Brunswick is a modern two bed roomed, ground floor flat situated in old town, Royal Leamington Spa. This pleasant, bright flat stands in small but pleasant gardens,reached by a block paved driveway with parking for several vehicles. Brunswick is part of a lovely housing area one mile from the town centre. Local shops, bus route, St Johns Anglican Church are all adjacent to the property.
Leamington Spa railway station is a seven minute walk away, with frequent services to all mainline venues. London Marylebone is a 1 hour, 20 minute journey with an hourly service. Leamington Spa town centre is a 5 minute drive from the flat.
The accommodation is very easily reached from the M40 motorway, which is approximately a 10 minute drive from Junction 14. The National Exhibition Centre (NEC) is a 30 minute car journey; this venue is also readily accessed by a frequent train service from the Leamington Spa rail station. The Royal Show grounds are situated only a 10 minute car journey away.
Leamington Spa is a pleasant town set in beautiful parks and gardens, divided by the river Leam. The town owes its Spa status to the reputed health benefits of its famous waters. A museum situated in the town’s famous Pump Rooms traces Leamington’s history and details significant events such as the world’s first ever game of Lawn Tennis. Leamington has an eclectic mix of local shops and businesses alongside nationally known chains. Those visitors who enjoy walking will be spoiled for choice when venturing into Newbold Comyn where many paths meander alongside the river or beside the golf course and on into the bird sanctuary.
Leamington Spa is an ideal and central base for accessing the tourist attractions of Warwick, the county town and famous for the most visited castle in Britain, once the home of Daisy Countess of Warwick and lover of Edward VII. Warwick has many other attractions and has a variety of antique shops and places of historic interest.
Stratford upon Avon is famous worldwide for its association with William Shakespeare and is a very attractive town; it is a mere 20 minute drive away. The Cotswolds are also very easily reached and most visitors will relish a day spent in Broadway or Cheltenham.
For those interested in city life, both Coventry and Birmingham are easily reached by car or train. Birmingham has enjoyed major regeneration along its canal and inner-city areas and affords a pleasant and historic place of interest. Amongst its famous landmarks lies the Jewellery Quarter where a wide selection of purchases can be made with considerable savings to be experienced.
We are proud to say we accreddited with a 4 star rating with Visit Britain.
The accommodation is all on one level and comprises of a sitting room, kitchen, bathroom and two double bedrooms.
Arrival & Departure Times
Visitors may arrive any time after 2:00 pm and need to vacate the apartment by 10:00 am, unless prior arrangements have been made.