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Situated in Coventry, this hotel is within 6 miles (10 km) of Ryton Organic Gardens, Coventry University and University of Warwick. Lady Godiva Statue and Ryton ...
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Situated in Coventry, this holiday home is close to University of Warwick, Coventry University and Lady Godiva Statue. Local attractions also include West Orchards ...
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Situated in Coventry, this hotel is within 9 miles (15 km) of Ricoh Arena, Coventry University and Arbury Hall. West Orchards Shopping and Coventry Transport ...
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Located in Coventry City Centre, this hotel is steps away from Coventry Transport Museum and Coventry University. Ricoh Arena and University of Warwick are also ...
£35 per night for 2 guestsBritannia Hotel Coventry£35
A great option for tourists of all ages, you’ll find plenty to see and do in the city of Coventry and surrounding countryside of Warwickshire. From castles and cathedrals to stately homes and green spaces, there's everything you need for an enjoyable break.
Coventry itself has excellent shopping centres and theatres, including the lovely art deco Albany Theatre, as well as a lively nightlife and café culture. There is also the magnificent Coventry Cathedral in the heart of the city. Much of the building was sadly destroyed during World War II, but it has since been carefully rebuilt. If you plan to visit this historical site, consider a hotel near Coventry Cathedral./p>
Coventry is the second biggest city in the West Midlands, after Birmingham. It was twinned with Stalingrad during World War II to show local support for the ordinary people affected by the battle in the city.
The options for hotels in Coventry vary, from comfortable B&Bs and cosy guest houses to big chain hotels and luxury boutiques, with lots more in between. Whether you’re planning to stay in the city centre, the suburbs or in the surrounding countryside, you’ll find a great range of hotels in Coventry to suit your taste and budget.
The presence of Coventry University means there’s also a thriving student population here during term time. Accordingly, you’ll find a good selection of pubs, clubs and music venues all over the city centre. If you’re looking to take advantage of the fantastic nightlife on offer, choose a hotel near Coventry University and you’ll be ready to rock without having to travel far past your doorstep.
If you do want to travel further afield, you'll find pretty villages and towns just outside Coventry in the rolling hills of Warwickshire. Small towns, such as Berkswell and Allesley, go back to pre-Norman times, with many even mentioned in the Domesday Book. They make great destinations for a day out, or if you enjoy the countryside you may want to stay in a hotel in Warwickshire.
All the market towns and villages around Coventry offer some tasty food options. Stay in the Chesford Grange, a family-friendly hotel in Kenilworth, and as well as enjoying a complimentary breakfast, you’ll be just a 10-minute drive from the area’s famed Michelin-starred pub, The Cross.
Warwickshire, and Coventry in particular, offer a great range of fine-dining options, as well as more affordable rest stops. The restaurants in the city centre serve up food from around the world – a reflection of Coventry’s multi-ethnic population and cosmopolitan atmosphere.
If your taste veers towards more traditional gastro dishes, you’ll find those on your doorstep too – or you could always try the famed dishes at Mister M’s Traditional Fish & Chips.
Cocktail bars, country pubs and even a medieval banqueting hall at Coombe Abbey Hotel on the city outskirts are all there for you to try, and you’ll have no trouble in finding a hotel or family-run B&B near the attractions you’re most interested in to suit you.
If you’re travelling on business, many of the larger hotels in Coventry offer many of the facilities you might need. The ibis Coventry Centre is popular with those travelling for work as it features a business centre and free Wifi in all public areas – although most Coventry hotels also offer free Internet connection.
Assuming you don’t want to follow in Lady Godiva’s footsteps and ride naked through Coventry on horseback, it’s easy to find regular buses, trains and taxis in and around Coventry.
The train station is right in the city centre and can take you to popular nearby spots such as Rugby, Birmingham and Leamington Spa – but if you’re planning to explore the surrounding countryside, it’s a good idea to hire a car for your stay.
If you enjoy your trip to Coventry, why not explore the rest of Warwickshire? If you want a historical break, stay in a hotel in Stratford-Upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare. Or if you want to explore a town full of Regency architecture, choose accommodation in Royal Leamington Spa.