Warwick Castle Knight's Village
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Warwick Castle Knight's Village

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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 parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Entertainment staff
Evening entertainment
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Banquet room
Gift shop
Paid public parking nearby
Wifi
Bar / lounge
Restaurant
Breakfast buffet
Kid-friendly buffet
Kids' meals
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor furniture
Picnic area
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Flatscreen TV
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43 Stratford Road, Warwick CV34 6AH England
Getting there
Somewhat walkable
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Lolatoldme wrote a review Jul 2020
London, United Kingdom478 contributions121 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Our stay at the knights village was brilliant, the room was cosy, clean and had everything we needed. Staff are just amazing, really welcoming, kind and friendly. Went out of their way to help you.

The management have organised an excellent Covid response which was reflected throughout the castle, grounds and lodges we stayed in, with 1 way system in place, 2m stickers and sanitising stations everywhere with reminders to sanitise etc. Limited people allowed in shops/inside spaces.

Live entertainment for 1 hour in evening 6-7pm alone was worth the price of staying here overnight. The “knights” were amazing and activities they laid on were fantastic. My 4 year old son was mesmerised being one of the youngest there and enjoyed every minute!

WiFi excellent throughout the place

Downside was having a shower only and not bath, bit challenging to was a small child under a 10ft shower, but it worked out fine. Can’t understand why they didn’t fit baths as there is enough space 🤷🏻‍♀️

I do feel the rooms should be a little more child friendly as their prime market is families with young children. A small step to reach the hand basin maybe?

Other than this, I cannot fault it. We will be back!!
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Chris Richards wrote a review Aug 2020
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We visited a week after they reopened and cannot fault them in anyway. There were hand gel station points all over the park and social distancing was adhered to by the very helpful and friendly members of staff all over the park. The Falconers Quest show was so awesome that my son wanted to see it twice on our first day! The accommodation in the Knights village was very comfortable, clean and quiet, we took the takeaway option for our food and was good value for money and ready on time.
In the evening a couple of Knights turned up to do some drill training routines with the kids which they really enjoyed.
Overall we had a lovely relaxing couple of days at the castle and would definitely recommend to others and revisit ourselves.
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Date of stay: August 2020
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5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Response from Liam Bartlett, General Manager at Warwick Castle Knight's Village
Responded 17 Nov 2020
Thank you for such a lovely review! We're so glad to hear that our staff were helpful and friendly and that our safety measures were adequate. It's wonderful to hear that all of the entertainment was so well received and that the food and the accommodation were so good! We hope to see you again soon!
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Rallygirl47 wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom29 contributions31 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Overall this was good quality accommodation with castle tickets included.
Shower was hot , room was chilly on arrival but soon warmed up with a flick of the thermostat.
Nicely decorated with towels and tea and coffee facilities , very nice set in the grounds very peaceful and we overooked the trees and river. Bed was okay but not the best night sleep owing to with every movement the bed would squeak and move about so a minor tweak with an Allan key required as general maintenance.
Breakfast was hot but not over plentiful in hot items choice but it was fine and well cooked with the staff both chef and waitress friendly.
We did not have an evening meal here but the menu seemed to accommodate for most tastes.
Reception staff friendly and helpful.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Response from Warwick_Manager, Guest Relations Manager at Warwick Castle Knight's Village
Responded 28 Feb 2020
Hello @Rallygirl47, Thank you for leaving a review of your recent stay at Knight's Village. We're happy to hear that all our staff were friendly and helpful during your encounters with them and that you appreciated all the additional accessories in your lodging. We hope that you managed to speak with a member of our team about the bed being noisy so that we might rectify the issue for future visitors. We look forward to your next stayover and wish you the best!
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nikki024 wrote a review Aug 2020
wigan85 contributions67 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Went for a 1 night stay in Lodge. The lodge was excellent, clean, cosy, tea & coffee, TV, towels (some dirty bed sheets but that was not needded at the time). Smooth helpful check in.

Castle was good but some parts not open (due to social distancing rules) but that is not clear till you get there. Lots of handgel,well organised bird show. Not sure that there is enough in the castle for 2 days but you're not under pressure to see everything. Archer display was a bit drawn out. £5 per go to try archery was also a little steep. We expected more shows or character walk abouts to make up for what was not on to be honest.

Knights village was good, clean, spacious but again we expected more activities for children or families (especially given the price) There was knight school that lasted 30 mins, and a meet a Knight which was minutes.

Evening meal was not great. Poor service, warm beer, staff that openly said they didn't know anything, dishes had ran out 1 hour into it opening, food was tepid, options were basic, small portions. Again given what we had paid we expected more.

Breakfast was excellent. Great service, organised, plentiful, polite staff.

Wouldn't go again as we don't feel the need to but would recommend for young children but check what is open in the castle and maybe look at utilising anything else in the area?
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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CT78 wrote a review Jul 2020
17 contributions2 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at the knights village in a woodland lodge and had two days entry into the castle.

The lodge was small but had everything that we needed and the theming was a nice touch and we had a lovely view of the river.

