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17 Nov-18 Nov
As we were exhibiting at the NEC, Featherbed Cottage was ideally placed to get there quickly (about 15mins, traffic allowing) and easily. Paul welcomed us and our dog and was on hand if any problems arose. None did. Very comfy beds, space to move and a clean small shower/toilet. Plentiful supplies ...
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The Midlands city of Coventry lies just a few miles south-east of its bigger brother, Birmingham. It was once the centre of the country's munitions industry, which made it a target for the Luftwaffe in World War II. Though much of the city was flattened – including the medieval cathedral, which was left in ruins – the city has bounced back thanks to regeneration projects and a burgeoning student population. It doesn't matter whether you are coming for a romantic break, visiting a friend at the university or embarking on an attraction-laden family adventure, the bed and breakfasts in Coventry have got you covered. Fascinating museums, thought-provoking art galleries and historical landmarks are all waiting in the city, not to mention a growing restaurant scene and a long list of lively nightlife spots, should you want to paint the town red.
The city has had a tradition of inns and guestrooms since medieval times, when they served passing pilgrims. Today, it's awash with Coventry bed and breakfasts – many of them family-owned – that open their doors to a new crowd of weekend city breakers. There's no occasion when a B&B doesn't fit the bill and you can save some serious wedge compared to prices in the city's chain hotels. If you're sold on a bed and breakfast in Coventry, look through the extensive listings on Expedia, which include descriptions and photos to help you find the perfect match. Some are housed in the pretty 19th-century red-brick terraced houses just a stone's throw from the city centre. Others are a little grander, with spacious period-laden guestrooms and well-manicured surrounding gardens. There's a smattering of city crash pads if you want to complement your weekend break with a hip apartment, or country manor houses in the surrounding Midlands countryside if you want a change of pace. Whichever you're looking for, you'll be guaranteed a comfortable and stress-free escape when you book through Expedia.
Checking into your bed and breakfast in Coventry is always a breeze, thanks to the welcoming owners, and when you settle into your guestroom you'll find it packed with amenities. You'll likely find ample storage to put away your things, facilities for making hot drinks, and free WiFi is a given. Some will have ensuite bathrooms with shower units, or a tub where you can soak after a day of exploration, others might have flat-screen TVs on the walls, so you can catch up on the latest news. The descriptions on Expedia help you to pick out properties with specific features, so if you're looking for somewhere that has an in-room desk where you can catch up on a few emails, or views over Coventry's historic landmarks, you won't have any trouble finding them. If you're bringing a car, look out for B&Bs that offer free parking – a big plus in a city where spots come at a premium. And don't forget to bring the kids to stay in one of the family-sized rooms. In the morning, there'll always be breakfast waiting for you downstairs, often a full English fry-up, or pastries, so you can fuel up for the day ahead. If you've had your fill of the museums in Coventry, you'll find plenty more in Birmingham, just a short train ride away.
There are things to do for every age near your bed and breakfast in Coventry. A good starting place is the 700-year-old Coventry Cathedral, which lay in ruins after the Blitz but has since been rebuilt; it offers a unique glimpse into the city's past. For more history, visit the magnificent Saint Mary's Guildhall, where Shakespeare once sat in the audience. Everyone in the family will love the quirky Coventry Music Museum, which takes visitors on a comprehensive journey through Britain's musical heritage, or the Coventry Transport Museum, which has one of the largest collections of British automobiles in the world.