Such a pleasant visit, greeted by ex-service men proudly displaying their medals and the Warwick arms. Beautiful buildings, quiet and peaceful gardens, and wonderful history going back 1000 years.
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An Elizabethan courtyard, and history in abundance. A welcoming, knowledgeable and very helpful staff with two attractive gardens. The bonus is the small cafe with homemade food. We had a cream tea at a reasonable price with excellent service in quirky surroundings. Visit!
A visit to the Lord Leycester Hospital, is a visit to see history. It is not some theme park idea of history. The building is the attraction. If you insist on interactive exhibits and computer screens to touch, then this is not the place for...More
The tourist information suggested the lord leycester hospital was well worth a visit. It is the jewel in Warwick s crown. The exservicemen who run and live in theses beautiful surroundings are enthusiastic ,knowledgable and informative about this superb historical building. After wandering round the...More
It was such a peaceful quiet excursion, and the ex servicemen were great to talk to. It felt very intimate. When we went I to the kitchen there was beautiful freshly prepared sandwiches, soups, home baked cakes. These were all made by a local company...More
We visited today as an end to our stay in Warwick. What a beautiful piece of history nestled in the town centre. We were greeted by Brother Bill and Brother Ken who had a warm manner and shared some fascinating facts about the hospital. The...More
We visited here today after being at the castle. Lovely reprieve from the crowds and really interesting. The brethren are really friendly and helpful. Amazing that the place us still in active use. The tea rooms are great and the good lovely. I'd certainly recommend...More
Beautiful collection of old buildings right in the centre of Warwick, plus peaceful gardens. There are some lovely details such as the bright blue porcupine and lively bears looking very much like playful teddies. But the whole complex is small, and the price (£8.50 for...More