Hotels in Warwickshire

Average price from £35

Hotels in Warwickshire

Rugby, history, culture, city and country - these are the things that sum of Warwickshire. It’s also the birthplace a rather famous playwright…. You’ll find our Warwickshire hotels dotted around this landlocked county in the places you’ll need them most.  

Hotels in Warwickshire
  • Coventry City Centre (Earlsdon Park)

    Earlsdon Park 53 Butts Road Coventry CV1 3BH
    (7.5 miles) Based on 562 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £38.00
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  • Stratford Upon Avon Central

    Payton Street Stratford Upon Avon Warwickshire CV37 6UQ
    (9.6 miles) Based on 824 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £35.00
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  • Stratford Upon Avon Waterways

    The Waterways Birmingham Road Stratford Upon Avon CV37 0AW
    (9.6 miles) Based on 1787 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £49.00
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  • Rugby North (Newbold)

    Brownsover Road Rugby Warwickshire CV21 1HL
    (14.3 miles) Based on 273 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £35.00
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  • Rugby North (M6 Jct1)

    Central Park Drive Central Park Rugby CV23 0WE
    (15 miles) Based on 250 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £35.00
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Things to do in Warwickshire

Coventry

This one-time centre of industry was heavily bombed during WWII, and walking round the Coventry of today you get glimpses of Coventry past. Coventry Cathedral is perhaps the most obvious example. Coventry Transport Museum is one of the city’s top attractions. 

Warwick

A famous castle and a prestigious university give the city of Warwick its historic edge. As well as visiting Warwick Castle go to St John’s Museum, the Collegiate Church of St Mary, and the Warwickshire Museum. 

Stratford-upon-Avon

It’s hard not to get swept up by Shakespeare mania in this gorgeous Tudor town. Visit Shakespeare’s birthplace, the houses associated with his life, his grave at Holy Trinity Church, then go and see a play by the RSC (Royal Shakespeare Company).