Nearby Attractions

All our serviced accommodations are in the heart of Coventry which is the UK city of culture 2021. 

If you fancy some leisure time or love going out to restaurants, then all our properties are close to some of the best restaurants in the city with most of them within easy walking distances from the apartment.

If you fancy something more cultural, we'd recommend the Herbert Art Gallery, Coventry Cathedral, Warwick Arts Centre, the Belgrade Theatre and Coventry Transport Museum which are all within a short walking distance from our serviced apartments.

There are also great transport links to surrounding areas, rich in culture and heritage such as; Warwick (beautiful medieval castle), Kenilworth (amazing kenilworth castle and Elizabethan garden) Leamington Spa (historic town) or Stratford upon Avon (the birthplace of Shakespeare).
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Coventry Cathedral


On November 14, 1940, the city of Coventry was devastated by a German bombing raid that lasted for over 10 hours and left over two-thirds of its buildings destroyed or damaged. Among the ravaged buildings was the Cathedral of St Michael, which had stood in the city since the late 14th century.

After the war, the cathedral was not rebuilt on site but left in ruins as a testament to the futility of war. The surviving spire of St Michael's is 245 feet high and is the tallest structure in the city. Today the ruins of the old Cathedral are preserved as a memorial and sacred space for the City. They also provide a dramatic backdrop to open air events and film recording on occasions. 

Address: Priory St, Coventry CV1 5FB

Phone Number: +44(0)24 7652 1200

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Herbert Art Gallery & Museum

The Herbert Art Gallery & Museum is the perfect place to delve into Coventry’s history and immerse yourself in world class art. Investigate the natural world, modern art, and the Old Masters.


Wander through dazzling interactive displays and enjoy the latest exhibitions while admiring the building’s unique architecture. As well as the art gallery’s ever-changing displays, often created in partnership with national museums, the Herbert offers a wide range of talks, events and workshops for both adults and children. Permanent galleries range from the Visual Arts, to Social and Industrial History, Archaeology and Natural History, there really is something for every visitor.

Address: Jordan Well, Coventry, CV1 5QP

Phone Number: +44(0)24 7623 7521


Coventry Transport Museum


Coventry Transport Museum houses the largest publicly owned collection of British vehicles on the planet and tells the story of a city which changed the world through transport.


Visitors can expect captivating displays, interactive galleries, and highly immersive exhibitions. 14 fully accessible galleries are home to the fastest vehicle in the world, pioneering bicycles, transport champions and many of the most innovative, memorable and luxurious vehicles of the last 200 years.


For those seeking more adventure, walk through The Blitz experience or enjoy a ride in one of three 4D simulator rides. With an award-winning coffee house, picnic areas throughout the museum and an exceptional gift shop, it makes a fantastic day out!

Address: Millennium Place, Hales Street, Coventry City Centre, CV1 1JD

Phone Number: +44(0)24 7623 4270

Warwick Castle


The mighty towers of Warwick Castle date back to the 12th Century and are some of the best examples of medieval architecture in Britain.

Explore the towers including Caesar’s Tower, the tallest in the castle, which stands as tall as 10 double decker buses, and visit The Gaol, the castle’s original dungeon, to see graffiti left by prisoners hundreds of years ago.

To experience the castle in all its glory, take a free daily tour of the grand interiors, see the beautiful State Rooms, learn the secrets of the Grand Hall and bask in the tranquil atmosphere of the Chapel.

Address: Castle Ln, Warwick CV34 4QU

Phone Number: +44(0)1926 406663

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Kenilworth Castle


Kenilworth Castle is one of the great historical sites of the United Kingdom. First built in the 1120s and a royal castle for most of its history, it was expanded by King John, John of Gaunt and Henry V.

From medieval fortress to Elizabethan palace, Kenilworth Castle has been at the centre of England's affairs for much of its 900-year history. Today, you can marvel at the mighty Norman keep and imagine the majesty of the Great Hall playing host to medieval monarchs.


Walk in the footsteps of the great Tudor queen as you explore the immaculate garden and picture the opulence and splendour of Elizabethan Kenilworth. 

Address: Castle Green, Kenilworth CV8 1NG

Phone Number: +44(0)370 333 1181