Cafes & Tea Shops

Brethrens Kitchen at the Lord Leycester Hospital

Brethrens Kitchen at the Lord Leycester Hospital

Serving food for 500 years to Kings, Queens, Tudor nobles, Victorian literary figures such as Charles Dickens and Oscar Wilde and the Brethren – the retired soldiers who have inhabited the hospital since 1571 – this ancient eating establishment oozes h ...
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Friends' Meeting House & Quaker Gardens

Friends' Meeting House & Quaker Gardens

Behind the Friends' Meeting House a quiet and intimate retreat is provided, open at most times during the day.
The house was originally the home of some of the earliest Quakers in the town who buried their departed members in the garden.
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Lord Leycester Hospital

Lord Leycester Hospital

In 1571 Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester (Leycester), founded a home for those wounded in the service of the Queen, and her successors, and this use continues to the present day.

The magnificent black & white Elizabethan style timbered ...
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Master's Gardens at the Lord Leycester Hospital

Master's Gardens at the Lord Leycester Hospital

Behind the ancient buildings of the Lord Leycester Hospital lies the tranquil oasis of the Master's Garden.

Bounded by the old town walls, and entered via a knot garden, the planting of this 600 year old garden reflects its past and acknowl ...
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The Chip Shed

The Chip Shed

We're passionate about fish and chips and we really love what we do.

Our aim is simple - to provide the best tasting, authentic British Fish and Chips in Warwick.

We have a Vegetarian and Children's menu.

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Thomas Oken Tea Rooms

Thomas Oken Tea Rooms

Set against the castle wall, this beautiful old building was built over 500 years ago for its namesake, a wealthy and philanthropic merchant. Thomas Oken died on 29th July 1573 and left most of his money in trust to aid the poor and to fund education a ...
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Warwick Castle

Warwick Castle

The castle is built upon a rocky site beside the River Avon, first chosen by William the Conqueror, for an earlier Motte and Bailey.
The present building dates from the 13th century, with the principal towers being added in the 14th and 15th cen ...
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Warwickshire Museum and Cafe at Market Hall

Warwickshire Museum and Cafe at Market Hall

Built in 1670, it originally contained arches on all four walls (later converted to windows), to provide under-cover space for stalls.

In the 19th century, the archways were railed off, and the space was used for stocks. These were on wheel ...
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