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There is a bed & breakfast establishment somewhere in Warwickshire to suit everyone... from elegant town houses to country inns, from working farms to country houses, from family homes to stately homes, from barn conversions to bungalows… in fact in almost any type of accommodation you can think of. FEATURED BED & BREAKFAST ESTABLISHMENTS IN & AROUND WARWICKSHIRE ...
For an excellent choice of canal and narrowboat holidays from Napton Marina where the Grand Union and Oxford canals meet, or Clifton Wharf on the North Oxford canal, check out the selection of individual narrowboats available on our Canal & Narrowboat Holidays in Warwickshire page. For details of the availability and to book canal narrowboats securely online follow the links below to marinas in Warwickshire, the Cotswolds and the...
Staying on camping & caravan sites in Warwickshire you may not give much thought to the origin of the term. The word caravan is originally Kurdish and in ancient times it was used to describe a group of people who were travelling by camel or horse on the silk road. The word is derived from Karwan: kar means mission or pursuit, and wan means those people and guardian. The...
As well as a number of very good equestrian centres and riding schools in Warwickshire, there are also equestrian venues that offer accommodation for you and your horse or provide lodgings with horse riding facilities.With both the British Equestrian Federation and the British Horse Society located in Warwickshire - the BEF at the Royal Showground and National Agricultural Centre at Stoneleigh, and the BHS next door at Stoneleigh Deer...
Like many other writers before and since, JRR Tolkien - author of The Lord of the Rings and long-time resident of Sarhole (then in Warwickshire) - accurately described the county as "green and leafy Warwickshire". And there is probably no better way to enjoy and relax in beautiful surroundings of gentle countryside than to stay in a farmhouse on a working farm. Some farmhouses are now dedicated solely guest...
The description “Guest House” is generally accepted to mean house accommodation where an evening meal can be obtained by prior arrangement. However, in the trade, there is apparently still some disagreement over the precise meaning of the term. Not all 'Guest House' owners agree with the evening meal criterion and only provide bed & breakfast. So, you should check when booking if the establishment offers evening meals as...
The beauty of holiday rental cottages and self-catering accommodation in Warwickshire is that you have the freedom to eat in, eat out, stay in bed all day, stay up all night, and generally come and go as you please, without the access restrictions that sometimes apply in hotels and guest houses. There is generally far more space than even the grandest hotel rooms offer and many properties have private...
There is an exceptional choice of Hotels in Warwickshire, ranging from luxury golf spas to budget hotel chains. To find your ideal hotel, wherever you want to stay in Warwickshire, check out the Featured Venues listed below or use the Hotel Directory below where you can simultaneously compare hundreds of best known travel sites and save up to 80%....
The traditional English Inn - as opposed to the great British Pub - have always been around in some form, as public taverns or lodging houses that served food and drink to travellers. However, during during the mid-17th century, the stagecoach and mail coach network developed and coaching inns or staging inns became an essential part of the inland transport infrastructure and a vital part of the coaching tradition....
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