The reason for 4 stars instead of 5 is the bed, it was so uncomfortable and squeaky that every little move woke the other person up. We had a terrible sleep and left at lunchtime the following day as we were so tired (lodge 121).

Our first day was a Sunday and the queue to get into the castle was quite long. The priority entrance gate from Knights Village wasn’t available during our stay so it would have been nice to have had a queue jump instead to allow us quicker entry.

Our first day was fantastic, we had lots of fun exploring the castle and the grounds.
The Falconers Quest show is amazing and the guys doing the archery are really friendly.

The chap who was dressed as an Earl was really funny and my 7 year old son loved him.

The evening entertainment at the Knights Village was brilliant. My son loved knight school and also enjoyed finding the shields for the treasure hunt. Sir Philip and Sir James were absolutely fantastic and really engaged with the kids.

We used the takeaway service that evening which was ok, the food was luke warm and the onion rings were chewy but it was edible. Breakfast the next morning was good, the staff were really friendly and attentive.

The Covid response is great with lots of hand sanitizer stations, one way systems etc
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Kelly D wrote a review Jul 2021
3 contributions7 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Currently sat in one of the Knights Lodges after one of the rainiest days in a very long time. Obviously the staff at the castle can’t help the weather but with the shows being cancelled due to the torrential rain and water logged ground, not being able to check into our room until 4pm meant a horribly uncomfortable day and miserable children (and parents!). There is only a small cafe so you had to queue to get in and then wait for a table whilst your food went cold. It was complete chaos with numerous families trying to get a table at the same time with no help or order from the staff. We have a child with diabetes and coeliac disease so had phoned ahead of our visit to check what options we would have for him and were assured he would be catered for - the only gluten free food was a slice of coffee flavoured cake. A fantastic lunch for a 6 year old! The lodge itself is lovely, very well equipped with a great bathroom - the shower was heaven after spending hours in the wet and cold! We thought at least we have a nice meal tonight to look forward to but how wrong we were. At arriving at the restaurant a card machine was thrust at me before we had even been seated or had any sight of food. We then sat at a sticky table and had to eat from a lukewarm buffet. The food was cross contaminated (think baked beans dropped in with the cauliflower cheese, that kind of thing) and of course this meant the gluten free food was contaminated with gluten!! The menu we were sent ahead of our stay simply didn’t exist so we had a very upset 6 year old who was unable to eat pudding with his siblings due to the gluten free options we were promised, not being on offer. The food at best was like being back in a school dinner hall.
So to sum it up the actual accommodation is lovely, the food is appalling and god help you if you stay when the weather is bad! Avoid at all costs if you or a family member have any kind of dietary requirements!
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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Jay W wrote a review Jul 2020
2 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
The complex of lodges were set out lovely, it was great to see staff taking the correct measures to insure minimal risk of infection at current time. The lodge was great, fantastic area to sit out the front and enjoy the area. Bathroom was very nice as well. The mattress was hard for my liking but suited my partner well. The meal we had Dinner/breakfast was great and couldn’t really fault it.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Liam Bartlett, General Manager at Warwick Castle Knight's Village
Responded 7 Sept 2020
Hello @U1508MLjayw, Thank you for leaving a review of your overnight stay at the Knight's Village! We are thrilled to hear you enjoyed your visit and found that all the meals and facilities met or exceeded what you were expecting! We do our best to ensure that our Covid measures inhibit our guests the least amount possible, whilst still being effective and continuously used for everyone's safety! We are pleased to hear that our staff have been performing exceptionally well and applying these measures in their stride.
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nicolanoycewilliams wrote a review Sept 2020
Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom260 contributions62 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
I’ve been to Legoland. It was amazing to stay overnight. Everything was perfect and the kids were spoilt. I expected the same but didn’t get it.
Perhaps my expectations were too high. The rooms are themed and cool but not practical. There’s no towel rail in the bathroom near the sink, the soak skids around the basin and falls into the bowl and you have to perform a tricky yoga stretch to reach the loo roll positioned directly behind you in the bathroom. The beds creaked as if truly medieval!
There was tea and coffee in the room but no where to sit but your bed or outside.
I really thought there’d be something in the rooms for the children to remember their visit. At Legoland there’s a plethora of treats but there was absolutely nothing. We did the treasure trail which was difficult and a very tricky work for a dyslexic child to spell and earned a pop badge but for the money I was expecting more.
My main issue is the parking and walk to the castle. Overnight guests can stay for free in bays 8,9 and 10. They’re near the accommodation but the furthest from the castle. This is a good fifteen minute uphill walk. We did it with a child who struggles with coordination and a picnic backpack. Twice. In the rain. That’s without the walk back at the end of the day. I imagine there would normally be a different way in but in our new normal they couldn’t staff it? For the cost of the room I think they should have tried.
The breakfast was good and service exceptional. Some issues with the buffet meant our very expensive dinner was now a very limited set menu. The food was excellent but we’re trying to resolve an issue with the drinks and can’t get hold of anyone there.
Reception was unmanned at occasion which makes resolving issues and claiming prizes difficult.
The knights show was almost exactly the same script as the one at the castle except the kids get loaned swords. It would be nice if it was more different. Perhaps some knightly bed time stories would be a nice touch.

