied:

Thank you Geri

Great capture! v mm

Terri Waters replied:

Thank you Marilyn

wonderful shot and POV.

Terri Waters replied:

Thank you Kim

I am voting with everyone else....great angle...v

Terri Waters replied:

Thank you Ella

Love the unique angle and monochromatic take!

Terri Waters replied:

Thank you Edward

Fabulous angle for this one

Terri Waters replied:

Thank you Linsey

nice in B&W and a verey interesting angle

Terri Waters replied:

Thank you Ron, Interesting is hard to do in Stratford as it is so well documented

Great B&W shot, nice viewpoint!

Terri Waters replied:

Thank you Stephen

Love that shot of the Shakespeare Hotel, Terri! v

Terri Waters replied:

Thank you Elizabeth

Nice shot! v

Terri Waters replied:

Thank you Manasa

Lovely B&W shot. Great angle. V

Terri Waters replied:

Thank you Darren

Amazing B&W shot!!! & Great description!!! I like it warmly+++++ V+F+L+G+

Terri Waters replied:

Thank you so much Faouzi

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Beach Towel Reviews (153)

Average Rating (5 Stars):

July 14th, 2018


July 13th, 2018

Love the towel! Great quality—I wasn’t sure from the pics, but it’s the softest towel! Feels like a blanket!

July 12th, 2018

Absolutely beautiful beach sheet. Excellent quality! I love it! I bought two of these, one as gift and one for me!

July 8th, 2018

Love it awesomeness

July 5th, 2018

It was a gift and the recipient absolutely loves it!! ! I did get to see it but, unfortunately, I do not have a pic to share with you.

July 3rd, 2018

I can’t tell you how many times people have asked about my beach sheet. Most of them also want to see the front of the towel! 🤣🤣🤣. Just the reaction that I wanted when I ordered it!

Artist's Description

This is the centre section of the Shakespeare Hotel, Chapel Street, Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire County, England, Europe. A 'hostelrie' is an archaic word for an inn or pub. The Shakespeare Hotel is timber-framed with a long line of gables. The splendid black and white timber fronted building which is now home to the Shakespeare Hotel, was originally a collection of houses, until it became a hostelry in 1637. During the Civil War, the pub was nicknamed the Shakespeare after Stratford's most famous son. The name stuck and the hotel has now been welcoming visitors to Stratford, with charm and hospitality for over 300 years. The Shakespeare oozes character and charm. Three buildings form the hotel. The Four Gables to the left are 16th century with later alterations and front rebuilt in 1920. Five Gables to the right is early 16th century building. To the far right end was No.19 and was built about 1720 with 20th century alterations.

About Terri Waters

Terri Waters

I am a photographer and Photoshop technician based in Mylor Bridge, Cornwall. My photography is varied, from landscapes to pet portraits, still life to special effects. If you are interested in hiring me, and my camera, to capture something special in your life or enhance something you already treasure please contact me. Always looking for new ideas and methods to make something pleasing to the eye, I look forward to hearing what clients would like to achieve. My images are available to view at: Please copy and paste the links into your browser bar. Hopefully you will see something that...

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