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Cheap Hotels in Warwick

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Stratford Road
2 Miles from the centre

A smart hotel close to Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon, with free Wi-Fi and onsite parkingThe Holiday Inn Express® Warwick - Stratford-upon-Avon hotel is 2 miles from the centre of Warwick.Warwick Parkway station is close by, and direct trains to Birmingham take around half an hour. We’re right next to the M40 motorway, so Birmingham International Airport (BHX) and the NEC are within easy reach. You can stand on the battlements of medieval Warwick Castle or explore the Victorian house and gardens at Charlecote Park within 10 minutes. We’re ideally situated for visiting the villages of the Cotswolds, and you can catch a play at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre or drop in to Shakespeare's Birthplace in nearby Stratford. If you're here on business, the hotel's air-conditioned meeting room has space for up to 35 guests.At this hotel you can enjoy:- Family rooms with sofa beds for kids- Comfy bedding and a choice of pillows- Free Wi-FiOur smart Next Generation bedrooms have blackout curtains and some rooms have sofa beds for kids. Start the day with an inclusive Express Start™ Breakfast buffet, order hot food from the Express Snack Menu in the evening and unwind with a cold beer or a glass of wine in the Great Room lounge bar.

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per night from £33
(price for Sun, 01 Sep)
1377 reviews by TrustYou
1.5 Miles from the centre

A family friendly hotel near Leamington Spa and Warwick, with All Day Dining and free parkingHoliday 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, and there are direct trains to both cities from Leamington Spa station, a mile from the hotel. Visit Shakespeare’s Birthplace and the Royal Shakespeare Theatre 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, and there are three golf courses close by. Local companies at the Tachbrook Park business park are within walking distance, and you can host an event for up to 60 guests in our eight well-equipped meeting rooms.At this hotel you can enjoy:- Free Wi-Fi- 24-hour room service- A fitness centre- Kids stay and eat freeOur air-conditioned bedrooms have satellite TV to keep everyone entertained and a choice of pillows for restful sleep, and family rooms have two double beds. Wake up to a delicious English breakfast, and order food whenever you like 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 or outside on the patio in summer.

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per night from £55
(price for Fri, 30 Aug)
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J14 12 M40 Banbury Road
5.6 Miles from the centre
per night from £60
(price for Tue, 02 Jul)
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17 High Street
0.3 Miles from the centre
per night from £105
(price for Tue, 02 Jul)
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Leek Wootton, Kenilworth, Warwickshire
1.8 Miles from the centre
per night from £129
(price for Tue, 02 Jul)
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10 Theatre Street
0.3 Miles from the centre
per night from £146
(price for Tue, 02 Jul)
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Birmingham Road, Wroxall
5.1 Miles from the centre
per night from £169
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Austons Down Hotel

Saddlebow Lane
4.7 Miles from the centre
per night from £90
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Glebe Hotel

511 reviews by TrustYou
Church St, Barford
2.7 Miles from the centre
per night from £125
(price for Tue, 02 Jul)

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.

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