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Audley Binswood

Situated in the heart of Leamington Spa, Audley Binswood luxury retirement village offers exquisite facilities for its lucky residents. The village is more like a luxury development than a retirement home.

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Binswood Hall. History.

First opened in 1847 Binswood Hall was designed by local architect Daniel Squirhill. Intended specifically for the purpose of being a school, Squirhill was briefed to design a building reminiscent of the great Oxford colleges. It has also been said that the intricate brickwork was inspired by Hampton Court.

Throughout its history Binswood Hall has been through a number of transitions with extensions and facilities being added to it to improve its educational offering to the community. However, after many years of service the educational requirements of the town outgrew Binswood Hall and a purpose built facility was designed and constructed on the site of the current North Leamington College. Consequently, a once vibrant building was left empty and unused. Audley acquired the site in 2011 and embarked on an ambitious project to bring the building back to life and re-introduce it to the community as a retirement village. In May 2014 Binswood Hall re-opened its doors as a premier retirement destination in the beautiful county of Warwickshire.

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Leamington Spa

Today South Warwickshire is a very cultural and vibrant place to live. Staying in Leamington Spa allows you to explore the local Royal Pump Rooms and thriving Regency town centre, or travel just a short distance to Stratford-Upon-Avon with its rich Shakespearian history, or to Warwick with its majestic castle. There is plenty to do nearby - why not try Red Road Nursery for a 'pick your own' day out enjoying the scenery and the local produce?

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The Jephson Gardens

The Jephson Gardens, first laid out in 1831, are formal gardens spanning 14.6 acres and are one of Leamington Spa’s most popular tourist attractions. The beautiful Victorian park is the perfect place for a picnic or simply a walk round the gardens and sculptures.

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St Nicholas' Park

St. Nicholas' Park is a park is situated in the centre of Warwick, England. It is a beautiful setting, and is perfect for a walk. Amongst other facilities the Park offers boating and mini golf.

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Warwick Castle

A stately mansion and famous Medieval castle surrounded by gardens, lawns and woodland.

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Kenilworth Castle

Kenilworth Castle is one of England’s most magnificent castles. First built in the 1120s and a royal castle for most of its history, it wasn’t until 1563 when Queen Elizabeth I granted it to Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, who converted the castle into a palace.

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Baddesley Clinton

Baddesley Clinton was the home of the Ferrers family for 500 years.

Built mostly by Henry Ferrers in the late 1500s, this house used to be a sanctuary for the Ferrers family and many persecuted Catholics who were hidden here from priest hunters.

Driving distance - 25 minutes from Binswood Hall.

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Walton Hall, Warwickshire

Walton Hall is a 16th-century country mansion at Walton, Warwickshire.

This magnificent building was once owned by Lord Field and Danny La Rue and transformed into an Accor Hotel. It is a Grade II* listed building.

Image: Walton Hall Warks by Bs0u10e01, licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0.

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Bicester Village

Bicester Village is a luxury outlet shopping centre attracting visitors from across the UK and further afield to shop its stores with savings of up to 60% off.