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Warwick is famous for its magnificent cast, which alone attracts visitors from all over the UK every year.The town also hosts numerous heritage events throughout the year, including a folk festival, beer festival, and several literary events. But Warwick is more than just history, it also boasts a thriving business scene, fashion shops, art galleries and fine dining. There are also plenty of traditional pubs dotted around, as well as some fantastic parks and nature trails. So whether you prefer to admire stunning historical architecture, or relax in modern leisure facilities, Warwick will not disappoint.
Warwick offers some fantastic options for accommodation, but if you are looking to stay a little longer then serviced apartments often provide the most comfortable and cost effective means of really getting the most out of your visit. The Squa.re carry a selection of such properties, ranging from self-contained studios to luxury houses. Our properties offer all the benefits of a traditional hotel, including room cleaning and reception/concierge services, whilst giving you the privacy of your own space.
If you are staying in Warwick then you are spoilt for choice when it comes to things to do. Many parts of the city, with its historic architecture, are incredibly picturesque, making it a fantastic place to simply stroll around and taking in the sites. There are also plenty of parks and green spaces to enjoy in the summer months.
Those with an interest in history will be pleased to find that Warwick not only has several heritage sites - including its famous castle - but also has a great selection of museums and galleries to explore the city’s past. The surrounding countryside also offers some superb National Trust properties and stately gardens.
Another great thing about Warwick is its huge selection of pubs, restaurants and bars. Having a big university nearby, its nightlife is also surprisingly good for such a small town. Whether you prefer rustic pub lunches, continental fine dining, or just a great night out drinking cocktails, then Warwick will not disappoint.
Warwick offers every kind of eatery, from rustic country pubs to fashionable modern cuisine. Robbie’s Restaurant offers an international menu in an intimate 15th-century venue, which is hugely popular with locals, and Tailors is also something of a secret gem, with its elegant British menu. Alternatively, there’s Aqua Food & Mood Lebanese Restaurant, which offers something a little more exotic.
Warwick doesn’t have any major shopping malls - for that, visitors would need to travel to nearby Leamington Spa. What it does have is an exciting collection of independent retailers and specialist stores, ranging from second hand goods to artisan haberdashery. Warwick also has a weekly general market, a Farmer's market once a month and specialist garden, specialist international markets throughout the year.
Warwick Castle is undoubtedly the town’s biggest attraction - a huge Norman-era fortress with gardens, laws and woodlands that offers a range of entertainments and events within its walls. There’s also Lord Leycester Hospital, another heritage site which offers tours of its stunning 14th century interior. Those who enjoy the outdoors are likely to enjoy The Mill Garden and Jephson Gardens, which have seasonal flowers and often host live music on summer evenings.
Warwick train station, served by Chiltern Railways, is the easiest way in and out of the town for those not planning to drive. The station runs regular services to Birmingham as well as direct routes to London. There are also several bus routes operating locally, running services to Coventry, Leamington Spa and Stratford-upon-Avon. The town itself is reasonably compact, and it’s picturesque streets mean many visitors enjoy walking as the best means of transport.
Tourism is the industry that brings the most into Warwick, but the town also has several organisations and manufacturers operating locally, including Caterpillar, Jaguar Land Rover and Triumph Motorcycles. There are also several tech firms with local offices, including IBM and Codemasters. Health goods store Holland & Barrett also has its HQ in nearby Nuneaton.