Top hotels in Warwick
The historic, 4-star Chesford Grange Hotel –A QHotel is a short drive from Leamington Spa, and Warwick. Set in 17 acres of private grounds and with complimentary parking, the hotel features a swimming pool, steam room, fully-equipped gym, pampering treatment rooms, and the modern River Room Restaurant. The classic rooms each have complimentary wifi, a private bathroom, a hairdryer, hot drinks facilities and a desk.
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Family-friendly Warwick hotel close to Warwick Castle, with breakfast included.Holiday Inn Express® Warwick – Stratford-upon-Avon hotel is two miles from central Warwick and a 20-minute drive from Birmingham Airport (BHX). Trains from Warwick Parkway Station take you into central Birmingham in around half an hour, and we’re right next to the M40 if you're driving.Visit the medieval Warwick Castle, dating back to 1068, or head to Charlecote Park to explore the Victorian house and gardens. Visiting the University of Warwick? It’s a ten-mile drive.Watch a play at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, visit the infamous poet’s birthplace in nearby Stratford or drive to the heart of the Cotswolds in under an hour.Hold informal meetings in our lounge - with free Wi-Fi and a tempting coffee menu - or book our air-conditioned meeting room, for up to 35 people.Our smart bedrooms feature an iron, hairdryer and en suite with power shower, and some rooms have a pull-out sofa bed for kids to stay free. Fuel up for big days at the Express Start breakfast - help yourself to bacon, sausage and veggie sausage baps, continental items and freshly ground coffee.
Near New Windmill Ground
Around 10 minutes’ walk from Warwick Castle, Park House Guest House offers comfortable accommodation opposite St Nicholas Park. A short walk from the River Avon, this Warwick guest house provides en suite rooms with free Wi-Fi. Each room includes a flat-screen TV with DVD player, hairdryer and tea and coffee facilities. All rooms have an en suite bath or shower. You can enjoy a full English breakfast, continental or vegetarian breakfast at Park House Guest House, from a former London restaurateur. Just 3 minutes’ drive from Warwick Train Station, this guest house is around 3 miles from Royal Leamington Spa. Warwick Racecourse and the Warwickshire Museum on the Market Place are both around 1 mile away.
Near Warwick Castle
A family-friendly hotel near Leamington Spa and Warwick, with All Day Dining and free parking.Holiday Inn® Leamington Spa - Warwick hotel is a 15-minute drive from medieval Warwick Castle.The nearby M40 motorway provides easy access to Oxford and London, there are direct trains to both cities from Leamington Spa Station. Visit Shakespeare’s Birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon, only 20 minutes away by car. We’re a short drive from the parks, shops and Victorian-era baths in Royal Leamington Spa, Local companies at the Tachbrook Park are within walking distance, Warwick Tech Park is 2 miles away, Callows Hill is 1.4 miles. Attending an event at Ricoh Arena? Just 25 minutes direct by train to the arena or 30 minutes by car. You can host an event for up to 50 guests in our seven well-equipped meeting rooms.At this hotel there is free Wi-Fi, 24-hour room service, a Fitness Centre and kids stay and eat free.Our air-conditioned bedrooms have satellite TV and a choice of pillows for restful sleep while family rooms have two double beds. Wake up to a delicious English breakfast, and order food from the All Day Dining menu. The Open Lobby’s convenient power sockets allow you to work or simply relax in a comfy chair and browse the internet. Share a drink with friends at the Bar and Lounge or outside on the patio in summer.
The Cambridge Villa offers a personal service to suit the casual tourist and business traveller. Conveniently located for access to: m40, nec, Birmingham Airport, nac, Stratford, Kenilworth and Warwickshire Golf courses. The hotel is only a few minutes walk from the river Avon, the leisure centre and swimming pool in St Nicholas Park and the town centre. A complimentary car service to and from local bus/train station is also available. A well kept hotel converted from two Victorian properties, guest facilities include private fully licenced bar and home cooked evening meals when required. Bruna (proprietor) and family offer everything you need for an enjoyable stay and look forward to welcoming you to the Cambridge Villa.
