Appleby Magna

Appleby Magna is both easy to access and nicely out of the way, at the end of the M42 but reached via back-roads. The village has an ancient moat house at its heart, and Twycross Zoo is only a short drive away... Read More

Hotels in Appleby Magna - 4 places to stay

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Appleby Inn Hotel

Appleby Inn Hotel
The Appleby Inn Hotel is a family owned and run Hotel, Bar & Restaurant located on the A444 half a mile from junction 11 of the M42 within close distance of both Birmingham and East ... More | visit website
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Ramada Tamworth Hotel

Ramada Tamworth Hotel

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Having undergone an extensive refurbishment in 2007, this 3-star hotel now offers a new reception, bar, restaurant and conference rooms. Ramada Tamworth Hotel - M42, is perfectly located on the outskirts of ... More

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Ramada Tamworth

Ramada Tamworth

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This 3-star hotel offers a warm and friendly welcome, fully refurbished in 2007 to include an excellent bar, lounge, restaurant and conference/function suites. Ramada Tamworth Hotel is on the outskirts of Tamworth ... More

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Champneys Springs (2.92 miles)

Champneys Springs
Springs offers modern luxury with an exceptionally friendly service. Everything has been designed with relaxation in mind, from the beautiful water walkway to the spacious lounge areas. Surrounded by wide-open park lands, Springs combines light, ... More | visit website
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Robin Hood Hotel (3.66 miles)

Robin Hood Hotel
At the Robin Hood you'll always be greeted with a friendly welcome and a big smile from our staff. This 16th Century Coach House has an old charm with open beams and bags of character. ... More | visit website
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Bridge House (3.82 miles)

Bridge House

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Superbly presented and luxuriously furnished, this attractive cottage stands in an acre of enclosed gardens in the National Forest and 3 miles from Ashby's famous castle and ... More

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The Royal Hotel (4.72 miles)

The Royal Hotel

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The Royal Hotel is steeped in history and has long been established as one of the best places to stay ... More

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Queens Head Hotel (The) (5.02 miles)

Queens Head Hotel (The)

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This 17th-century coaching inn is located on Ashby's main high street. Family run, it offers home-cooked English food and a lively weekend nightclub. The Queen's Head Hotel is close to all the ... More

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Premier Inn Ashby de la Zouch (5.57 miles)

Premier Inn Ashby de la Zouch
With an on-site Brewers Fayre restaurant and free parking, Premier Inn Ashby De La Zouch has good road links to the A42 (junction 13), the M1 and the M42. The Premier Inn is 1 mile from ... More | visit website
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Fosters Yard Hotel (5.96 miles)

Fosters Yard Hotel

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Grade II listed Tudor hotel in the heart of the Midlands,with easy access to all forms of leisure activities. Come and enjoy the traditional British Pub,and take a meal in our ... More

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Harlaston Post Office (6.22 miles)

Harlaston Post Office
Whether you're drawn to the area for business or pleasure, Harlaston Post Office should be your first port-of-call. A warm friendly welcome, coupled with a helpful and relaxed atmosphere, will guarantee your stay with us ... More | visit website
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Red Lion (6.26 miles)

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A warm welcome awaits you at our country inn. The Red Lion is a warm and friendly inn tucked away in the beautiful English countryside of Warwickshire and on the ... More

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Millers Hotel (6.39 miles)

Millers Hotel
The Millers Hotel Sibson near Nuneaton sits in the Warwickshire Hamlet of Sibson near Nuneaton, Tamworth and Hinckley with easy access via A444 and A5 and M42 Junction 10. The Millers Hotel is a beautifully ... More | visit website

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