Moorlands Avenue, Kenilworth, Warwickshire
Kenilworth : Kenilworth is famous for its castle and saw many famous visitors especially in the sixteenth century when Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, turned the castle into a comfortable Tudor mansion. It was begun in the twelth century when Geoffrey de Clinton was granted lands by Henry I to built the castle and abbey and was once surrounded by a huge lake. Today the Earl of Leicester's apartments, his more convenient gatehouse, and stables still survive.
Kenilworth is an attractive town about four miles from Warwick. In the old town around Bridge Street and High Street are many fine listed buildings and a collection of craft and gift shops known as Bank Gallery. The beautiful parish church of St Nicholas looks out over the sixty-eight acres of Abbey Fields. In and around Kenilworth Clock is a wide variety of shops and the Talisman Square pedestrian shopping precinct where the thursday market is held.
: Rosemary Court was built by Wimpey Retirement Homes in 1991 and consists of 28 apartments in a single building close to shops.
: These include a resident manager and emergency alarm service, a day room with conservatory, residents lounge and guest suite. There is limited parking within the development. Local shops are nearby and there is a bus stop in Warwick Road with regular services to Coventry.
Kenilworth is about four miles from Warwick and nearly the same distance from Leamington Spa. The M40 motorway south of Warwick is about seven miles.
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