Kenilworth Castle has a pretty rich history. The first mention of a stone fortress erected on this site dates back to the eleventh century. Construction of the castle as it has survived to this day began in the twelfth century. Kenilworth's masters at different times have been known as monarchs. For a long time the castle was considered one of the most luxurious in the whole country. In the twentieth century, the castle was transferred to the ownership of the city, and today this place can be visited by anyone.
Lunch of the final day of our journey will be held in the atmosphere of an old pub. In good weather you can sit on the open terrace surrounded by a garden, and, if the weather is cool, enjoy the comfort of the interior, decorated with solid wooden beams. The menu offers a very wide choice of dishes and even the most discerning gourmets will find something to taste. Do not deny yourself the pleasure to try the local cheese, as well as meat platter.
Baicester is interesting not only for its charming provincial architecture, but also for the fact that it is a fairly large shopping center. Enjoy shopping, fragrant coffee and ice cream, and don't forget to buy gifts for your loved ones.
The end of tonight's evening you will be in London, immersed in the city's usual rhythm of life, and the final point of our journey will be a dinner at the gastropub The Three Oaks. The dishes that are being prepared here can be safely attributed to the high cuisine, just come and see for yourself!