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Pocket Guide: Nuneaton

Largely modern in comparison to many other Warwickshire towns, Nuneaton was traditionally known for its successful textiles industry, and now benefits from excellent motorways links to the West Midlands and other regions.

The Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre

This museum is dedicated to the influential Battle of Bosworth Field, which was fought in the late 15th Century between the Houses of York and the Houses of Lancaster, and culminated in a decisive victory for Lancaster. This pivotal event is considered to mark the end of what historians refer to as the Plantagenet dynasty, when English became the main language of England and a growing sense of national identity ensued. Close to the battle ground is the charming Dixie Arms Hotel, a hospitable three star venue that offers free parking and WiFi, a free breakfast and a restaurant serving tasty cuisine.

The Hartshill Hayes Country Park

Renowned for its spring bluebell display, the Hartshill Hayes Country Park has extensive woodland and many pleasant marked trails, and is perfect for a summer picnic. If you're looking for a deluxe hotel that offers immaculately presented accommodation, choose the nearby Millers Hotel, which provides spacious rooms, free parking and free WiFi access.

The Nuneaton Museum & Art Gallery

In the picturesque grounds of historic Riversley Park, this venue houses a fine art collection and a fascinating exhibition of the town's history, has a delightful tearoom and a souvenir shop. The venue has various temporary exhibitions throughout the year, as well as permanent exhibitions such as the Picture Gallery, the Local History Exhibition and the George Eliot and The Writing Room. If you're looking for very affordable accommodation just a short drive away, you could try the Days Inn Corley NEC M6, which offers free internet access, stylish and spacious rooms, and easy access to the internationally famous NEC arena.

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This attractive market town is probably best known for its annual folk festival, which takes place in winter and includes everything from concerts and Morris dancing to special workshops and a Craft Fair. It's also noted for its historic Tudor-style Almshouses, and is the home of the Best Western Weston Hall Hotel, which offers elegant rooms and a free breakfast.

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