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Agincourt Lodge Hotel
36 Coten End

CV34 4NP | View map

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A warm welcome awaits you at our Four Star Silver Award Guest House , which was originally built in 1854 as a family home and reflects the elegance of the early Victorian era. With private car parks front and rear it is ideally situated for exploring Warwick and the surrounding areas, being about five minutes walk from the main entrance to Warwick Castle, a short stroll to the central market square and Warwick town centre with all its individual shops and eateries. Behind us lies the lovely St. Nicholas Park, whilst less than 2 miles away is the regency town of Leamington Spa. Stratford Upon Avon is just 15minutes away. We offer all modern amenities in our home from home guest house, while retaining all the character of the Victorian era.


Ratings/Awards: 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 6
Number Ensuite: 5 ( +1 with private facilities)
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