Charles Church


A new home in Kenilworth puts you in just the right place for Coventry and Birmingham too. Kenilworth is within easy commuting distance of both these key Midlands cities, as well as having the green space of the unspoilt Warwickshire countryside on hand. It’s an ideal location for making the most of both sides of life.

Kenilworth is a historic town, the famous keeper of the castle, but there’s much more besides. As well as the independent shops, cafés and restaurants that bring plenty of visitors to the town, there are supermarkets, schools, leisure and sports venues. This balance of amenities makes Kenilworth a convenient place for family life and a great place to call home.

The A46, Warwick Bypass serves the town well. It’s a major route right across central England, from Tewkesbury to Coventry, connecting the M5 with the M6, which in turn links with the M1. Birmingham International Airport is just 11 miles away, a real bonus for a holiday getaway.

Living in Kenilworth

Going to town

Kenilworth is a conveniently compact town, so you’ll find most of its amenities within very easy reach. The castle and the Abbey Fields are its highlights, but this is a town with plenty of green space to relax in, including Kenilworth Common and Crackley Woods. The Talisman Shopping Centre is at the heart of the town and there are loads of independent shops and places to eat, from boutiques to artisan bakeries. What a great hometown.

Going to work

Kenilworth’s central location comes with transport links to match. The A46 takes you up to Coventry where it links with the A45 into Birmingham. It’s easy to get to the M40 for links to both the M5 and the M6, so whether you’re heading southeast for Oxford and London, southwest for Gloucester and Bristol, or northwest to Manchester and Liverpool, you’re in a great location.

Going to school

Kenilworth School and Sixth Form, also referred to as Kenilworth School and Sports College, is the town’s co-educational secondary school. It offers plenty of out-of-school activities and is a real asset to the community. For younger children, there’s a great choice of infant, primary and junior schools across the town.