cwhomes Local Area Guides


A thriving and multicultural city with some 300,000 residents, Coventry has something to offer everyone from the history of Lady Godiva to the facilities at the city’s new multi-million pound Leisure Arena.

Coventry Guide »

The Whittle Arch outside the Transport Museum, Coventry

Leamington Spa

Leamington Spa came to prominence in the early 19th century due to the reputed healing properties of its Spa Waters and the popular Royal Pump Rooms, which have recently been refurbished.

Leamington Guide »

The Pump Rooms, Royal Leamington Spa


Kenilworth grew around the town’s majestic castle, which brought wealth and employment to a previously tiny Warwickshire hamlet. Today it is an attractive town home to around 25,000.

Kenilworth Guide »

Kenilworth Castle


Warwick, the county town of Warwickshire is famed for its historic architecture. It is steeped in history and its stunning castle and architecture continue to attract tourist from around the globe.

Warwick Guide »

Warwick Castle


The birthplace of author George Eliot, Nuneaton has seen a programme of recent investment that culminated in the opening of the new Rope Walk shopping centre in summer 2005.

Nuneaton Guide »

The new fountain in Nuneaton


Bedworth lies north of Coventry and just south of Nuneaton. Nowadays Bedworth is an attractive, vibrant and growing market town which is home to a population of around 42,000.

Bedworth Guide »

The Nicholas Chamberlaine Almshouses

Stratford upon Avon

This picturesque tourist town offers Elizabethan streets, elegant buildings, and sites of interest at every corner to entertain both the locals and the areas two million annual visitors.

Stratford Guide »

Old houses in Stratford upon Avon

Balsall Common

The attractive and highly sought after village of Balsall Common is home to a population of almost 12,000 and is surrounded by countryside and a network of charming outlying villages.

Balsall Common Guide »

Balsall Common


The pretty market town of Southam lies on the River Stowe and, due to its size and history, is often regarded as the younger sister of nearby Royal Leamington Spa and Warwick.

Southam Guide »

Market Hill in the centre of Southam


The large village of Wellesbourne is located in south Warwickshire around five miles from Stratford-upon-Avon and seven miles from Warwick and Leamington Spa.

Wellesbourne Guide »

St. Peters Church, Wellesbourne


Rugby is a lively market town in the county of Warwickshire in central England on the River Avon. Rugby is of course most famous for the invention of Rugby football.

Rugby Guide »

Rugby School