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Tel code: 01926 | code search
Postcode: CV47 | code search
Population: 6500
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The town of Southam in Warwickshire is to the south of Coventry on the road between Daventry and Leamington Spa and such is the historic value of the town centre that it is a Conservation Area. Because of its unique location the town of Southam became a popular coaching stop and market town for travellers. The church, St James’ Church, was founded in 1294 and boasts a broach spire whilst the town had acquired its market status in 1227 and regular markets are still held here today. During the Civil War the village of Southam was the scene of a skirmish when in 1642 the town was surrounded by some 13,000 troops. Today the town of Southam is still surrounded by farm land and countryside, it is a vibrant community attracting many visitors from the nearby villages to its wide range of local stores, bars and restaurants. It is easy to appreciate the attraction of this town, Coventry, Rugby, Banbury and Kenilworth are all easily accessible by car whilst Birmingham, Solihull and Oxford are equally accessible from the M40 and yet, for the residents, once here in Southam the calm and tranquillity of the area becomes immediately apparent.


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Napton Fields Holiday Cottages (1.29 miles)

Napton Fields Holiday Cottages
Napton Fields Holiday Cottages are perfectly situated when visiting rural Warwickshire for business or pleasure. A great base for exploring or working at nearby Southam, Gaydon including The British Motor Museum, Warwick, Royal Leamington Spa, Stratford ... More | visit website
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Hollybush Inn (5.30 miles)

Hollybush Inn

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Situated in the Centre of the beautiful picturesque village of Priors Marston, the Hollybush emanates all that is “the perfect English Inn” with fantastically cooked fresh quality dining, 3 real ... More

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Days Inn Warwick North (5.53 miles)

Days Inn Warwick North
Free wi-fi facilities when you book this hotel. Days Inn Warwick Northbound is located on the M40 Northbound carriageway. Free Parking is available to all guests and reception is 24hours. All rooms are en-suite with bath & ... More | visit website
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The Woodhouse (5.78 miles)

The Woodhouse

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The Woodhouse Hotel is a traditional countryside inn set in 10 acres of stunning gardens which includes a children play area. New owners have refurbished all the bedrooms, and with ... More

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Mallory Court Country House Hotel & Spa (5.85 miles)

Mallory Court Country House Hotel & Spa

Mallory Court Country House Hotel & Spa is privately owned by the Eden Hotel Collection, winners of the ‘AA Small Hotel Group of the Year’ 2014-2015.

Situated in the heart of Warwickshire, just outside Royal Leamington ... More | visit website

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Wormleighton Hall (6.04 miles)

Wormleighton Hall

Beautiful rural location, spacious and comfortable, very private, excellent guest facilities stunning views. All rooms en-suite with power showers, and all extras. Evening meals can be provided, or otherwise excellent local pubs and resturants can ... More | visit website

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Tachbrook Mallory House (6.22 miles)

Tachbrook Mallory House

Tachbrook Mallory House is a beautiful 16th century manor house with a large lovely garden in a peaceful rural setting and yet with 5 minutes of the motorway network,Warwick Castle and Leamington Spa town centre ... More | visit website

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Church Hill Farm (6.24 miles)

Church Hill Farm

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An idyllic country bed and breakfast close to Warwick, Stratford upon Avon and Royal Leamington Spa. Church Hill Farm is a 300 acre working farm with a farmhouse that ... More

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Hedley Villa Guest House (6.30 miles)

Hedley Villa Guest House
We are a family run guest house who enjoys making all our guests feel welcome and comfortable. We pride ourselves on giving everyone a super breakfast.

We are well located in a lovely wide tree lined ... More | visit website
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Hellidon Lakes (6.32 miles)

Hellidon Lakes
Hellidon Lakes Golf & Spa Hotel is a truly splendid resort hotel, set in 220 acres of delightful rolling countryside on the borders of Warwickshire and Northamptonshire. All 110 bedrooms and suites are tastefully furnished ... More | visit website

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