Lord Leycester Hospital

In 1571 Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester (Leycester), founded a home for those wounded in the service of the Queen, and her successors, and this use continues to the present day.

Lord Leycester Hospital Details

Address: 60 High Street, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV34 4BH


Telephone: +44 (0)1926 491422

Website: lordleycester.com


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About Lord Leycester Hospital

In 1571 Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester (Leycester), founded a home for those wounded in the service of the Queen, and her successors, and this use continues to the present day. The magnificent black & white Elizabethan style timbered buildings, galleried and richly gabled, were formerly used by the town guild. The buildings include the 12th century St James Chapel, the 14th century Guildhall and the magnificient medieval oak roofed Great Hall, where Fulke Greville once entertained James I to a grand feast. Many TV and film productions have used this beautiful building as a location including the recent David Dimbleby series How We Built Britain. There is also an excellent Tea Room (Brethrens Kitchen).

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Warwick Chamber of Trade, The Court House,

Jury Street, Warwick, England, CV34 4EW

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