Leamington Spa and it’s surrounds are a thriving hub for business and industry. Each year, thousands visit Warwickshire to access the many thriving national or multinational businesses based within the area, as well as the industry-leading medical facilities and hospitals.
As well as being home to global organisations such as National Grid, Millward Brown and Wolseley, Leamington also boasts one of the strongest clusters of computer gaming companies in the UK. There are 25 games businesses operating in and around the town and that number continues to grow, earning it the name ‘Silicon Spa’.
Royal Leamington Spa is a beautiful and prosperous town located in the heart of Warwickshire. A hub for creative services, Royal Leamington Spa is a magnet for visitors, students and businesses wishing to experience its regency splendour and thriving town centre.
Easy motorway access and transport links to Birmingham, London and other areas make Leamington Spa and Warwick ideal destinations for a short or long stay.
With a town centre of around a third of a mile square, getting around Royal Leamington Spa couldn’t be easier. All areas of the town centre are easily accessed on foot within a ten minute walk, which is a great way to appreciate the stunning Regency architecture.
Choose one (or many) of the 60 pubs restaurants and bars in the town centre, there is certainly something to suit all tastes and cuisines.
Why not check out the live music scene and see a band, watch the latest blockbuster at Vue Cinema or take in a production at one of the UK’s leading independent community theatres, the Loft Theatre Company.
Be sure to visit during the annual Leamington Food and Drink Festival!
Warwick is Warwickshire’s county town and is steeped in history. It is well-known for its magnificent Castle but it also has many other historic buildings, secret gardens and shops that make the town a superb place to visit. Visit the Market Square and it’s many atmospheric pubs and eateries.
Only 3 miles from Leamington Town centre
All of Warwickshire’s greatest gems are on your doorstep!
Visit nearby Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare and home of the internationally-renowned Royal Shakespeare Company.
Kenilworth, along it’s famous ruins of Kenilworth Castle, has existed since at least the time of the Domesday Book which refers to Kenilworth as Chinewrde, a small village in a clearing in the Forest of Arden.
Stoneleigh Abbey and country Park, a beautiful country Stately home set in stunning Warwickshire parkland, is a wonderful day out, and special venue for weddings, events and conferences