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Self-catering accommodation in Leamington Spa student rooms

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  • Convenient and affordable self catering accommodation, close to the fashionable and bustling town centre.
  • Modern, well-equipped, conveniently located accommodation at great prices!
  • Free on-site car parking
  • Free broadband (wifi access)

Leamington Spa UniversityRooms reviews

4.4 / 5.0

Based on 4 reviews
Service 4.5
Rooms 4.0
Food 0.0
Value 4.5
Overall Experience 4.3

We would certainly use these facilities again.We found the proximity and access to the bowling greens perfect(we were taking part in the nat bowls championships).We have recommended these facilities to other bowlers for future reference/
Mrs Karen C

One suggestion I would like to make is to minimise time on booking a place. Currently it is 48 hours notice to book a room via SpeedyBooker. Due to this issue I am sure you are loosing out specially during annual National Championships during August till mid September.
Mrs Sharmishta P

The place is nice. Everything is clean and well organized.
Mr Josef Henri L


Leamington Spa Visitor information



Boasting an impressive array of entertainment venues, a rich choice of restaurants and some of the country’s best spas and salons, find Royal Leamington Spa is one of the most appealing towns in the UK.
Leamington Spa boasts dramatic Regency architecture, delightful parks and gardens and a unique mix of top quality shopping, with a fantastic range of independents alongside high street brands.
Wide boulevards, Georgian and Edwardian architecture and  award-winning parks provide a stunning backdrop to this shopping paradise. Often described as ‘the best bits of London, all in a ten-minute walk’, Leamington town centre combines independent, specialist boutiques with all the national chains you would expect to find in a large city.
Some of the highlights of Leamington include visits to its award-winning Jephson Gardens, the Art Gallery & Museum and the Royal Pump Rooms which originally contained the finest spa baths and assembly rooms - now a centre for culture and tourism. The towns’ cafes, bars and restaurants are rightly held in high regard, with all tastes and budgets catered for.


Getting there:

By Car:
Leave the M40 at junction 15 and take the A429 to Warwick on Stratford Road continue through Warwick and join the A445 to Leamington Spa.  Then take the B4099 onto Warwick New Road, keeping right at the next roundabout continuing on Warwick New Road and Warwickshire College main entrance is on your right, during reception hours follow the signs for reception, outside of these hours please phone the duty warden.
By Train: Change at Coventry Station to Leamington Spa. 
Leave the main entrance and take a right west down Old Warwick Road towards Morrison’s.  At the roundabout take a right onto Princess Drive A452, follow this road until you reach the next roundabout and turn right onto Warwick New Road. Take a right at the next roundabout continuing on Warwick New Road and Warwickshire College main entrance is on your right, during reception hours follow the signs for reception, outside of these hours please phone the duty warden. This is a 20-25-minute walk.
By Air:
By car from Birmingham Airport, take the M42 South and then the M40 towards Warwick, leave at Junction 15 and follow by car directions.



Leamington Spa History

The town of Leamington Spa, was a tiny village until about 1800. The value of the mineral springs was known in the middle ages, but it was not until 1784 that the small village began rediscovering its saline springs and started building baths around some of them.
In the period just prior to 1810 it had become obvious that the town’s existing Bath Houses could not cope with the ever increasing number of visitors. Plans were made to build a bathing establishment on a scale surpassing anything yet attempted. A syndicate was formed to provide the necessary funds.
A company was formed to buy the land on the west side of the Parade for building purposes. This was the start of the ‘new town’ and it was hoped the new baths could be erected in this area. However, attempts to discover a reliable source of saline water in this vicinity were unsuccessful. Eventually in 1810 a spring was discovered on land owned by Mr Greatheed – a member of the syndicate – on the north side of the river, but only a stones-throw away from the old town.

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