Holiday Inn Leamington Spa-Warwick

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Olympus Avenue, Tachbrook Park, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV34 6RJ, United Kingdom
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Excellent
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Very Good
33%
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Average
26%
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Poor
16%
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Terrible
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 42% more and rated 12% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Solo46
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Forum Posts

best way to travel to warwick

by raptie

Hi,
I am going to travel to warwick on 13th of March with my boyfriend. i have heard of a train ticket that is valid for travel for 3 days between London-Warwick-stratford upon avon and Leeming- in order to visit the attraction of the Sheakspeare country. Does anyone have any information about this opportunity? What is the best way to come to warwick and have the chance to travel around the other plaves as well? please reply to my by email at: raptie@mediconsa.com
Many many thanks
Irene

RE: best way to travel to warwick

by leics

I think you mean the Chiltern Rover ticket; you can only buy this from Marylebone station in London. www.chilternrailways.co.uk/content.php?nID=125 for details.

You can get to Warwick by train from London (www.nationalrail.co.uk fortimes and fares) and get around the area by using the local buses.

Travel Tips for Warwick

Views from St. Mary's Church Tower

by barryg23

From the top of St. Mary's tower there are excellent views in all directions of Warwick and the surrounding countryside. The tower is over 50 metres high and can be ascended via a narrow spiralling staircase.

Discount tickets/booking in advance

by Dabs

I booked four of the tickets on Last Minute which had 2 for 1 offers for both kids and adults, actually it turned out to be even cheaper than 2 for 1 if we had waited to buy at the castle. The downside was that we had to select a specific day.

I booked the 5th ticket from the Warwick Castle website for a slight discount. Instead of getting a 10% discount for booking a specific day, I booked an open dated ticket which had a 20% discount. The open dated ticket had the added bonus of being good for 12 months in case the day we picked turned out to be rainy, we could have selected another day.

The best part? We collected all of the tickets from the pre booked ticket window which had no queue and saved us from having to queue in line when we got there as we printed out the ticket before we left home.

On our previous visit, we got a combination ticket/castle admission when we bought the tickets at Marylebone station but that discount no longer appeared to be available. But if you don't pre book tickets, it's worth it to ask when you are buying your train ticket.

Mill Street & Mill Street Gardens

by andywing

Leave the castle from its main driveway and turn immediately right, down Mill Street.

This street was completely untouched by the great fire of Warwick in 1694 and after the new bridge was built in 1751 and the bridge at the bottom of Mill Street pulled down, the place has been left as a quiet backwater cul de sac.

The only thing missing from this medieval scene is the thatched roofs, outlawed in Warwick after the fire of 1694.

At the bottom of the street there is the house of the recently deceased Arthur Measures.

For years he opened his garden to the public for a token charge of £1 so others could enjoy his beautiful garden backing onto the Avon with glorious views of the castle.

His garden still opens from Easter to mid October and it's a little bit of heaven on earth!

Regency charity

by leics

I noticed this building as I walked towards the castle. On Castle St, it has an interesting inscription which tells of Regency charity towards the poor. A dispensary provided medicine for the sick and, of course, the sick poor in could not afford either doctor's fees or the cost of medicine.

Beauchamp Chapel, Collegiate Church of St Mary

by leffe3

One of the great examples of English Medieval ecclesiastical architecture, the Beauchamp (pronounced Beecham) Chapel was built following the death, in 1439, of Richard de Beauchamp, 13th Earl of Warwick.

It took 20 years to complete, but it is a Gothic masterpiece with the tomb of Richard, raised on a pedestal, firmly in the centre. Beside his tomb is that of Ambrose Dudley, 3rd Earl of Warwick (2nd creation of title), but, set into the north wall is the grandest of them all - the tomb of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, and his wife Lettice. Leicester was a great favourite (lover?) of Queen Elizabeth. It is an indication of the importance of the chapel and Warwick as a town that he was buried here.

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 Holiday Inn Leamington Spa-Warwick

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Address: Olympus Avenue, Tachbrook Park, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV34 6RJ, United Kingdom