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Warwick Castle Knight's Village

Castle Lane, Warwick CV34 4QU England
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#5 of 10 Speciality lodging in Warwick
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Warwick Castle is a truly unique setting for a short break, you can experience an exclusive family sleepover like no other, set in a picturesque woodland grove on the river bank within our new Knight's Village!
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Free breakfast
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Gift shop
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Breakfast buffet
Kid-friendly buffet
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Sabyasachi K wrote a review Yesterday
Reading, United Kingdom9 contributions9 helpful votes
The knights village overnight stay was a horrible experience - zero activities for children - very bad service at the restaurant ( had to wait 90 minutes for food) , rude staff - overall left a bad taste
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
W00dland wrote a review 17 Oct
Birmingham, United Kingdom10 contributions3 helpful votes
Me and my partner stayed for 2 nights in the Knights Village in a lodge. Mid 30s After being postponed from November 2020 that was for a birthday due to Bojo lockingdown the UK rearranged booking to October 2021, only to be forced to pay an extra £40 ontop of the original £520 or loose the voucher we were givin, thanks Boris. Place is lovely, in the woods, pretty much quiet apart from planes and nearby main roads humming. Nice to see wildlife, birds and plenty of Squirrels while on the deck outside your cabin. Its peaceful. Love the decking to the lodges. Fantastic shower. That's the only plus about it. Cabins clean for the most part. Tons of dust under the bed. Big dust balls we, tele didnt work. Flat batteries. Kettle with suger sachets, dried coffee sachets, kind of what you get a cheapo places. Not even a biscuit like you get at most BnBs SLEEP 3/10 Bed is extremly uncomfortable, it's a spring mattress, when you have memory foam it makes a big difference, woke up with an aching lower back and stiff necks. The pillows are very thick, had to chuck them on the floor as our necks was aching. Lots of tossing and turning. Me and my gf kept waking up and we were both sweaty from the cheap bed sheets, polyester, nylon plastic feel bed sheets. Turned the heating completely off to stop us sweating but carried on by the synthetic none breathable bed sheets. Awful sleep. STAFF 10/10 Staff are friendly, smily, pleasant, helpful. No complaints about staff. One girl in the restaurant Jessica was amazing Food at the lodge. BREAKFAST 10/10 DINNER infiantly poor /10 Breakfast was great. I just eat ceral normally so not fussed about cooked breakfast but when it's there I will. Not too greasy, full of flavour, eggs not to watery, perfectly cooked bacon, selection of fruits, OJ and Apple juice seamed to taste fresh, not from a cartan, even tho from a machine. Great choice of coffee and tea. Breakfast was fantastic. On the flip side the dinner is the worst you'll ever have. I have read on trip advisor dinner isnt good. I didnt expect it to be the worst. Gf had Chicken Tika Masala Rice was so over cooked it's almost melted into a soup, mush, no flavour The chicken masla had Zero flavour, no spice, no body, The onion Barji, although had a crunch had no flavour, spice. Nothing was cooked with salt, pepper, spice, stock, gf works at a school, said schools meals are Michelin star in comparison to what she had. Only good thing about it was the pitta bread, clearly shop bought. Suffice to say, the majority of it was left. £13.95, it's taking the p155 I had tomatoe & basil pasta from the KIDS menu. Yes kids menu, why? Because the adults menu is all meat, not that I'm a veggie but I didnt want pig, ribs, curry, burger. I'm at a medival place, not a canteen. One item is £13.95, Chicken, chips, slaw, salad. Wtf is that about. The menu is not appetising. Massively overpriced. The pasta was completely bland, no flavour. Not cooked in stock, salt or pepper. The sauce was, again, completely flavourless. I didnt even eat half of a kids portion of pasta, it was like cardboard. (Next day we ate out in Warick at Rose and Crown, and had the best food we ever ate. No word of a lie, beef Wellington was sublime. Got a £20 tip of us. Also try The Globe, amazing Portchini Pasta) Knights Village failed with food, Gordon Ramsoy would have a fit. For a expansive place, in the beauty of Woodlands, the food didnt matchup to the area or venue, it's on the level of a cheap cafe with a kid as a cook. Airplane food is better Cant stress how awful it is. Overpriced and piss poor. Its embarrassing really, If it was Pontins, or some cheap place, you wouldnt complain, youd expect it, and laugh about it. But this is a joke. I wanted to go home after our first day as the 1st night we were there, theres nothing going on. The evening entertainment is for kids in the restaurant, while your eating. Its noisy, and echoy For the expensive menu that it is, no. Felt more like a soft play, kids party, Pontins, Canteen feel truly awful. The other entertainment for staying there is a kids treasure hunt, for a badge and stickers. Me gf said we should have stayed in a Premier Inn, least you know youd have sleep all night in comfy beds and it's a lot cheaper. It's not