Hadn't visited Kenilworth for several years and decided to make the trip this weekend in the pleasant spring weather. We took the free audio guides which bridge the gap nicely between the interpretation boards and I think are a must if you want to learn more about the history. In particular, the description of the kitchens and great hall very vividly depicted life at the castle. An awful lot to walk around and take your time exploring, including the recently renovated Elizabethan garden which was lovely. We arrived around 11am and were still there at gone 3pm. We enjoyed the tea room/stable block and had a soup and afternoon tea which consisted of a large scone and cup of tea for £3.95, soup with bread for a similar price which seemed perfectly reasonable. There is space to enjoy a picnic in the grounds too. Praise must go to the staff in the shop who obviously enjoy their jobs and take great pride in their work. An excellent day out.
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