Warwickshire's literary heritage and historic landmarks, combined with its scenic beauty, make it an ideal destination for those seeking a unique and enriching travel experience. Explore the heart of England, where history, literature, and natural wonders converge to create a truly unforgettable journey. Explore the iconic Warwick Castle, a medieval fortress that stands proudly on the banks of the River Avon. Step into the birthplace of William Shakespeare in Stratford-upon-Avon, where you can visit his childhood home and the renowned Royal Shakespeare Theatre. If you're wanting to explore the birthplace of one of England's most prolific playwrights then we have just the place for you. Our lodges and holiday parks in Warwickshire are situated in Stratford's idyllic countryside, complete with river taxi to add a little wow factor to discovering this charming destination. Whether you're looking for pet-friendly accommodation then we've got you covered, along with private hot tubs, a perfect way to end your days of exploration.
If spooky towers and dungeons are your thing, uncover Warwick Castle's gruesome past by exploring all this majestic castle has to offer. With live actors and special effects helping bring these tales to life along with jousting tournaments and medieval dining, this is a great day out for all ages. If the weather is temperamental, a great rainy day activity to delve into Tudor life is a visit to Tudor World. This interactive indoor museum is housed in one of England's most haunted buildings...you have been warned!
For four days each July, Warwick is awash with the sights and sounds from the Warwick Folk Festival. From boogie to bluegrass there is something to suit everyone, along with sing-alongs, musical workshops, smaller acoustic sets, and the main stage marquee with its headline acts.