Leamington Spa

Leamington Spa is a large spa town in the West Midlands region of England, close to the cities of Coventry and Birmingham, part of the United Kingdom.

22 things to do

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8 Clarendon Crescent

This is a lovely B&B where guests are warmly welcomed by Christine and David. Each room has an ensuite bathroom and the breakfasts will keep you going through the day.


Very popular with many student nights. Dingy and cramped despite recent refit. Often there are drinks promotions associated with Moo bar

DRINK   —  Map

The Pump Rooms

A recently renovated historic building housing an Art Gallery and Museum, Library and Tourist Information Center, along with a cafe.

SEE   —  Map


Very good Indian food at reasonable prices. The "buffet" is really a prix-fixe, but recommended.

Thomas James Hotel

17 en-suite bedrooms, conference facilities, bars and restaurant. pick-up from local airports.


Set in an old-cinema building, this light and airy club caters to the student population.

DRINK   —  Map

The Royal Spa Centre

Entertainment venue featuring various shows, from concerts to wrestling.

SEE   —  +44 1926 334418 —  Map

Food to go

The tastiest baps and baguettes in town with a great choice of filings.

White Horse

Relaxed traditional pub in central Leamington with outdoor courtyard

Wildes Restaurant

7 Parade. Food and tapas in atmospheric basement wine bar.

EAT   —  +44 1926 336732 —  Map


Kitsch bar popular with young people on the corner


Fairly expensive, trendy bar at the top of town.

DRINK   —  24 Russell Street

Phoenix Chinese Restaurant

Upmarket Chinese resataraunt

The Adams Hotel

14 en-suite rooms.

SLEEP   —  +44 1926 450742 —  Avenue Road

About Leamington Spa

Leamington Spa is an attractive spa town notable for its fine Regency architecture and parks. Like Bath and Cheltenham, Leamington owes much of its grandeur to its development as a fashionable resort in the early nineteenth century, catering for those who believed its spring waters could cure or ease their ailments. Leamington was laid out as a new town in the early to mid-nineteenth century, with features characteristic of modern planned towns including wide streets based predominantly on a north/south aligned grid. It was built on the site of a much smaller and older village called Leamington Priors, from which 2 buildings still remain - situated just East of the parish church. Modern Leamington serves primarily as a commuter town for Coventry and Birmingham, with its population boosted during term time by students from the nearby University of Warwick.

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