Kenilworth Castle

Your search returned 60 cottages.

View on map
    • Sykes Rating
    • Sleeps4
    • Bedrooms2
    • PetsNo

    A beautifully-presented cottage attached to the owners' home, set in a tranquil, rural location near Mickleton. Family-friendly. Lovely walks close by. Mickleton 2 miles. (Ref. 29613)

    7 nights from £331

    Book Now
    • Sykes Rating
    • tripadvisor rating
    • Sleeps4
    • Bedrooms2
    • PetsNo

    Lovely detached cottage in the centre of Crick, near Rugby. Two bedrooms, multi-fuel stove, courtyard garden. Pub 1 min walk. Close to the Warwickshire border. Rugby 6 miles. (Ref. 942904)

    7 nights from £332

    Book Now
  • We don't charge Credit Card fees

    • Sykes Rating
    • tripadvisor rating
    • Sleeps7
    • Bedrooms4
    • PetsNo

    Wonderful detached cottage in the centre of the village of Pebworth. Woodburning stove, WiFi, off road parking. Quality holiday home. Ideal for a family. Stratford-upon-Avon 10 miles. (Ref. 935314)

    • 5% off - Fri 2nd Feb to 9th Feb 2018

    7 nights from £607

    Book Now
    • Sykes Rating
    • tripadvisor rating
    • Sleeps4
    • Bedrooms2
    • PetsYes

    A beautiful mid-terrace barn conversion, in the heart of Cleeve Prior, close to the Warwickshire border. WiFi, open fire, pet-friendly. Rural retreat. Great base for exploring Worcestershire and Warwickshire. Evesham 6 miles. (Ref. 935301)

    Last booked yesterday

    7 nights from £379

    Book Now
    • Sykes Rating
    • Sleeps4
    • Bedrooms2
    • PetsYes

    A modern, semi-detached barn conversion, situated in the village of Cleeve Prior in Worcestershire. Open-plan. Contemporary. Countryside. Enclosed garden. Evesham 6 miles. Broadway 10 miles. (Ref. 973913)

    Last booked yesterday

    7 nights from £372

    Book Now
    • Sykes Rating
    • Sleeps4
    • Bedrooms2
    • PetsNo

    A modern, semi-detached barn conversion, situated in the village of Cleeve Prior in Worcestershire. Open-plan. Contemporary. Countryside. Enclosed garden. Evesham 6 miles. Broadway 10 miles. (Ref. 973914)

    7 nights from £372

    Book Now
    • Sykes Rating
    • Sleeps2
    • Bedrooms1
    • PetsYes

    This is a homely, detached cottage in the village of Mickleton in Gloucestershire. Cotswolds AONB. Pub across the road. Delightful enclosed garden. (Ref. 969018)

    7 nights from £334

    Book Now
    • Sykes Rating
    • tripadvisor rating
    • Sleeps2
    • Bedrooms1
    • PetsYes

    A beautiful historic cottage, set over the first and second floors of a medieval gatehouse. Original stone fireplace, warming woodburner. Atherstone 3 miles. (Ref. 27119)

    7 nights from £383

    Book Now
    • Sykes Rating
    • tripadvisor rating
    • Sleeps4
    • Bedrooms2
    • PetsYes

    A charming cottage, set over three floors and forming the larger side of the ancient Abbey Gatehouse. Antique furniture, woodburner and exposed beams. Atherstone 3 miles. (Ref. 27120)

    7 nights from £440

    Book Now
    • Sykes Rating
    • Sleeps8
    • Bedrooms3
    • PetsYes

    Lovely, ground floor cottage in the thriving village of Brailes. Three bedrooms, en-suite bathroom. Great touring base. Shipston-on-Stour 4 miles. (Ref. 11747)

    7 nights from £404

    Book Now
View on map

Just show me cottages near Kenilworth Castle

If you're staying in Warwickshire on your next cottage holiday, be sure to visit Kenilworth Castle & Elizabethan Garden. This magnificent castle is thought to be the finest surviving example of a semi-royal palace in England, with its history dating back to the Norman invasion in the 11th century. Explore the spectacular ruins at your own leisure on a day trip to this fabulous English Heritage site. We've a handful of holiday cottages within a short drive of Kenilworth Castle, perfect for adding a dollop of history and heritage to your next Warwickshire cottage getaway.

Discover fantastic heritage on a cottage holiday near Kenilworth Castle!

At first a fortress, Kenilworth was transformed through the centuries by its various occupants. But none put such a distinctive stamp on the castle than Robert Dudley, who, in 1575, created an ornate palace out of Kenilworth to impress his eminent love interest, Queen Elizabeth I, adding private chambers for the queen including a withdrawing chamber, bedroom and her very own dancing chamber!

And Dudley didn't stop there. The hopeless romantic went on to commission the Queen's very own Elizabethan gardens which, after 400 years of neglect, have been reopened in the grounds of Kenilworth Castle for the public to enjoy. Stride amongst the obelisks and spheres dotted throughout the gardens, and spend a soothing moment in one of the garden's perfumed arbours, taking in the fine views of the deer park below.

When you've uncovered the trove of history within the ruins of the castle, take the fifteen minute wall walk where youngsters can burn off some energy. Or, pack a lunch and head to one of the site's numerous picnicking spots; Kenilworth Castle is the ideal place for an open-air feast amid exquisite pastoral surroundings.

Opening times for Kenilworth Castle

There really is a lot to see and do at Kenilworth Castle, making it a must see attraction for those spending a cottage holiday in the Warwickshire. The site is open 7 days a week between 10am-5pm, so be sure to find the time during your holiday to visit the astonishing Kenilworth Castle.