B and Bs in Atherstone

Abbey Farm B&B
Merevale Lane

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Abbey Farm is a historic farmhouse B&B full of charm and character. Located just outside the market town of Atherstone, Abbey Farm is set among beautiful rolling countryside, enjoying stunning views across the lake to Merevale Hall.

All our rooms are very large kingsize, twins can be accommodated, and are either en-suite or have private bathroom. All have heating, a TV, tea and coffee making facilities, a comfy seating area, free WiFi, hairdryer and a hospitality tray. A hearty English breakfast is included and there is a lovely lounge with stunning views to relax in. Prices are 55 per night for single occupancy, and from 65 per night for double occupancy.

Abbey Farm is just five miles from the M42 at Junction 10 and is off the A5 at Atherstone, close to the NEC and the towns of Tamworth, Nuneaton and Hinckley.

The attractions of Market Bosworth and the Battlefield, Drayton Manor Park, Arbury Hall, Mallory Park Racing Circuit, Tamworth Snowdome, The Belfry, Conkers and Twycross Zoo are within reasonable travelling distance. Abbey Farm enjoys its own piece of history, being on the site of the original Merevale Abbey - its ruins are still evident in the garden and is where Henry VII stayed before the Battle of Bosworth. Whether visiting for business or pleasure, to stroll through the fields around the lake with views to Merevale Hall and to walk among the Abbey ruins, a stay at Abbey Farm is an absolute delight and one we look forward to welcoming you to.

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