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Discover and search through our hundreds of Warwick accommodation offers to find the perfect one for your trip to the county town of Warwickshire, in the Midlands. Deep in the heart of England, this is a place of medieval history best known for Warwick Castle, and its connection to William Shakespeare. All of your options for Warwick holiday lettings are just a click away; we gather all of the available lettings on one page for you to select from accordingly. There’s no need to be stressed about your trip - we take care of everything for you so that all you need to do is sit back and relax. The historic charm of Warwick is epitomised by the wonderful array of small independent boutiques and old shopping street, Smith Street. With the beautiful backdrop of medieval turrets from Warwick Castle, from your Warwick holiday apartment you can get lost for horus along its winding streets. The only information we need from you, is how many people you’re travelling with, and for how long. Staying in a dog-friendly Warwick holiday rental means that you can have easy access to the surrounding rural areas of Warwickshire. Situated on the River Avon, te town dates back to the 12th century, and you will certainly fall in love with the traditional timber-framed architecture at Lord Leycester Hospital. What are you waiting for? Book now! Warwick was an important site during the Wars of the Roses, so it is without a doubt that if you book a holiday cottage here, you will be reliving history.

Warwick Castle and other points of interest

  • Warwick Castle: Developed from the original that was built by William the Conqueror in 1068, the wooden motte-and-bailey castle was replaced by a stunning stone build in the 12th century.
  • Lord Leycester Hospital: This is one of the most picturesque features in Warwick. The group of medieval timber-framed buildings will transport you back in time along Warwick High Street. Dating back to the 14th century, you will feel as though you are walking through a veritable English courtyard. It was home to Warwick’s medieval guilds for over 200 years, and have an interesting history pertaining to the Elizabethan wars.
  • St John’s House Museum, Warwick: This Jacobean mansion is located on a piece of land once used as a hospital in the 12th century, but dates back 900 years itself. It was turned into a museum and now features wonderful gardens and a Victorian kitchen and schoolroom.
  • The Mill Garden: Adding to the picturesque views of Warwick Castle, is this private garden adjacent. It is situated on the River Avon, and features some remains of Warwick’s medieval bridge. It is a beautiful place to sit peacefully and admire the swans that live nearby.
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