Central Warwickshire

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Central Warwickshire

Leaving the site head towards Leamington, 1st left on A423 then 1st right and continue for 6 miles turn right on A425. After 1 mile turn right on B4099, arrive and park in the town .Walk and explore the Georgian and Victorian fine buildings with its various shops and fine gardens.

Royal Leamington Spa

Situated in central Warwickshire with the river Leam passing through it, the banks are joined by the stunning Mill Bridge and Weir dated 1903, a must to see. On both sides of the river Leam, stand its history, one having the Royal Pump Gardens, close by the fine Victorian Royal Pump Rooms and Baths built in 1813, with many more gardens. Visit the Jephson Gardens view the floral displays, wild life, lake and river fountains, with its Elephant slip road down to the river used by the travelling circus in the mid 1800s for washing and watering. Other points of interest are the Landowne crescent, the parade, the 1884 Town Hall with a statue of Queen Victoria, all Georgian and Victorian buildings. Finally the 900 year old All Saints church built in a gothic style.

Mill Bridge

Mill Bridge

Pump Rooms and Baths

Pump Rooms + Baths

Jephson Gardens

Jephson Gardens

Continue the journey towards Warwick only 3 miles travel southeast on B4099 turn right onto A425 at roundabout  take 3rd exit continuing still on A425, after half a mile turn right A429 and arrive, use main car park.

Warwick

Located on the River Avon and steeped in medieval history it is a great place to explore.  Famous for its 13-14th century medieval architectural style castle and town walls the centre piece of the town, well worth a visit. View the old town see the picturesque buildings and museums the stunning Westgate, Lord Leycester Hospital and roam in the courtyard, plus Eastgate Warwick Gate House just step back in time and enjoy the moment.

Warwick Castle

Warwick Castle

Westgate

Westgate

Lord Leycester Hospital

Lord Leycester Hospital

Continue the journey towards Stratford upon Avon just 9 miles; travel northeast on A429 through the 1st roundabout, next take 3rd exit, next 1st exit A46, next 1st exit A439 then right turn onto A3400, arrived park in the town. The only way to get the full benefit from your visit is to explore and discover for yourself the historical beauty.

Stratford upon Avon

The birth place of Shakespeare which has 800 year old Anglo Saxon origins lying on the river Avon. The waterside is pleasant with entertainment in the summer, sit and watch the river flow by. Take in the views of the theatre and Holy Trinity Church and walk the streets to take in its history. Visit The Halls Croft,  Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, Shakespeare’s birth place and much more.

Stratford

Stratford

Shakespears Birthplace

Shakespears Birthplace

Anne Hathaways Cottage

Anne Hathaways Cottage