Draycote Water Sailing Club
|29ER 29er Winter Champs
|49 Boats||Jan 2015|
|Various Draycote Dash - GJW Direct SailJuice I
|104 Boats||Nov 2014|
|SOLO Solo End of Seasons
|65 Boats||Oct 2014|
|LASER Laser Open
|26 Boats||Sep 2014|
|MIRACLE Miracle Open
|14 Boats||Sep 2014|
|Innkeeper's Lodge Rugby, Dunchurch||Rugby||£62.00|
|The Green Man Pub||£39|
|Dunchurch Park Hotel||£33|
|Dunchurch Park Hotel||Rugby||£105.00|
|Travelodge Rugby Dunchurch||£49|
|The Rugby Hotel||RUGBY||£83.00|
|The Rugby Hotel||£48|
|Diamond House Hotel||Rugby||£54.00|
|The Grosvenor Hotel||£48|
|2||Innkeeper's Lodge Rugby, Dunchurch||Rugby||"If you’re looking for some country village charm, this attractive lodge has it by the buc... More..|
"If you’re looking for some country village charm, this attractive lodge has it by the bucket-load. Offering some of the most welcoming accommodation in Warwickshire, it’s a beautiful place to sit back and relax. It’s also an ideal base for visiting Coventry and Leamington Spa. The lodge has 16 comfy en-suite rooms and a cosy pub with a crackling log-fire. So you’re in just the right spot to tuck into heart-warming, seasonal food and well-kept cask ales. With its village green, stocks and historic features, Dunchurch has a fascinating heritage – mainly due it being an important staging post for hundreds of years. Notable visitors include Guy Fawkes, Princess Victoria, the poet Longfellow, the highwayman Dick Turpin and Winston Churchill. Now a designated conservation area, it’s close to several popular attractions. Lose yourself in Coombe Country Park, take a tour of the famous Rugby school – birthplace of the eponymous game – or explore the 10 managed acres of Ryton Organic Gardens.
|3||BEST WESTERN Falstaff Hotel||Leamington Spa||*Hotel completely non smoking* Created in the early 1920s from three 19th century Victorian ... More..|
*Hotel completely non smoking* Created in the early 1920s from three 19th century Victorian Mansions, retaining the grace and character of the Victorian era. Just two minutes from Leamington town centre, and Warwick Castle and Shakespeares Stratford-upon-Avon within easy travelling distance. Extensive conference facilities and licensed wedding venue.
|4||Dunchurch Park Hotel||Rugby||Dunchurch Park is 72 acre, Warwickshire estate, encompassing a beautiful Grade II listed, Edwardian ... More..|
Dunchurch Park is 72 acre, Warwickshire estate, encompassing a beautiful Grade II listed, Edwardian Manor House, a purpose built conference suite, a permanent marquee and accommodation located in the renovated, Grade II listed stables and custom built wings, close to the main house. The magnificent landscaped gardens and grounds offer leisure facilities such as a short par 3 golf course, a putting green, a tennis court, a croquet lawn, a dedicated field for motorised activities, large flat lawn areas for team building and a high & low ropes course. Alternatively, guests can relax and unwind on the terraces or decking areas or enjoy a pampering treat at our beauty and spa rooms. Located in the historic village of Dunchurch, reputed to have played host at one of its Inns, to the plotters on the eve of November 5th, awaiting the outcome of Guy Fawkes' attempt to blow up the houses of Parliament, the estate of Dunchurch Park has a history dating back to 1767. Centrally located in the Midlands, this versatile venue is easily accessible from the M1, M6 & M45, Coventry & Birmingham Airports & just 50 minutes by train from London Euston. The venue is ideal for conference and events, weddings, private functions or simply a leisure break to explore the local area -with attractions such as Rugby, the town famed for the birth place of the game with the same name,Warwick with its historic castle, Coventry with its theatres and Cathedral and Stratford upon Avon all being within easy reach.
|5||The Rugby Hotel||RUGBY||A fantastically located hotel, steeped in history. The Rugby Hotel is ideally positioned on a bustli... More..|
A fantastically located hotel, steeped in history. The Rugby Hotel is ideally positioned on a bustling market street right next to the famous Rugby School and is a short drive away from the NEC and Silverstone. The Hotel was first opened in the 18th century as a Georgian coaching inn and is fully modernised to cater for the most discerning traveller.
