Dec 26, 2017 | theedwardhotel |
Exuding grandeur and authority, palaces and castles in England have always been a sight to behold. While you may content yourself with a view and a photo of their elaborate exteriors, entering the structures and seeing the equally breathtaking interiors can make your trip more memorable. Don't let the idea of extensive travel time stop you from visiting these sites. Also Check Out: Hotels Near Paddington London With The Edward Hotel Paddington as your temporary London residence, you can depend on the easily accessible transportation systems to get to the best palaces and castles which include: Blenheim Palace This palace is best known for its jaw-dropping sizefrom its front yard to the actual building itselfand for being a home to the young Winston Churchill. Plus, it only takes a 20-minute bus ride from Oxford to get there as it is very accessible from numerous hotels near Paddington London. With a ticket worth 24.90, you can enter the historical site from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm on any day. Also Check Out: Budget Hotels Near Paddington Station Uk Hampton Court Five-century old Hampton Court is worth the visit for its great architectural design and location: It's exactly in London! Opening hours are from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm every day. Except on winter season, ticket is worth 19.80. Ticket costs 17.10 during winter. Also Check Out: Cheap Hotels Paddington Warwick Castle If you are going on a London trip with kids, the Warwick Castle is one of the best places you can visit with all its kid-oriented amenities. At nearly a thousand years old, it's definitely among the oldest and well-maintained medieval castles out there. Except on Christmas Day, it is open daily from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Tickets, priced at 18.50 each, are best bought at least 5 days prior your trip. Also Check Out: Hotel Edward Paddington London Windsor Castle Just like the Warwick Castle, the Windsor Castle is also one of the oldest. It's well-known for being among the royal residences of the queen. With a ticket of 20.00, you can enter the castle and enjoy the sights from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm on any day. Dover Castle Built during the medieval times, Dover Castle is a must-see for its tunnels, lighthouse, military museum, underground compound among others. Ticket costs 18.30. It's open from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm every day. Check Out: Best Hotels Near Paddington Station The Royal Pavilion West meets East in Royal Pavilion's exterior design. Located in Brighton, the lovely castle was originally built around the early 1800s for George IV when he was still a prince regent. You can visit it on any day, from 10:00 am to 5:15 pm, after getting a 12.30-worth ticket. Gone are the days when former and existing royal residences were only for the royalties and dignitaries. These day, you can see them up close and feel like a royal for a few hours. The best part is, these castles are accessible from many budget hotels near Paddington Station UK.