There's lots of places to explore at Buscot and Coleshill in every season. Uncover Second World War secrets and potter around picture perfect villages.
Alongside the comfy en-suite bedrooms you'll find a Crown Carvery, which offers a choice of hearty food all day, including cooked breakfasts and traditional roasts served with freshly steamed vegetables, roast potatoes and Yorkshire puds.
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Simon Digby was awarded the manor of Coleshill in 1496 by King Henry VII, following the Battle of Bosworth and the execution of Simon de Montford for helping in the attempt to oust the King.
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At the top of Coleshill, just past Packington Lane, is a red post box that bears the Royal Seal of Edward VIII. It is one of a small number to have been placed in the UK before his abdication.
The town is close to the M6, M6 Toll and M42 motorways. It is connected to East Birmingham directly by the B4114 Road.
Perched on the West Oxfordshire border, these traditionally farmed estates spanning 7,000 acres, are criss-crossed by miles of circular walks and family trails for you to discover.
Settled on one of the most tranquil and unspoilt stretches of the River Thames, Buscot is a haven for wildlife with the chance to glimpse kingfishers, otters and more. Dating back to the Domesday Book, Coleshill is a rural place where time appears to have stood still. Nearby, woodland copses give way to sweeping fields and parkland with far-reaching views.
Ideally located, the Coleshill is close by to the NEC and networking routes of the M6 and M42. Yet, within a few minutes you can walk into the beautiful Warwickshire countryside.
This handsome Coleshill lodge gives you the best of both worlds. On one hand it's in the centre of a peaceful, historic market town. On the other, it provides convenient accommodation near the NEC and LG Arena. So whether you're looking to explore Shakespeare's County or do some business, it's an ideal place to stay.
Relax in one of our holiday cottages as you explore Wiltshire, Oxfordshire and the Cotswolds.
Coleshill Watermill open second Sunday of the month: April to October, 2 to 5
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Relax by the fireside in the lounge, or enjoy meals and drinks on the terrace in the summer. The bar and restaurant at the George and Dragon at Coleshill Hotel - B&B offers Great British cuisine, real ales, wines, specialty teas and coffees and quality accommodation to suit all of your needs.
Looking for a family-friendly pub restaurant with a relaxed atmosphere? Look no further. We're near to Water Orton, Kingshurst and Shustoke. Our menus include our great selection of grills, meal deals and kids' menus, which means there’s something for all appetites.Find our opening times, where the Coleshill restaurant is located and how to get there as well as make a table booking or take a look at what you fancy from our menus.
We're a charity and rely on your donations to help our conservation work
Our bedrooms and en-suites have all been recently refurbished too and we pride ourselves on offering homely rooms and hearty breakfasts, ensuring that you enjoy your stay with us.
Want to help but don't feel you can volunteer that much time? You can always join a local supporter group. They fundraise for local projects, have talks and go on visits. It's a great way to meet people and support our work at the same time.
Uncover the secrets behind the role Coleshill House had in the Second World War as it trained men for the British Resistance.
We have 5 circular trails for you to choose from, whether you like parkland, good views or discovering wildlife in the woods.
We've got lots of diverse learning sessions for your students to get stuck into here. If you're looking for something different, get in touch with our team and we'll help you create a tailor made programme.
Register for our short-break deals and discounts, starting with £5 off per night on your next stay.
Planned roadworks moved to summer 2017. You may be aware that there were roadworks planned to begin late August and continue into mid-October. This would have meant the Coventry Road would have been closed, in sections, while work was carried out. Whilst Severn Trent made every effort to ensure access for local residents and parents/carers accessing the school, we raised concerns about this work...
Against a backdrop of significant national decline, staff and students at The Coleshill School are celebrating another year of improved GCSE results. Performance in the key subjects of English and Mathematics was particularly strong, with a school record of 66% of students achieving both English and Mathematics. This builds on the previous two years of improvements in GCSE results. English...
Our restaurant is relaxed and family friendly, and we don't stand on ceremony. There's no need to book; just pop in when you're hungry. We also have hotel rooms if you want to stay over, with plenty of parking and free WiFi too.
Most of our places run the Gift Aid on Entry scheme at their admission points. Under this scheme, if you're not a member you have the choice of two entry tickets:
Come to The Swan Hotel in Coleshill for traditional roast dinners and lunches exactly how you like them, any day of the week. Or tuck into our tasty pub-food classics, with unlimited veg and sides.
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Aiming High – Clare College Cambridge Trip Some Year 10 students at The Coleshill School visited Clare College in Cambridge on 12th September. This overnight residential trip for Year 10 students enabled them the opportunity to experience life as a student and included participating in university workshops, tours and academic sessions. Glyn Owen, Head of Sixth Form, said, “The...
These two very English villages and their surrounding patchwork quilt of fields, woodland spinney, water meadow and parkland, are just perfect for relaxing and exploring.
This hotel is dog friendly (apart from the bar area)
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Follow the Coventry Road, go straight over the mini roundabout – and the hotel will be on your left
In a once-important coaching town, just north of Warwickshire, this hotel’s warm and welcoming interior is a cosy retreat from the whirlwind city activity of nearby Birmingham.
We are in a fabulous location with the NEC, Birmingham Airport and many more attractions nearby. The large rear terrace area is popular in those summer months to enjoy meals and drinks on, plus the large rear car park means you may want to use our "stay, park and fly" facilities.
Coleshill was granted a market charter by King John in 1207, alongside Liverpool, Leek and Great Yarmouth.
Coleshill became very important in the Second World War as thousands of men were trained to become Auxiliers, or members of the British Resistance.
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