Your Guide To Kenilworth
Kenilworth - A Warwickshire Gem
"Kenilworth is a pleasant market town of approximately 25,000 inhabitants, with several outstanding primary schools and excellent secondary education at Kenilworth School and Sports College. The town is ideally situated for commuters to Coventry, Birmingham and even London and is just a couple of miles from the University of Warwick."
"The impressive ruins of 10th century Kenilworth castle lie at the heart of the town and host regular community activities and summer arts performances. Also in the centre of Kenilworth is the vast parkland area of Abbey Fields (68 acres) with excellent walking, recently refurbished swimming baths with indoor and outdoor pools, tennis courts and a children's play area."
"Kenilworth is an upmarket, family orientated town with good local shopping, including Waitrose supermarket, and a safe community atmosphere. Whilst traditionally a quiet town, the centre now has several excellent restaurants and bars attracting a clientele from the wider surrounding area."
"My mum was raised in Warwick and having grown up in Leamington, and living in Kenilworth for many years I’ve seen tremendous positive changes to all of these towns. Very social and with superb shopping, pubs, eateries and open spaces, each of these towns offer quality and their own individual characters. They are simply easy to live in with everything that could be needed right upon your doorstep."
"A Golden Triangle of towns, Kenilworth, Warwick and Leamington have prospered even when other parts of the Country have suffered in leaner times. Situated almost dead centre to the middle of England, motorway access to both the South and the North was made even easier with the building of the A46, M40 and their proximity to the Midlands motorway network."