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Pocket Guide: Royal Leamington Spa

Noted for its Regency architecture, Royal Leamington Spa is known for its pretty parks and imposing terraces, and has a thriving student scene thanks to its proximity to the University of Warwick. It’s also a great central location for exploring the surrounding countryside, and is well served by both budget and luxury hotels.

Jephson Gardens

Jephson Gardens were laid out at the end of the Georgian period, when Royal Leamington Spa became one of the country's most popular spa towns. It's home to a delightful tea room, and is noted for its vibrant spring and summer flower display. Within walking distance of these gardens is the Episode Hotel, which provides immaculate contemporary rooms with free internet access and deluxe four-poster beds.

Royal Pump Rooms

Featuring an impressive art gallery, the Royal Pump Rooms is a fine Grade II-Listed landmark that dates back to the early 19th Century, and was the most popular spa bath in the town. Today, it has an impressive art gallery and Tourist Information Centre, and illustrates the development of the town through various historic artefacts. If you're looking for value-for-money accommodation nearby, you could book a stay at the hospitable Falstaff Hotel, which is housed in a well-preserved Georgian building and offers free parking and free WiFi.

All Saints Church

Dating back to the 19th Century, All Saints Church is a remarkable Gothic-Revival landmark that replaced a much older medieval structure, built when the town was a relatively unknown rural hamlet.

Other Attractions near Royal Leamington Spa

Warwick Castle was rebuilt in the 12th Century before becoming a private country home after it was acquired by the wealthy Greville family in the 17th Century. Today it welcomes thousands of visitors every year with jousting tournaments and a special Flight of the Eagles exhibition, featuring various eagles and vultures.

Another renowned visitor attraction in Warwickshire is the Heritage Motor Centre Motor Museum in Gaydon, which contains the largest exhibition of historic British cars in the world. Close to this venue is the Ashorne Hill Conference Centre, which is ideal for business travellers and offers free WiFi, excellent business facilities and free parking.

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