Coventry

Coventry is at the centre of much of our industrial heritage, various attractions there celebrating that aspect of its history. Perhaps more of a draw for most visitors, however, is its famous modern cathedral incorporating the bones of its old one, smashed by Nazi bombing... Read More

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Ramada Hotel & Suites

Ramada Hotel & Suites

Towering 17-storeys high and with panoramic views of Coventry, the award-winning Ramada has recently been converted into a stylish and modern 4-star hotel. The Ramada Hotel & Suites has a convenient location, just off junction 7 ... More | visit website

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Quality Hotel Coventry

Quality Hotel Coventry

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Situated just off the A45 at Allesley village Coventry, in the heart of the Midlands. The Quality Hotel, Coventry offers a friendly welcome and excellent facilities to all of our customers, ... More

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Old Mill Inn

Old Mill Inn

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This charming pub and hotel offers a picturesque riverside setting. Situated by the River Sowe, the old mill hotel is a converted watermill whose origins stretch back to the Domesday Book. ... More

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Manor Hotel (The)

Manor Hotel (The)
The Manor Hotel, situated in the Heart of England, just 3 miles from the NEC, Birmingham International Airport/Railway Station and also Junction 6 of the M42 Motorway.

We are only a short distance from Warwick Castle, ... More | Double Room: From £90 | visit website
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Coombe Abbey

Coombe Abbey

Originally a 12th Century Cistercian Abbey Hotel nestling in England's historic heartland in Warwickshire, Coombe Abbey Hotel has been restored to its former glory, and set within 500 acres of breathtaking parkland, it is the ... More | visit website

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Hylands Hotel

Hylands Hotel

Hylands Hotel offers a warm and comfortable base next to Coventry train station and just 5 minutes’ walk from the city centre.
The award-winning restaurant has an open patio area. The comfortable lounge bar is open ... More | visit website

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Windmill Village Hotel, Golf & Leisure Club

Windmill Village Hotel, Golf & Leisure Club

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The Windmill Village complex has 105 bedrooms all with en suite facilities.The hotel is situated approximately 5 miles from Birmingham Airport and the NEC. In the main hotel building there ... More

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Brandon Hall

Brandon Hall

This 4 star country house was originally built as a shooting lodge of the Brandon manor house. Set in beautiful countryside, the hotel has 120 rooms on a 17 acre property. Ideal for visiting Warwick ... More | visit website

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Hilton Coventry

Hilton Coventry

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The Hilton Coventry Hotel is located at Junction 2 off the M6 motorway to Birmingham and Coventry and of the M69 to Leicester. The hotel is 20 minutes drive form the ... More

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Strawberry Bank Hotel

Strawberry Bank Hotel

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Strawberry Bank is a homely hotel and restaurant in picturesque Meriden, near Coventry. The NEC, Birmingham International Airport and the M42 are less than 5 minutes away.

The family-owned Strawberry Bank has ... More

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