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Best Hotels in Warwickshire (county)

Warwick Hotels

Warwick - the large county town of verdant, forest-rich Warwickshire - boasts a brilliant skyline of red-capped houses, where gold-flecked church spires tower and colossal castle turrets hang on the horizon. Its tree-studded streets sing with an ancient history that spans back to the Neolithic era. Timbered cottages face grassy green parks, magical museums lead out onto old-world cafés, and the shimmering River Avon meanders through the streets, gently curving to embrace the majesty of Warwick Castle.

Things to see

Warwick Castle should be first on anyone’s list of sights to see in this ancient town. A medieval marvel kept in immaculate condition, the castle was built up from an original stronghold designed by the fierce William the Conqueror. The castle’s war-battered walls and cold dark dungeons make for a captivating visit, and the tower-tall turrets boast unbeatable views over the town and surrounding countryside. After, amble into historic Market Square, Warwick’s alternative centre, which hosts monthly farmers' markets, continuing a centuries-old tradition. Bijou boutiques, quaint independent cafés and homely pubs align the eastern and western edges of the square. To experience some of Warwick’s cool contemporary culture, check for rocking live music and immersive dramatical performances at the Bridge House Theatre, or explore the sleek, glitzy Warwick Arts Centre - a modern building that hosts hundreds of eclectic artistic events.

Hotels in Warwick

Central Warwick offers a wide selection of stately hotels. A small selection of first-rate 4-star hotels, set in old, Tudor-style buildings boast black-painted beams and smooth wooden floors, and provide enormous rooms with lavish king-sized beds. Cheap hotels in Warwick reside slightly further out of the centre, but offer friendly and dependable service, queen-size beds, en-suites and complimentary WiFi. For a more traditional stay, the wide selection of B&Bs in Warwick and the surrounding area supply sizzling home-cooked English breakfasts, cosy rooms and welcoming hosts.

Where to stay

Warwick’s town centre and its adjoining narrow cobbled streets is the place to stay for an immersive, historical experience, as you’ll be surrounded by the red-topped Tudor houses and sheer-faced gothic-inspired churches. Additionally, the refined restaurants, curious shops and traditional taverns of Market Square will be at your doorstep. Warwick is surrounded by small towns and larger cities, all within easily drivable distances. The nearby historic town of Kenilworth makes for a quiet and peaceful stay - where you can see copper-coloured abbey ruins - and Stratford-upon-Avon, with its Shakespearian history, provides an otherworldly countryside retreat.

How to get to Warwick

Warwick is conveniently situated by the M40 motorway, which swiftly connects it to Birmingham and London, meaning that arriving by car is no challenge. Warwick’s quaint, centrally located and easily accessible railway station provides direct and dependable services to Leamington Spa, Birmingham, London, and the nearby Shakespearian centre of Stratford-upon-Avon. A small selection of coach services also provide comfortable transportation to Warwick. Once in Warwick, bus services run throughout the day and evening to the surrounding towns. But with its wide streets and plentiful parking, Warwick and the Warwickshire countryside can easily be explored by car.