Days Inn Warwick North M40

J12/13, M40, Banbury Rd Welcome Break Service Area, Ashorne, Warwickshire CV35 0AA, United Kingdom
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Forum Posts

Anything Special

by yetist

Hi, I will be staying in Warwick from 9-12 November, I have a car and will be visiting the surrounding countryside. Is there anything special going on that I should not miss? Thanks!!

RE: Anything Special

by kbr61263

http://www.shakespeare-country.co.uk/swt.aspx?cp=../swt/&id=61&pagetype=1&sim=&cg=

try this

RE: RE: Anything Special

by robine

The Castle, and Stratford, clearly. Plus Cottswalds villages. Enjoy!

RE: Anything Special

by Watsoncomper

Where do you start on this.

The area is steep in history from Warwick Castle, Lord Leycester hospital, Alm houses too name a few

Visit http://www.warwick-uk.co.uk/
And
www.warwick-castle.co.uk/

For further information

Stratford on Avon is only eight miles away with all the tourist areas relating to William Shakespeare. Startford also has a great selection of restaurants and public houses. See my travel pages

http://www.shakespeare-country.co.uk/

Leamington Spa offers a reasonable shopping centre, good pubs and a young nightlife.

There are a number of fine country houses such as Compton Wynyates and Baddesley Clinton within the local area.

In fact the list can go on and on so no problem in filling your time whatever your requirements

RE: Anything Special

by yetist

Thanks for the tips, I'm really excited about touring the countryside.

Travel Tips for Warwick

Thai Festival

by grayfo

This has now become an annual event (2009 was the Fourth) usually staged around the third Sunday in July. The day itself normally starts with a Buddhist thanksgiving ceremony with food gifts to Buddhist monks at a temple set up in the square for the day. The festival has comprised in recent years with among other things Thai fashion shows, sword fighting demonstrations and Thai boxing. There are also around 60 stalls selling food and a range of Thai beers.

All proceeds from the festival go to good causes in Warwick and those in need in Thailand.

Tourist information

by Dabs

You can get tourist information from the website or stop by the tourist information centre on Jury Street where they will be happy to answer your questions.

http://www.warwick-uk.co.uk/index.asp

Rugby

by btex

Rugby is a nice town where I spent a few days with relatives. I mainly walked around the downtown area and made my way to Warwick from there. More info on Rugby can be found on the website. And, yeah, I think that the sport of rugby originated in this town.

The Butts

by leics

You might walk along the road called 'The Butts' but might not be aware of the derivation of the name. In Medieval times, all men were required to practise archery (the English were famed for their skill with the longbow) for a set amount of time and 'the butts' is what the practice area was called. They always lie outside the city or town walls, for obvious reasons. You can find roads called Butt Lane, Butt Street etc in many English towns.

Mill Street

by halikowski

I often thought about Mill St. when I was at school. This is a handsome Jacobean street built of solid, stone terraced houses. The first generation of houses built after the Great Fire of London in 1666 counselled the end of wood timbered dwellings, which were commonplace during the long medieval centuries.
Actually, the photo I've included is of a timbered and wattle and daub construction, but take my word for it, there are fine 17th century stone houses further up the street!

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 Days Inn Warwick North M40

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Address: J12/13, M40, Banbury Rd Welcome Break Service Area, Ashorne, Warwickshire CV35 0AA, United Kingdom