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Hospitality in Warwickshire

Nov 10

To support hospitality in Warwickshire, the County Council has launched an employment campaign, Skills for Employment, which supports businesses in the area. The council has also led a series of industry events to highlight the many benefits of a career in hospitality. One such activity is 'My Hotel World, Warwickshire', which brings together local businesses, education, and other stakeholders. Workshops will provide pupils with an insight into the working world of hospitality and the range of career opportunities available.

For those interested in a career in hospitality, Warwickshire is a great place to start. With many historic sites to explore, it's easy to find a place to stay that will appeal to you. Whether you're looking for a traditional country house or a smart Georgian townhouse, you'll find a place that will suit your needs. The following are some of the most popular options for hospitality in the area.

Stratford-Upon-Avon is a must-see attraction for anyone visiting the county. If you're visiting in the spring, the Shakespeare Festival and Stratford-Upon-Avon are great places to visit. For a luxury experience, choose one of the many stylish and authentic hotels located in Warwickshire. You'll be sure to find the perfect retreat for your next trip to this beautiful country.

A stay in Warwickshire includes visiting the city's historic sites. Kenilworth Castle is home to famous Shakespeare plays. You can also check out Stoneleigh Abbey, which has links to Jane Austen. There are plenty of opportunities for entertainment in the county, including horse racing, theatre, rugby, and a walk along the River Avon Trail. There's a wide range of dining and drinking options in the area, from fancy restaurants to cosy pubs and cosy country inns.

The town of Stratford-upon-Avon is home to the famous Shakespearean, and Middle English poets. The county's restaurants are also excellent, and there are plenty of places to enjoy a gourmet meal and relax. There's something for everyone in Warwickshire, and there's a place for everyone in the family. It's a great place to make memories with friends.

The Ettington is a luxury, 4-star hotel just two miles from Royal Leamington Spa. The city has a picturesque castle, which is an impressive setting for a hotel. The St John's Museum, the Collegiate Church of St Mary, and the Warwickshire Museum are all worthy of a visit. The historic town of Stratford-Upon-Avon is only a short drive away, while Warwick Castle is an ideal place to spend the weekend.

The city has some excellent dining options. In Kenilworth, there's the Brownsover Hall, which is a Grade II listed Victorian mansion with seven acres of private parkland. Its interiors are dramatic, with beamed ceilings, four-poster beds, and a grand fireplace. The restaurant is situated in the heart of the town and is a good option for a romantic evening.

Guests may choose to stay in a historic building. The Old Kiln House, in Stratford, has four-bedroom rooms and a wood-panelled restaurant. The restaurant serves Modern British cuisine. The Howard Arms, in Stratford, is a traditional, old inn with eight rooms. Its pub and restaurant have an imposing location on the village green. The town is an ideal location for a wedding, and the Royal Leamington Spa is a perfect backdrop.

Stratford is an important destination for tourism. It is a thriving centre for food and well-being, with a renowned artisan bakery. It is also home to The Farm, a family-run business in Stratford. The restaurant is a place to sample local food and drink and features a farm shop and a delicatessen. A country cafe is also available for guests.