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Ansty Hall Hotel
Coventry
Warwickshire

CV7 9HZ | View map
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In a country village, the Ansty Hall Hotel is just 15 minutes’ drive from Coventry and 25 minutes from Birmingham. It offers spacious rooms with modern furnishings and free parking. A 3-minute drive from the M6 and M69 motorways, the Macdonald Ansty Hall Hotel is 20 minutes from Birmingham Airport and the NEC (National Exhibition Centre). Shakespeare’s Stratford is 24 miles away. Its rooms have been fully updated and have a TV, work desk and seating area. All rooms have a bathroom and many have stunning countryside views. The Shilton Restaurant features organic and local ingredients and serves British cuisine, including a full English breakfast and Sunday lunch. The Warwick Bar and Lounge serves cocktails, light meals and afternoon tea. Ansty Hall has 8 acres of grounds and some rooms overlook the Ansty Golf Centre, where guests have special rates. The Ricoh Arena is a 10-minute drive away for exhibitions and concerts.

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Ratings/Awards: 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 63
Number Ensuite: 63
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