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Warwickshire

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Warwickshire is situated in the West Midlands. Its most popular towns include Warwick, Leamington Spa and Stratford-upon-Avon. and because of its central location, this makes it an ideal spot from which to explore the West and East Midlands. It also has excellent transport links to the North and South of England. The county is popular for cottage holidays, lodge retreats and hot tub holidays.

Weather Averages

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MARCH - MAY High 13.6°c Low 5.92°c Precipitation 0.04mm/hr
JUNE - AUGUST High 20.73°c Low 13.02°c Precipitation 0.04mm/hr
SEPTEMBER - NOVEMBER High 14.57°c Low 8.21°c Precipitation 0.04mm/hr
DECEMBER - FEBRUARY High 7.68°c Low 2°c Precipitation 0.05mm/hr

THINGS TO DO IN Warwickshire

When visiting Warwickshire, you'll be spoilt for choice for places to explore. There are amazing walks and trails along the vast network of canals with miles of fantastic off-road hiking. You can also guarantee a welcoming pitstop in one of the many quirky tearooms which can be found en route in the heart of Shakespeare’s England.

Leamington-Spa

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Imperial Leamington Spa is a prosperous town situated in the core of Warwickshire. With a present population of around 50,000, the town's development was largely because of the famous Spa Springs which were found and marketed in the nineteenth century. Set on the winding River Leam, it's best known for its Regency engineering and wide avenues. The colonnaded Royal Pump Rooms, which is a nineteenth century bathhouse, is home to the famous Leamington Spa Art Gallery and Museum.

Warwick

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Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire. It’s known for the medieval Warwick Castle, founded by William the Conqueror. The town itself was founded on the banks of the River Avon in 914 AD. It is built on a small hill which controlled not only the river valley but also the river crossing on the road to London and the roads to Stratford, Coventry and the salt way to Droitwich. Warwick offers holiday guest the opportunity of exploring the architectural gems of our medieval history.c

Stratford-upon-Avon

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Stratford-upon-Avon is the famous birthplace of William Shakespeare. Set in the beautiful rural Warwickshire countryside and steeped in culture steeped in culture and history, it is one of the most important tourist destinations in the UK. With easy road, rail and airport access, it is the perfect place for a holiday or short break. Whatever takes your fancy, rest assured your stay in Shakespeare Country will make you feel rejuvenated and refreshed.

LOCAL CUISINE

Warwickshire, located in the heart of the country, has numerous culinary claims to fame including Plum Jerkum, a type of fruit wine, similar to cider, brewed from plums; and Coventry Godcakes, triangular pastries filled with mincemeat, which are said to represent the trinity. Not to be missed is Ringswood ice cream which takes its name from the Ringswood herd of British Friesian cows on the family farm and Harvest of Arden’s delicious range of conserves, chutneys, marmalades, apple juices and smoothies.

GETTING HERE

Warwickshire is in the rural Heart of England. The closest cities are Coventry and Birmingham. Warwickshire is served by an extensive motorway network. From London and the south east travel on the M40, From the south west there’s the M5, M42 & M40. If your arriving from the north west use the M6, M42 & M40. Traveling from the north east M1, M69, A45 & A46 and from the east take the A14, M6, A45, A46.