|6||Diamond House Hotel||Rugby||The Diamond House is a privately-run establishment, offering the best in comfort and customer care. ... More..|
The Diamond House is a privately-run establishment, offering the best in comfort and customer care. Conveniently situated on A428, just 2 minutes walk from Rugby town centre and Rugby School and in easy reach of the M1(J18), M6(J1), N.E.C., N.A.C., Silverstone, Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon. •Fully licensed •Ample secure private parking •All rooms are ensuite with TV (free view and Sky) •24 hour laundering service •Free WIFI •Fax, photocopying
|7||Grosvenor Hotel||Rugby||At The Grosvenor Hotel you are assured a personalised service, great value, and the perfect location... More..|
At The Grosvenor Hotel you are assured a personalised service, great value, and the perfect location for business or leisure. Grosvenor hotel has a newly refurbished bar with a SKY SPORTS lounge area, with a restaurant offering an exquisite international menu available every day of the week...... All the rooms are fully en-suite with FREE Wi-Fi (wireless internet access) & have AMPLE FREE PARKING for guests. Grosvenor Hotel is situated walking distance to the City centre and rugby train station. It is only 5 minutes drive to the M6 making it easy to travel to Coventry, Warwick, Stratford upon Avon & NEC Birmingham.
|8||The Hillmorton Manor||Rugby||The Hillmorton Manor Hotel is a unique charming 18th Century Building with bags of character. Situat... More..|
The Hillmorton Manor Hotel is a unique charming 18th Century Building with bags of character. Situated on the outskirts of Rugby & set in the beautiful leafy surroundings of Hillmorton village. It is an ideal location for local business stopovers or for those who wish to relax & visit local tourist attractions such as Rugby School & Football Museum, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick Castle & Althorp Stately Home (resting place of Diana Princess of Wales). We also have a range of local shops & amenities within a very short walking distance of the Hotel. As we are a small independent hotel we pride ourselves on a warm welcome & friendly service. Our 13 bedrooms provide guests with comfort at very affordable prices. All our standard rooms provide guests with en-suite bathroom facilities, Flatscreen tv and tea & coffee making facilities with free Wi-Fi access available. (please note Wi-Fi is not available in our budget single rooms). Our restaurant is open 6 days a week, serving excellent freshly prepared food with a locally renowned Carvery served 12-7pm on Sundays. (please note our restaurant is closed Mondays). With many transport links including the M1 less than 2 miles away, the Hillmorton Manor is an ideal location for business stopovers, functions & leisure breaks. We are within easy reach of the DIRFT Industrial Estate & only 2 miles from the centre of Rugby Town. With Birmingham NEC, Airport & Coventry Airport also nearby, travelling is kept to a minimum.
|9||Brownsover Hall Hotel||Rugby||This Grade II listed Victorian Gothic mansion, nestling in seven acres of woodland and gardens, is s... More..|
This Grade II listed Victorian Gothic mansion, nestling in seven acres of woodland and gardens, is situated just ten minutes from the M6 and offers Free WiFi, Free Parking and the excellent onsite WineGlass Restaurant. This magnificent building has a dramatic interior with sweeping staircase and welcoming log fires. With rich colours and plenty of character and charm the Brownsover Hall Hotel boasts a unique allure. Situated on the edge of Rugby and bordering on three counties, the hotel commands a prime position for visiting Warwick, Stratford-upon-Avon, the north Cotswolds, Birmingham and the NEC. The current building dates back to the mid 19th Century and was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, the English Gothic revival Architect who was also responsible for such renowned designs as the Albert Memorial in London, StPancras Station's Midland Grand Hotel and Glasgow's St Mary's Cathedral. Brownsover Hall Hotel boasts 47 well appointed spacious bedrooms, offering timeless elegance of the 19th century with modern day convenience. The stable block within the grounds has been converted into bedrooms which all have a distinct unique charm, retaining many of the original oak beams. Rooms which are suitable for family stays are also available, as well as suites and executive rooms. All bedrooms have en suite bath or shower facilities, hairdryer, hospitality tray, complimentary WiFi access and an iron and ironing board, while refreshments are available throughout the day from Room Service. The WineGlass Restaurant at Brownsover Hall offers simple, unstuffy service with delicious comforting food prepared with signature Michelin precision and intensity of flavour. Menus follow the seasons, highlighting the very best of local food heritage and Wine features prominently as a signature speciality - a selection of bottles handpicked by the Vineyard's Director of Wine are offered, with over 40 wines and champagnes available by the glass. The hotel also provides private dining facilities for an intimate dinner setting to a more formal reception. A wide selection of wines, beers and other beverages as well as bar snacks and lighter dishes are served in the Sir Frank Whittle Bar, which is a perfect place to relax and unwind. Brownsover Hall Hotel's convenient location and amenities make it an ideal venue for a wide range of events including weddings, private dining, formal receptions, conferences and training seminars. There is ample free parking within the hotel grounds. Located in a quiet area on the outskirts of Rugby, the hotel is perfectly positioned near the M1 and M6 motorways, ensuring easy access for guests of both business and social events. Additionally, being situated in a quiet area on the outskirts of Rugby makes Brownsover Hall the ideal base for exploring all of the region's attractions. The nearby 18 hole Rugby Golf Club is sure to be popular with Golfing enthusiasts, while Clay Pigeon Shooting, Archery and Air Rifle Target Practice can be arrange. The Transport Museum in Coventry offers an insight into the heritage of British motor manufacturing, while also being the home of the ThrustSSC - a simulator that allows you to experience the feel of travelling through the sound barrier at over 760 mph. Stratford-upon-Avon, with its ubiquitous connections to the world famous Playwright William Shakespeare and the historical city of Warwick, which features a famously well preserved castle, are just a short drive away, as well as the fine Regency architecture of Leamington Spa. Rugby Football fans will also be interested to find the Webb Ellis Rugby Football Museum, located in the town centre of Rugby.