We wouldn’t hurry back but enjoyed the experience. Although we’re still trying to sort out why we’ve been charged £40 for 6 drinks at dinner!
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Gibbon78 wrote a review Aug 2020
Chelmsford, United Kingdom27 contributions31 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We have just returned from our postponed trip to celebrate my sons birthday due to the pandemic. Both my children aged 6 and 8 loved it. The room was good, it was clean enough but didn’t feel like it had had an enhanced clean. It’s the little extras that really made this trip - the treasure hunt with a great prize, the knights training, meeting a knight and watching a duel that really made it. I believe in the past there was a special entrance to the castle if you stayed here but this isn’t available as you have to have your temperature checked on entry. Surely they could have stretched to an extra thermometer so this was still possible?! Breakfast was a sort of buffet. You could choose from a range of cereals and take a jug of milk and there were cooked items which were served to you at the stand. The times had been adjusted because of the current situation and yet our table really wasn’t that clean and there were still crumbs on all the chairs. The staff weren’t that attentive, they took your drinks order and brought toast but then you had to try and find someone to get refills or most toast. Before I arrived, I enquired if all the items advertised in the takeaway box were available in the restaurant and were told they were but this is not the case - there is no fruit or pastries for the continental option only cereal and toast! It was a good experience for the price I paid but I also have to say if I had paid the price advertised for this weekend then I think it is very poor value for money as it isn’t worth over £400 for a night but if you can get a more reasonable rate then it is worth it.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Liam Bartlett, General Manager at Warwick Castle Knight's Village
Responded 5 Aug 2020
Hello @Gibbon78, Thank you for taking the time to write a review for the Knight's Village. We are happy to hear that you had a nice trip to Warwick Castle, but did encounter a few issues that stopped it being a 5 star stay. Sadly, the priority entrance cannot be accessed as all guests must enter site through the same entrance for regulated temperature checks. Furthermore, we require guests to enter site through our main entrance as security are stationed there and perform routine searches and checks. I was a tad surprised to hear that fruit and pastries were not available at the continental breakfast. We're sorry to hear you felt the cleaning could have been performed at a high level, but would like to assure you that your feedback has been passed on. We look forward to your next visit.
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Sam T wrote a review Oct 2020
Leicester, United Kingdom31 contributions37 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We had a lovely stay in the Knights Lodge combined with two excellent days at Warwick Castle. The lodges were warm and well equipped with facilities as you would find in a hotel. Lots of nice touches like shields and weapons securely fastened to the walls to enhance the experience. Paths were well lit but a little slippy when wet. Great entertainment for the children including a treasure hunt, meet and greet with a knight and a sword fighting school all included in the cost. Dinner in the medieval hall was basic, smallish portions but tasty. Breakfast was filling and tasted good. A great half term treat!
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Hollie H asked a question Jan 2024
Market Harborough, United Kingdom35 contributions13 helpful votes
In the Knights lodge for 7 guests are there two double rooms? Thanks in advance
av asked a question Jan 2024
Worcester, United Kingdom3 contributions
Do any of the accommodations have a bath rather than a shower?
Answer from Warwick_Manager
Warwick, United Kingdom
Hello there, unfortunately there are no baths but I can confirm all lodges are fitted with spacious walk-in showers.
Answer from steven r
98 contributions8 helpful votes
If they like medieval history theres something for all ages in the castle and grounds......I’ll certainly e going again and staying there
Kenneth H asked a question Dec 2021
Are dogs allowed
Answer from Kathey
Coventry, United Kingdom1 contribution1 helpful vote
I don’t believe they are, there were no animals around when we stayed
Matthew M wrote a tip 11 Jun
1 contribution
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Rooms fantastic kids loved it grounds fantastic staff awesome restaurant sucks overpriced and very limited avoid at all costs "
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RossJ83 wrote a tip 11 Jun
London, United Kingdom513 contributions113 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Book the restaurant for dinner and breakfast ahead via the website to make sure you get the time you want"
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Jenkos1980 wrote a tip May 2024
7 contributions9 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Avoid the evening meal"
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Jane T wrote a tip May 2024
Blackpool, United Kingdom6 contributions7 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Bring camping chairs to sit on as there are only beds in the lodge and an uncomfortable wooden stool. Prepare for no fridge."
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Jackie B wrote a tip Apr 2024
6 contributions2 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Bring toilet seat/step for little ones"
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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 Warwick Castle (0.3 miles), The Mill Garden (0.5 miles), and The Lord Leycester (0.4 miles).
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 La Mesa, Tasca Dali, and The Tilted Wig.
Is Warwick Castle Knight's Village located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.5 miles away from the centre of Warwick.
Are there any historical sites close to Warwick Castle Knight's Village?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Warwick Castle (0.3 miles), Collegiate Church of St Mary's (0.5 miles), and National Trust Charlecote Park (4.9 miles).
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.
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