Warwick is a large town in the heart of England, located close to Stratford on Avon and Shakespeare’s Country. Surrounded by beautiful countryside and with a magnificent historical castle, Warwick could be an excellent choice for a relaxing self-catering break. Warwick and the surrounding area offer some of the Heart of England’s best attractions, particularly for those with an interest in history and the life and works of William Shakespeare.
Within Warwick there are historical buildings, shops, cafes and restaurants and the town is a fine place for a cottage holiday. Warwick also benefits from a number of parks and gardens such as Mill Garden, St Nicholas Park and Hill Close Gardens. Entrance to St Nicholas Park is free although charges apply for use of the leisure and entertainment facilities within the park. This park is an excellent place for families as there are fun fair rides, mini golf, an outdoor swimming pool, a cafe, play area and a boating lake. Warwick’s best known attraction is undoubtedly its castle. Visit the towers and the dungeons at this unique castle. With gardens and a dedicated area for birds of prey, this castle offers a great day out for all of the family.
Warwick is very well placed for discovering some of the best of what the Heart of England has to offer. Stratford on Avon is just 10 miles away and is a town with many a historical building including the house where William Shakespeare grew up. Stratford upon Avon is highly recommended for a day trip. A river flows through the town, adding to its scenic quality. By the river, you can catch boat trips and also find the Shakespeare Theatre which specialises in his works.
Another attractive town found close to Warwick is Royal Leamington Spa, which is just 2 and a half miles away. With elegant buildings, excellent shopping, bars and restaurants this town is a fine place for a day trip.
We trust that you’ve found our hints and tips on what Warwick has to offer for cottage holidays helpful. For more information on this town why not visit the Tourist Information Centre on arrival for free leaflets and tailored advice on local attractions? We also recommend that you take a look at our guide on Shakespeare's Country for cottage holidays.
Self-catering accommodation in or near Warwick can be in log cabins, traditional cottages or unique self-catering properties, whichever you opt for, have a fantastic time.
Information on Cottage Holidays in Warwick
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