|10||The Olde Coach House||Daventry||The Olde Coach House has now opened 11 new deluxe luxury bedrooms in our converted stables, all indi... More..|
The Olde Coach House has now opened 11 new deluxe luxury bedrooms in our converted stables, all individually designed with Porcelanosa bathrooms with rain shower power showers, heated towel rails, bathrobes and luxury toiletries. All the rooms are a modern and contemporary design with a traditional twist. To put a local stamp on the rooms we have named each one after a surrounding village except one which has been christened Guy Fawkes from a nod to Ashby St Ledgers history. Set in the village of Ashby St.Ledger,the village lies on the A361 just off junction 18 of the M1 to the North of Daventry.The estate was mentioned as "Ascebi"(settlement with ash trees) in the Domesday Book of 1086. It was given by the Conqueror to Hugh de Grentemaisnil, a nobleman who came to England with him.In 1375 the estate came by marriage to the Catesby family. They owned it until 1611. In 1485 William Catesby fought for Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth Field. Richard was defeated and William was beheaded. The estate was confiscated, but later returned to Williams son, George. In Elizabeth I time another William was gaoled for hiding Catholic priests. His son Robert was the leader of the Gunpowder plot of 1605, when Guy Fawkes tried to blow up King James and his Parliament. Robert died in a pistol fight after the plot was discovered. The estate later came to l`Ansons and then to the Ashleys and Senhouses. In 1903 Viscount Wimborne bought the Manor. He employed Sir Edwin Lutyens to do work on the house and in the village. The Ashby St Ledgers estate made its money by selling produce from its farms. The home farm however, as on all large estates produced food only for the Manor House. The orignal village pub was demolished to make room for the Lutyens cottages. For a while there was a "club" for estate workers, then a former farmhouse became the Olde Coach House. Inside there is a collection of tools and utensils from a bygone age as well as open lof fireplaces that are always lit in the winter. Experience comfortable and modern rooms alongside good food, good beer and wine and friendly service. Please book a table for the restaurant in advance, to avoid disappointment. The Olde Coach House also boasts a charming rustic Bar with flagstone floors, low beams and open fires, a contemporary Restaurant and fantastic garden and Courtyard area.
|11||The Pigs||Melton Constable||The Pigs has ten superbly appointed bedrooms on the ground,first and second floors. Rustic country s... More..|
The Pigs has ten superbly appointed bedrooms on the ground,first and second floors. Rustic country style combined with modern day technology and luxury, provide a look and feel that will be remembered. A perfect partner to the culinary experience on the ground floor, and superbly located in the Norfolk countryside, just 10 minutes from the coast and a 30 minute drive from Norwich. The Rooms Top quality 6ft pocket sprung beds Norfolk’s only 8ft bed (Room 1)! Egyptian cotton sheets Duck down duvets and pillows Character furniture Comfy seating Desk with wi-fi connection A complimentary copy of the impartial County guide from Our Norfolk. Dogs, unfortunately, are not allowed in our bedrooms Pigs Bathrooms Dual bathing baths Drench showers Excellent vanity space Under-floor heating Excellent towels and cosmetics Pigs Breakfast 15 mile Norfolk breakfast! Fresh juices and excellent coffee Locally sourced muffins, crumpets and breads
|12||Golden Lion Hotel||Rugby||The Golden Lion is a friendly, family-run 3 star hotel and 16th-century inn located in the village o... More..|
The Golden Lion is a friendly, family-run 3 star hotel and 16th-century inn located in the village of Easenhall, just 4 miles from Rugby and 9 miles from Coventry. Convenient access to the M6, M1, A14 and Fosse Way. It has free parking and free Wi-Fi access. The en-suite bedrooms are located in a smart extension, and are equipped with practical, homely items as well as desk with Free Wi-Fi. There are 2 four-poster rooms with spa baths. The bar and restaurant with its log fire and beams serves Real Ales and good food, including a Sunday carvery. There is also a modern function suite.