Wroxall Abbey Estate
Wroxall Abbey Estate

Wroxall is on the A4141 midway between Birmingham and Warwick, with the attractions of Baddesley Clinton and Packwood House nearby and its own great house of Wroxall Abbey, for years the home of Sir Christopher Wren... Read More

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Wroxall Abbey Estate

Wroxall Abbey Estate

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Nestled in 27 acres of open parkland, Wroxall Abbey Estate occupies a unique setting amidst peaceful countryside.
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Croft Guest House (0.50 miles)

Croft Guest House
Long established friendly family country guest house. Non smoking. The individual bedrooms,some ground floor, are all ensuite or private bathroom and are maintained and decorated to a high four diamond standard. Each has tea/coffee facilities, remote TV and ... More | visit website
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Haseley Hall Apartments (1.02 miles)

Haseley Hall Apartments

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Welcome to Haseley Hall Apartments...Set in the beautiful countryside, we offer apartments both one and two bedroom with the best of facilities as well as views of the estate and ... More

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Haseley House (1.92 miles)

Haseley House

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Your own Front Door in Rural Warwickshire - a tranquil setting for your stay in the Heart of England. Family run, value for money motel style accommodation. Haseley Coach House is the ... More

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Falcon Inn (2.08 miles)

Falcon Inn
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Situated in picturesque Warwickshire, The Falcon offers comfortable rooms, separated from the pub itself by a car park providing secure off ... More | visit website
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Innkeepers Lodge (3.42 miles)

Innkeepers Lodge
** ALL OUR RATES INCLUDE COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BUFFET BREAKFAST ** Within easy reach of Junction 5 of the M42, this lodge is adjacent to the Herons Nest Vintage Inn. Overlooking the Grand Union Canal, the ... More | visit website
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G & G B & B NEC (3.56 miles)

G & G B & B NEC

Great b&b near the NEC Birmingham, JLR Fen End, Birmingham Business Park, Westwood Business Park, Warwick University, or the NAC - with free internet access.

Some say the best B & B they have ever ... More | visit website

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Ardencote (3.82 miles)

Ardencote

Ardencote is a 4 Star, privately owned and independent Hotel situated in the heart of the Warwickshire countryside. Set on 83 acres of landscaped grounds and an 18 hole golf course, Ardencote is the ideal ... More | visit website

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Haigs Hotel (3.87 miles)

Haigs Hotel

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Located between Coventry and Solihull, close to the National Exhibition Centre we are a 3 star privately owned, family run hotel. We have 23 en-suite bedrooms which ... More

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Premier Inn Balsall Common (Near Nec) (4.26 miles)

Premier Inn Balsall Common (Near Nec)
With more than 450 hotels on major routes across the UK, you're sure to find a Premier Travel Inn to suit you. And wherever you go you'll find comfy well-equipped bedrooms- everything you want for ... More | visit website
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The Forest (4.27 miles)

The Forest

This privately owned hotel has 12 individually designed en suite bedrooms which combine carefully considered comfort with touches of luxury. The aim is to provide guests with a place in which to feel perfectly at ... More | visit website

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