Cheap Hotels Warwick
What to see by foot: Warwick
Warwick is most famous for its massive castle, but it also possesses several
charming streetscapes erected in the aftermath of a great fire in 1694, as well
as an especially fine church chancel.
The castle is impressive, and touted as the finest medieval castle in England.
You'll need an entire day to do justice to the range of attractions which include;
the State Rooms, Royal Weekend Party, Kingmaker exhibition, torture chambers
and dungeons. Wandering around the extensive grounds is relaxing and rewarding,
and you can even participate in a medieval banquet, available every Friday and
In the compact town centre you can visit the historic group of buildings known
as Lord Leycester Hospital, which include the ancient Chantry Chapel of St James
and the Guilds of St George and the Blessed Virgin. Another important religious
structure is the Church of St Mary, famous for its Beauchamp Chapel, Medieval/
Tudor tombs and tower.
There are several noteworthy museums spread around the town, including the
Warwickshire Museum, St Johns Museum, the Royal Warwickshire Regimental Museum,
the Yeomanry Museum, and Oken's House and Doll Museum, which displays one of
the finest collections of early dolls and toys in the country.
St Nicholas Park provides a relaxing break from Warwick's architectural heritage
and features a crazy golf course, children's train, amusement rides, outdoor
paddling pool and boats for hire. Alternatively, take a refreshing cruise along
the Saltisford Canal, the Warwick Arm of the Grand Union Canal.
Selection of hotels in this region:
Honiley Court Hotel
Marriott Forest of Arden Hotel & Country Club Golf Package
Chesford Grange Hotel
Days Inn Warwick North
Welcome Lodge Warwick South
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