About Leamington Spa Railway Station
Leamington Spa Railway Station serves the town of Royal Leamington Spa in central Warwickshire. It was opened in the mid-19th century by the Great Western Railway, as a calling point on its newly-opened line between Oxford and Birmingham. A refurbishment project undertaken in 2008 recreated the original art-deco style applied by the GWR.
Welcome to Warwick
Nestled at the northern edges of the Cotswolds, in the heart of England, Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire, and a notably pretty centre of historic architecture. The town is best known for its magnificently preserved castle, consistently voted as one of the best attractions in Britain, featuring gardens tended to by the prolific 18th-century landscape architect Capability Brown. There are plenty of shops to browse in the town centre, and a popular market held every Saturday.
Warwick Castle - England’s most impressive keep
Though the length and breadth of Britain is dotted with castles, Warwick’s certainly stands out among the rest. Built shortly after the Norman invasion, Warwick Castle was swiftly developed into a Near-impenetrable stronghold that solidified the position of many English dynasties. Visitors to the castle can explore over 1,000 years of fascinating stories, and enjoy a full programme of family-friendly shows and attractions.
Planning a trip to Leamington Spa Railway Station? Travelodge the Regent Leamington Spa Hotel is just a five-minute drive away, and Travelodge Stratford Upon Avon Hotel can be reached in 20.