Bag one of Warwick Castle’s new Tower Suites


If you’ve always wanted a night in a fairytale castle, you could be about to get your happily-ever-after moment – Warwick Castle has launched two themed Tower Suites in a 14th century Tower.

The Peacock and Rose suites in Caesar’s Tower have bespoke furniture and have been themed in a Victorian style with four-poster beds and modern en suite bathrooms. They cost £600 per night including breakfast, a private castle tour and two days access to castle attractions.


The castle’s Geoff Spooner said: “Waking up  in a hand-carved four-poster bed in a private Tower Suite is no longer a fairytale: we’re making our guests’ dreams come true while remaining faithful to the heritage of the castle by ensuring the Suites are furnished with bespoke crafted items that resonate with their fully-restored surroundings. Spending the night in a Tower Suite will be a magical experience, memorable for years to come.”

The castle has provided a home for the like of Anne Neville, the wife of Richard III, and the Earls of Warwick in the past, while Henry V, Elizabeth I and Queen Victoria have all visited.


The rooms that have been restored to become the Tower Suites housed Edward IV during his enforced stay at the Castle in 1469, part of a plot by Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick to rule England. Most recently HRH The Prince of Wales visited the Castle in June 2014 to mark its 1,100th anniversary and enjoy Afternoon Tea in The State Dining Room.

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