worth spending the money to stay at knights village at the cost they are charging unless you got money to burn. Stay in a local BnB or Premier Inn in Warick. If you do stay, Strongly recommend to eat out in Warick for dinner. Included breakfast was great. Weirdly opposite ends of each other. The Castle is fantastic as always, been loads of times had fun day in the castle. Rather had just done there for the day at cost of admission. Only live 20 miles away near Birmingham Airport. Regret booking it tbh. Either, reduce the price by half Or A cook that can cook And Get rid of the kids entertainment in restaurant, have a seperate room for that. Something entertaining for adults, even for just an hour. Get breatable bed sheets and better mattresses. For how expensive it is I was suprised at how many kids were there in the knights village, what felt like 8 and below. Everything is cashless there. Card only, forcing the cashless agenda. Apart from the poor dinner, we spent more at local eateries in Warick with cash, for real proper food. Average £15 main/drink. In castle its Small Fish and chips in the castle, £8.95 Slice of pizza £6 Rollecer Hot dog, no onions £5.95 Cheap junk food. Eat out, pay cash.
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Pendragon wrote a review 4 Oct
Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom175 contributions88 helpful votes
We had an overnight stay here with two little ones (2 and 5 years old), they both enjoyed the lodge and the theming. Our eldest lovely the bunk bed (he doesn't have that at home). The theming was very good. The lodge was clean and tidy. We were a bit concerned that the adjoining lodge may be able to hear our youngest crying, but the walls seemed quite thick and we couldn't hear the young family next door, so think it may have been ok. The bathroom was a good size with a walk in shower. The food in the restaurant was buffet style. The staff were very helpful with food intolerances and provided us with advice and guidance. There was plenty of food variation for evening mean as well as breakfast. There were not that many people staying at the same time as us, so it was fairly quite, with no queues for food. We did the treasure hunt/orienteering activity in the evening. It was good for a time between arriving and getting food. It was a little bit tricky for the age of our little ones, but older children may be able to do it on their own. Some of the shields were hard to find behind leaf foliage, but should be much easier in later autumn through to spring.
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Date of stay: September 2021
cmrichards13 wrote a review 3 Oct
Bridgend, United Kingdom29 contributions29 helpful votes
We booked this as something a bit different, the reality is that it is expensive and you probably have to eat here (food is surprisingly good for an evening buffet too), but was worth it. The lodge has an accessible bathroom, unfortunately ours flooded during the use of the shower into the room, but assume this was not the norm. Room nice size and the kids bedroom at the back was great. Room has the right number of cups for the visitors, which so many places can’t be bothered to do. The evening entertainment was really good, bring insect repellent as we got bitten quite a bit, as it is by the river. The only criticism is that it is running at the same time as the early sittings, so if you have young children it might be hard to do it all. Location perfect to get back in the park the next day too! Wouldn’t do it again, but really worth staying here the once!
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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daytripper wrote a review 2 Oct
Market Harborough, United Kingdom21 contributions20 helpful votes
Really good fun and good value for money. We loved the sundown spectacular. Would be concerned about the limited food options if that hadn’t have been on and also potentially wouldn’t have as much to do in the evening…but we were lucky with sundown spectacular and spoilt for choice for food and amazing entertainment!
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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Frequently Asked Questions about Warwick Castle Knight's Village
Which popular attractions are close to Warwick Castle Knight's Village?
Nearby attractions include Lord Leycester Hospital (0.4 km), Warwickshire Museum (Market Hall Museum) (0.5 km), and The Old Post Office (0.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Warwick Castle Knight's Village?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Warwick Castle Knight's Village?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Warwick Castle Knight's Village?
Yes, free parking and paid public parking nearby are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Warwick Castle Knight's Village?
Conveniently located restaurants include Brethrens kitchen, The Four Penny Pub, and Vivaanta Indian Restaurant & Bar.
Is Warwick Castle Knight's Village located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.6 km away from the centre of Warwick.
Are there any historical sites close to Warwick Castle Knight's Village?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Warwick Castle (0.6 km), Collegiate Church of St Mary's (0.7 km), and Kenilworth Castle (8.0 km).
Is Warwick Castle Knight's Village accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.