Hot Tub Breaks in Warwickshire
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Hot Tub Breaks In Warwickshire
Described as a haven waiting to be discovered, Warwickshire combines rich history, market towns, and rolling countryside. It’s most famous for being the birthplace of William Shakespeare and other attractions include Warwick Castle and Kenilworth Castle. When you’re not bringing stories to life, there is plenty of adventure to be had along the rivers and canals. A trip to Royal Leamington Spa should definitely be on your list as should the Roman market town of Alcester and the quaint Southam. Whether you want to relax, learn, indulge or simply see where the day takes you, Warwickshire is always a good choice.
Of course, the best staycations need the best accommodation and Warwickshire is full of that too. From log cabins with private outdoor access and lodges in Warwickshire with never ending views. Party pads in a city centre or traditional family homes in the heart of a bustling market town. Our selection of properties come with one extra thing too – your very own hot tub.
Hot tub holidays really do put the cherry on top – whether you’re looking for a short break or a longer getaway. After all, what better place to take in the sunrise (and sunset) and bubbles surrounded by bubbles is always a good idea. So, if you’re looking for Warwickshire hot tub breaks, browse our selection today and start planning a trip that everyone will love.
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Famous for its beautiful castle, independent businesses, and plenty of places to eat and drink, Warwick is a great place to visit for all ages. Spend your day at Warwick Castle and learn about the area’s colourful past, wander along the canals and stop off for a waterside picnic. Visit the many parks and gardens in Warwick and don’t forget to head into town for the weekly food market. The Two Castles Walk is a simple route around the town and a great way to see everything on offer.
A historic spa town that dates back hundreds of years, today Leamington Spa boasts impressive architecture, a gallery and museum, and the Royal Pump Rooms. Along the beautiful streets, you’ll also find lots of eateries and shops, with a combination of local names and bigger labels. When the sun’s shining, a trip to Jephson Gardens is a must where you can find formal flower beds and a glasshouse packed with tropical plants.
Boasting over 800 years of history and as the official home of William Shakespeare, Stratford-upon-Avon is a tourist hotspot. It probably won’t surprise you that arts, literature and theatre are a huge focus here with family-friendly events to get involved in. But there is also plenty of shopping to be done, historic sites to explore, and lots of cafes and pubs to relax in.
Coventry is steeped in history and legend – with many saying that it was the birthplace of St George, the patron saint of England. Today, you can visit the mediaeval cathedral which was left in ruins during WWII as well as the new 20th century replacement which stands next to it. The city is also home to galleries, museums, shops, and award-winning bars and restaurants. If you prefer to take things slow, there are several city centre parks which are great for picnics and relaxing.
The perfect base for exploring Warwickshire and less busy compared to its neighbours, Alcester is a Roman town that has lots of lovely accommodation as well as its own attractions. Nestled in the countryside, there are plenty of walks and cycling routes to enjoy and the ancient streets house Tudor cottages, historical buildings and several archaeological sites. After a busy day in Warwickshire, you’ll be pleased to know that Alcester is home to a few pubs and cafes which are the perfect place to unwind.
The best activities in Warwickshire
Originally developed from a wooden fort in 1068, Warwick Castle was built by William the Conqueror. In the 12th century, the castle was rebuilt and there is lots of history to bring to life. It’s a great day trip for all ages and interactive activities and the resident birds of prey make it a local attraction to remember.
The Warwickshire Gin Company
If you’re a fan of a G&T, you don’t want to miss The Warwickshire Gin Company. Situated in Leamington Spa, you can enjoy a distillery tour, tasting session and even a cocktail masterclass. You can make your very own custom spirit too and a trip to the on-site shop afterwards is a must. Why not buy a bottle and enjoy it back at your hot tub in Warwickshire?
Visit Shakespeare’s family home and discover tales about his childhood and learn about his inspiration. You’ll find out what his parents did, when Shakespeare began writing, and you might even see some historical pieces. Throughout the year, the charity looking after the house also puts on events which are a great way to support a local cause if you’re in the area.
Coventry Music Museum
Music lovers can’t go wrong with a trip to the Music Museum, which celebrates local artists and bands from all eras. Every year, there are a variety of exhibitions as well as a shop selling memorabilia. As well as music from some of the UK’s best-loved artists, visitors can also see the likes of tape recorders, musical sheets and even a bench that John Lennon once sat on!
Alcester Country Market
One of the best things about having your own private holiday accommodation with a hot tub is that you can pick up delicious local produce throughout the day and take it back for the evening. Alcester Country Market is a great place to pick up bread, vegetables and sweet treats – all of which are made and crafted by local people. We say, buy a variety of goods and make your very own grazing table back at your holiday home. With a bottle of fizz, of course!
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Best ways to get to Warwickshire
- By car: If you prefer the flexibility and convenience of driving, travelling to Warwickshire by car can be a good option. Warwickshire is well-connected by road, with major motorways and A-roads providing access to the county. You can plan your route using GPS or online maps, and there are plenty of parking options available in towns and cities throughout Warwickshire.
- By train: Warwickshire has several railway stations, including Warwick, Leamington Spa, Stratford-upon-Avon, Nuneaton, and Rugby, which are connected to major cities in the UK. Taking a train can be a convenient and eco-friendly option, especially if you are travelling from a city or town with good rail connections. Train services are operated by various train companies, and you can book tickets online or at the station.
- By bus: There are bus services that operate within Warwickshire and provide connections to neighbouring towns and cities. Local bus operators offer routes to and from Warwickshire, providing an affordable option for travel. Bus travel can be a good option if you prefer a more budget-friendly mode of transport or if you are travelling shorter distances within Warwickshire.
- By air: The nearest airports to Warwickshire are Birmingham Airport and East Midlands Airport, which offer domestic and international flights. From the airports, you can hire a car or take public transportation to reach Warwickshire. Air travel can be a good option if you are travelling from a long distance or if you need to reach Warwickshire quickly.
- By cycling or walking: Warwickshire has an extensive network of cycle routes and footpaths, making it possible to travel to the county by cycling or walking for those who enjoy outdoor activities and prefer a more leisurely pace of travel. Cycling or walking can be a great way to explore the beautiful countryside and picturesque towns of Warwickshire.