Best Value Midweek Stays at Warwick Castle

MIDWEEK BREAKS

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Shake up your routine and escape the weekend rush with a midweek break at Warwick Castle.

Explore Warwick Castle during the quieter seasons, whilst still getting the chance to enjoy amazing attractions, such as The Castle Dungeon*. Get the full medieval experience with a stay over in a Woodland Lodge or Tower Suite and wake up feeling recharged ready for another day of creating epic memories!


Short breaks include:

  • An overnight stay
  • One-day Castle tickets
  • Spectacular daily live-action shows and spellbinding attractions
  • A delicious breakfast

Extras when you stay at Warwick Castle:

  • Complimentary car parking
  • Immersive dining experience (extra charge)
  • PRESCHOOL BREAKS

    Little ones will love uncovering history in The Horrible Histories® Maze, visiting the beautiful Princess Felice in her tower or watching the stunning peacocks roam the gardens.

    A midweek break is a perfect chance to relax and recharge with your family — book yours today!

  • HISTORIC BREAKS

    Take a tour around the magnificent castle, enjoy a leisurely stroll around the picturesque gardens or, if you're feeling brave, you can enter The Castle Dungeon* where you'll be taken back to Warwick's most perilous past.

    Reconnect with your loved ones on a midweek break at Warwick Castle.

  • KNIGHTS VILLAGE LODGES

    Enjoy a sleepover in your very own themed Knight's Village Lodge, set in a picturesque woodland grove near the river bank.

  • TOWER SUITES

    If you're looking for something with an extra touch of royalty, then the Tower Suites are the perfect option, with their private floor in Caeser's Tower. Stays in a Suite come with complimentary champagne and a private tour of the castle!

Terms and conditions apply.

*Admission to the Castle Dungeon is an additional charge.

Entertainment in the Knights Village is subject to availability and is dependent on total occupancy.