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Draycote Hotel
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This Warwickshire 3 Star Country Hotel is styled to create a light, contemporary environment. Draycote Hotel provides a modern, relaxed venue. We enjoy a central location, easily accessible from all Midlands motorway networks yet surrounded by the picturesque Warwickshire countryside and the beautiful Draycote Water.Draycote Hotel enjoys its own 18 Hole Golf course and Floodlit Driving range. The ever maturing Whitefields, West Midlands Golf Club and Course was opened in 1992, has it’s own natural drainage and has rarely closed in its first decade. With Draycote water lapping the 13th hole, stunning views can be found all year round on the truly long and pleasurable hole. Hotel guests get preferential rates on green fees and buggy hire. Our restaurant, Papaveri serves authentic English cuisine and has achieved critical acclaim from the national media and has been awarded an AA rosette. There is a choice of two bars; Fairways offering the chance to enjoy your favourite tipple whilst watching the latest sports coverage on our flat screen television or Main Bar which is a stylish lounge bar.All 49 ensuite bedrooms have FREE WIFI access through out, Hotel Gymnasium. Conference Facilities, Weddings and Private Parties all catered for. Free car parking within the hotel.

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