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Lord Leycester Hospital, Warwick

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  • This is a great place to spend an hour or two. The information / tour pamphlet is excellent and concise. It guides you around the buildings and gardens without any difficulty. The Staff are very helpf...  read more »
  • Before my trip I was thinking that it's just a building, altough really valuable, nevertheless I've decide to visit it and check. Well yes, it is just a building, but a really great one - rather old, ...  read more »
  • We spent a lovely couple of hours here on our visit to Warwick. We particularly enjoyed the military museum where a helpful ex military gentleman explained the exhibits to us. We also enjoyed the love...  read more »
  • A morning rise in Warwick. Right on this Warwick gate are wood buildings surviving from the 15th century. It's a hospital but not in the medical sense, but the medieval sense of an institution of charity. This is one of the very well maintain medieval buildings in Warwick and one of the prettiest in my road trip. I keep seeing signs of a Historic Tea Room here at The Hospital but didn't had time to go in and have a look. Mental note to return.
  • Unfortunately the main building was closed due to a private function but we went in the tea room which had a very nice interior. The choice is of teas and coffee's is extensive and although on the pricier side I thought it was good value for money. The ginger black tea and the homemade yoghurt topped apple and blackberry tray bake were superb. One of the tastiest 'cakes' I've ever had.
  • Great place to go if you're interested in the local history, was nice and quiet when we went. You can go round at your own leisure, which is good.
  • The tea room (Brethren's Kitchen) is a lovely place for afternoon tea. Scones were delicious and reasonably priced.
  • oh i love cream tea!
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