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Buckland Lodge Hotel
35 Avenue Road
Leamington Spa
Warwickshire

CV31 3PG | View map

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Conveniently located close to the town centre and a short walk away from the rail and bus stations, this tastefully converted detached Victorian villa is situated on a tree-lined avenue. Originally built in 1846 and established as a hotel in 1977 by the Chandler family, this welcoming residence provides comfortable accommodation in a convenient and easily accessible location. Situated less than 3 miles from the M40, Buckland Lodge provides an ideal base from which to explore the Midlands, with Warwick, Kenilworth and the city of Coventry all a short drive away. Leamington Spa itself has much to offer, and its parks, gardens and town centre are all within walking distance from the guest house.

All of the rooms at the guest house are en suite and are equipped with standard facilities. Each morning the guest house provides a full English breakfast, while evening meals are available on request.

Facilities

Local Car Hire
Book Train Tickets
Travel by Coach
Parking
Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service
Open All Year
TV in Rooms
Night Porter

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