Things to see and do - Warwick
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This perfect county town (Pevsner), mainly built in the Queen Anne style, contrasts with but does not detract from its 14C castle, which Lord Torrington said was "the most perfect piece of castellated antiquity in the kingdom". It is also the most visited. Its fine parks and gardens are veritable havens of peace and ideal for extended strolls.
Tourist attractions Warwick : Things to see and do
A429 GB - Warwick CV34 4QU
Built on the banks of the Avon on the site of a Norman mound and interior courtyard, which were probably originally a Saxon fortification, the castle was the fief of the Counts of Warwick. The castle is very much alive today, thanks to the scenes fro..
sq. old GB - Warwick CV34 4RA
Built in 1123, this collegiate was rebuilt after a fire in 1694. It owes its fame to Beauchamp Chapel (15 C), which contains the tomb, decorated with a fine gilded bronze reclining figure, of Richard Beauchamp, Count of Warwick, and that of Robert Du..
60 st. High GB - Warwick CV34 4BH
Founded in 1571 by Robert Dudley (favourite of Queen Elizabeth I), the hospital includes a half-timbered house surrounding a charming courtyard. The oldest parts are the chapel, dating back to 1383, and the town hall, built in 1450 by Warwick, the &q..
2-4 Coventry Road GB - Warwick CV34 4LJ
Set in a 19th-century coaching inn just 300 metres from Warwick Rail Station, Castle Limes is 2 minutes’ walk from Warwick’s historic town centre. Free private parking is available and fair trade tea and coffee and luxury toiletries are provided in e..
19 Jury St GB - Warwick CV34 4EJ
Located in the beautiful town of Warwick, The Lord Leycester Hotel offers historical charm just 400 metres from Warwick Castle. The hotel offers free parking and cosy rooms with free Wi-Fi. The bedrooms at The Lord Leycester each have a private bath..
90-92 West Street GB - Warwick CV34 6AW
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The impressive 15th-century Tudor House Hotel offers charming rooms and good food. Warwick rail station is a 3-minute drive away and there is good access to the M40 motorway. Sample the excellent menu in the quaint, cosy restaurant with exposed beam..
22 Market PL GB - CV34 4SL Warwick
As well as a tailor's, this intimate restaurant was once a fishmonger's, a butcher's and a casino! It's run by two ambitious chefs, who offer good value modern lunches, and elaborate dinners which feature unusual flavour combinations.