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Eat, Drink and be Entertained!

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 & Drink Festival!

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Explore Leamington Spa

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.

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Warwick & Warwick Castle

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.


Warwick has a good reputation for the variety of its cafes, restaurants and other eateries in which to enjoy a good meal and glass of wine.

The busy Market Square plays host to numerous events throughout the year and is the home of the Charter Market and monthly Farmer’s Market.

No visit to Warwick would be complete without stepping into Warwick Castle, Britain’s Greatest Mediaeval Experience. Visit the lavishly decorated State Rooms, scale the towers and ramparts and descend into the dark dungeon. Be chilled in the ghost tower, meet colourful characters and enjoy year round entertainment from Easter and Christmas festivities to jousting tournaments and birds of prey displays. With a Victorian Rose Garden, Mill, Engine House and 60 acres of grounds to explore, there is plenty to enjoy.

In the centre of the town sits the Market Hall Museum and dotted among the nearby streets many antique shops and excellent restaurants can be found.

Going away from the town centre, back towards Leamington Spa, is the historic Smith Street, the oldest shopping street in Warwick. This street has many independent shops and several restaurants serving excellent food, while St John’s Museum can be found at the end.

Visit the best of Warwickshire


Stratford-upon-Avon is the birthplace of William Shakespeare and home of the internationally-renowned Royal Shakespeare Company.

Visitors can discover the Shakespeare houses, five beautifully preserved Tudor homes and gardens, all directly linked with William Shakespeare and his family.

There is something to suit everyone and all budgets – unique attractions, historic buildings, stately homes, idyllic villages, health spas, golf, leisure, cycle ways, vineyards, canals, undulating countryside and winding rivers.

Learn more about Stratford-upon-Avon HERE



Kenilworth 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.

In centuries gone by Kenilworth was at the centre of English power and politics due to the dominance of Kenilworth Castle. It is believed that one of the first English Parliaments was held here.

Although Kenilworth is best known for the ruins of Kenilworth Castle, other significant local landmarks include Kenilworth Clock, St Nicholas Church and Abbey Fields.

Kenilworth town is essentially split into two areas; the old and new parts of the town separated by Abbey Fields park. Old Kenilworth features picturesque twisting lanes and thatched cottages while the new part of Kenilworth has a lively night-life with a number of top quality restaurants and theatres.

Learn more about Kenilworth HERE