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Warwickshire Hotels Guide

Without doubt this is one of the most history-laden counties in the Heart of England! Today, Warwickshire is a hairpin-shaped land mass, looping around Coventry and Birmingham, which were transplanted away from here to the West Midlands in 1974. What remains is a diverse selection classical towns and cities. Places like Royal Leamington Spa, Rugby, the capital Warwick (plus its famous castle), and William Shakespeare's birthplace of Stratford-upon-Avon all welcome you warmly.

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Kings Court Hotel
 
Guest Rating: 4.4/5

“Situated in the picturesque and historic village of King's Coughton in the beautiful Warwickshire countryside we offer visitors to our area. A friendly welcome, comfortable accommodation and tasty, satisfying food await all of our guests. Conveniently placed for those who want to travel round the many historic and interesting attractions that are nearby. ”

Kings Coughton, Alcester

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Chapel House
 
Guest Rating: 4.4/5

“If you prefer small and intimate, with excellent personal service and exquisite food, to large, impersonal hotels where the staff are often too busy to be pleasant, then we have just the place for you. Located just off the market square in the town of Atherstone we are conveniently placed for exploring the region.”

Friars Gate, Market Square, Atherstone

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Best Western Salford Hall Hotel
 
Guest Rating: 4.1/5

“Our magnificent, historic, manor house is perfect for an away-from-it-all break in style and elegance. With our own tranquil gardens and our position in the Warwickshire countryside, in the very heart of Shakespeare country, we provide the ideal base for exploring the many delights of the area.”

Abbots Salford, Nr Evesham, Bidford

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Bosworth Hall Hotel Spa & Leisure
Guest Rating: 3.5/5

“Staying at our grade II listed, William and Mary period mansion, in the heart of the Warwickshire countryside, is an unforgettable experience. Standing in 11 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens we offer superb accommodation, excellent service and all of the amenities expected from a hotel of this obvious quality.”

The Park, Market Bosworth

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The Swan
Guest Rating: 3.7/5

“Located in a small, quaint and rural village of Kineton in the beautiful Warwickshire countryside we are conveniently situated as a base for those wanting to travel around the many historic and interesting towns, villages and cities that can all be easily reached with just a few minutes drive.”

Banbury Street, Kineton

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Dunchurch Park Hotel
 
Guest Rating: 3.4/5

“The perfect location for a relaxing, away from it all weekend break, as a convenient base for travelling round the area on business or to explore the many attractions, both historic and modern, that this region has to offer; set in 72 acres of our own beautiful gardens and picturesque landscaped grounds we have a location that you will find hard to beat.”

Rugby Road, Dunchurch, Rugby

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Brownsover Hall
 
Guest Rating: 4.1/5

“Set on the very fringe of the town of Rugby and surrounded by the wonderful Warwickshire countryside our imposing Victorian Gothic Mansion provides superb accommodation and offers a warm welcome and genuine hospitality to our guests. Bordering three counties and with easy access to the motorway network we are ideally placed for those wanting to explore the area. ”

Brownsover Lane, Old Brownsover, Rugby

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The Rugby Hotel
 
Guest Rating: 3.7/5

“An ideal base from which to enjoy the many delights that the county of Warwickshire has to offer. Centrally located in the town of Rugby our establishment is just a few minutes walk from the shopping centre and conveniently located for the M6, M1 and M45 motorway network.”

Sheep Street, Rugby

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Millers Hotel
 
Guest Rating: 4.3/5

“Located in a small, beautiful village set in the Warwickshire countryside we are in a delightful position for both the tourist, who wants to travel around the attractions of the area and the business traveller who has business in one of the many towns that are easily reached.”

Twycross Rd,, Sibson

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Days Inn Warwick Northbound M40
 
Guest Rating: 4/5

“Perfectly situated as a stop over for those passing through the area, or as a convenient base for those who want to explore the many interesting and exciting places that are within easy reach of our location. Part of the motorway service area but well back from the carriageway to ensure that you get a quiet and relaxing nights sleep. ”

Welcome Break Service Area, J12/13, M40, Banbury Road, Warwickshire, Warwick

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Days Inn Hotel Warwick South - Southbound M40
 
Guest Rating: 3.9/5

“Part of the motorway service area but set in its own grounds, well back from the carriageway to ensure that you get a quiet and relaxing nights sleep. Ideally situated as a stop over for those passing through or as a convenient base for those who want to explore the area.”

Welcome Break Services, Junction 14 / 12 M40, Birmingham, Warwick

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Wroxall Abbey Hotel & Estate
 
Guest Rating: 4.1/5

“Wroxall Mansion and Wroxall Court are the two separate, but equally magnificent hotels that make up the Estate. Both buildings are elegant and stylish and are set in 27 beautiful acres of parkland, lawns and gardens. A taste of sophisticated country living in stylish surroundings at an affordable price. ”

Birmingham Road, Wroxall

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These, and all other major settlements, are largely confined to the middle of the county, but the sparsely populated regions in the north and south are equally as attractive. They include places such as the Forest of Arden (the setting for As You Like It), the rolling hills of the Burton Dassett Country Park in the south east and some prime parts of the Cotswolds as well.

Travelling around this scenery is made all the more pleasurable by the frequent old country houses that dot the landscape. Ragley Hall near Alcester is regarded as one of the great English estates. Also there is Coombe Abbey, an atmospheric monastery and gardens heralding from the 12th century. These are just 2 of many to look out for.

A special mention also has to go to Lunt Fort, just outside of Coventry. A complete reconstruction of the Roman stronghold that once stood here. It played a key part in the Empire and today stages entertaining battle re-enactments on the surrounding grounds.


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