A 17th-century inn on Warwick’s Market Place, The Tilted Wig provides stylish rooms above an attractive bar and restaurant. This Warwickshire inn offers free on-site parking and Wi-Fi and a range of cooked breakfasts. Each guest room has a flat-screen TV and tea and coffee facilities. All have an en suite shower. Full English and vegetarian breakfasts are served, along with bacon, egg and sausage rolls, and smoked salmon and cream cheese bagels. There is also porridge and a selection of cereals and pastries. The Tilted Wig is around 5 minutes’ walk from Warwick Castle and Priory Park, and Warwick Racecourse is just 10 minutes' walk away. Shakespeare’s birthplace Stratford-upon-Avon is a 20-minute drive from Warwick, and Royal Leamington Spa offers excellent shopping and regular cultural events around 3 miles away.
Near Warwick Castle
A Grade II listed cottage built in the 15th century, Park Cottage offers superior, award-winning bed and breakfast and free parking in the heart of the historic town of Warwick. A full cooked English breakfast is served in a room which once acted as the dairy for the castle and still retains its original sandstone floor. Free Wi-Fi is accessible throughout and rooms have a TV and tea and coffee making facilities. All rooms also have an en suite bathroom with free toiletries and a hairdryer. Warwick’s quaint town centre can be reached after a 5-minute walk and Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare's birthplace, is 20 minutes' drive from Park Cottage. Birmingham International Airport and the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) are a 30-minute drive away.
Near Hatton Country World
Near Warwick Castle
Hotels in Warwick
One of the most historic and magnificent towns in the UK, Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire, and is situated on the River Avon. Warwick has many fine attractions, a magnificent castle, stunning parks and gardens, gift shops, antique centres and traditional tea rooms as well as trendy boutiques, art galleries and fine restaurants. The perfect place for a short break or longer stay, there are a large number of Warwick hotels from which to choose.
There are signs of settlement in Warwick as far back as the Neolithic period, and the area has had constant habitation since at least the sixth century. Warwick Castle was established in 1068 as part of the Norman conquest of England. A great fire in 1694 destroyed much of the old medieval town, but a number of older medieval timber-framed buildings did survive and still exist on the outskirts.
Things to do
A trip to Warwick is not complete without a visit to Britain's ultimate castle, Warwick Castle. Here, visitors can immerse themselves in a thousand years of amazing history, and with a huge line-up of interactive exhibits and live shows, there is always something to see. Highlights include a live bird of prey show, jousting tournaments, the sword in the stone show and the castle dungeon, a live actor experience that is sure to leave you chilled.
Back in the town, visit some of the stunning old buildings dotted around the area. The Lord Leycester Hospital never has been a medical building, surprisingly enough. Part of a historic group of timber-framed buildings dating from the late 14th century, the building was the home of Warwick's medieval guilds for almost 200 years.
Learn about Warwick's history at St John's Museum, housed in a Jacobean mansion. The museum showcases local history collections, and galleries include a Victorian kitchen and schoolroom, displays on childhood, toys and games, costumes and an under-fives discovery room.
Guys Cliffe House is a ghost-hunter's paradise, a truly spooky building surrounded in mystery, with caves, cellars, house ruins and even a Masonic Temple to investigate. You can either opt for the daytime history tour or an overnight ghost hunt, if you are feeling brave!
Food and drink
With Warwick being such a historic town, it isn't too difficult to find some classic eateries. There are many wonderful tea rooms and old pubs in which to stop and partake of some lunch.
Thomas Oken Tea Rooms is a quintessential English tea room within a beautiful timber-framed Tudor house, set against the wall of the fabulous Warwick Castle. Wylie's is another great tea room with friendly staff, a warm welcome and delicious food.
For some great pub grub, try Tom O'The Wood, a traditional English pub within a stone's throw of the Grand Union Canal. This ancient pub is nestled in the tranquil village of Rowington, just seven miles from Warwick.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Warwick
What are the best hotels to stay in Warwick?According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Warwick are Chesford Grange Hotel - A Qhotel and Ardencote.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Warwick?The lowest price for a double room in Warwick is £33.
What hotels are in the central Warwick neighborhood?If you want to stay near the center of Warwick, you can consider staying at Warwick Arms Hotel, Tilted Wig and The Globe.
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