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Nailcote Hall Hotel, Golf & Country Club is nestled amidst 15 acres of landscaped grounds in the beautiful Warwickshire countryside. The original building is a picturesque 17th century black and white timber framed country house. Nailcote Hall Hotel features an excellent health club with a Roman bath style indoor pool, a championship 9-hole golf course and an award-winning restaurant. Birmingham International Airport/Station and the NEC are 10 minutes away by car.
Nailcote Hall is ideally located southeast of Birmingham, west of Coventry and north of Warwick, just 10 minutes drive from Birmingham International Airport/Railway station and the National Exhibition Centre (NEC). A courtesy Bus is available on request when four or more guests are travelling together from or to Birmingham International Railway station, airport or NEC. Wi-Fi Internet access is available throughout the hotel.
Reputed as one of Britain's most romantic hotels, Nailcote Hall is also one of England's beautiful hotels set in 15 acres of Warwickshire Countryside. Guests can relax in this idyllic setting and enjoy the beauty of the gardens and mature trees that surround the hotel including some of the oldest yews in England.
The 17th Century Country House played host to Cromwells Troops at the time of the destruction of Kenilworth Castle at the end of the English Civil War.
The word 'Nailcote' is believed to be derived from the Norman French word for armourer and that the first owner of the property may have been given a grant of land for services rendered during the Norman Conquest. The name was still in use and is recorded during the reign of Edward III (1327 - 1377).
Established as a hotel in 1990, and just 10 minutes drive from Birmingham International Airport/Station and the National Exhibition Centre, Nailcote Hall is a convienient meeting point for those wanting to make the most of their time whether it be for business or pleasure. The hotel is ideally placed for exploring the multitude of attractions in the area including the splendor of Warwickshire Castle, Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon, Coventry Cathedral and The Cotswolds.
All of the bedrooms are furnished to a consistently high standard and reflect the different styles and aspects of the hotel.
Dining at the hotel is a pleasure in the intimate surroundings of the award-winning, candlelight, Tudor Oak Room Restaurant.
Throughout their stay guests have access to the delights of the luxury Leisure and Country Club. Take a swim in the beautiful Roman Bath style pool or relax in the Jacuzzi or steam room. For those wanting to take a bit of exercise a fully equipped gymnasium furnished with the most up-to-date equipment is available as well as a 1km jogging track where runners can take in the views of the countryside and the beauty of the whole estate. Two top quality, all-weather tennis courts - perfect for all tennis enthusiasts are also available. The challenge of The Cromwell Championship 9 hole Par 3 Golf Course awaits golfers of all levels and Croquet and pentaque facilities compliment Nailcote Hall Country House style.
Nailcote Hall's conference facilities have been created to provide a flexible range of rooms for up to 100 delegates with 4 main meeting rooms supported by 3 further smaller rooms.
The 40 en suite bedrooms are spacious and have plasma TV with DVD, tea/coffee making facilities, direct dial telephone, hairdryer, heating control, Free WiFi internet access, electric shaver point, 24 hour room service, trouser press and smoke alarms.
The rooms are located in two areas - the original 17th century house and the newer wing.
Nailcote Hall, Berkswell, one of the small 'stately homes' of England, was built in 1640 just before the start of the English Civil War and it is believed that the Berkswell Church nearby is one of the finest examples of Norman architecture in England.
We believe 'Nailcote' to be derived from the Norman French word for armourer, and that the first owner may have been given a grant of land for services rendered during reign of the Conquest. The name was still in use and is recorded during the reign of Edward III (1327-1377).
During its long history, the house passed into other hands, mainly through marriage. The Lant family made it their home for some 300 years. The house was damaged during the English Civil War by troops of Cromwell's Army before the assault on Kenilworth Castle. A bill was sent to the Parliamentarians and they paid up!
When restoration work was carried out in the recent years, a priest hole was discovered between the breakfast room, now the Oak Room restaurant and the hall. Priest holes were a common feature in houses of this age because of religious persecution in the 16th and 17th Centuries.
In 1780 the house was altered and the Georgian wing was added. In 1984 the hall was opened as a restaurant and won its guide listings in 1985.
In 1989 a new extension to the hotel was opened giving 20 bedrooms, plus a new function room and library.
In 1991 the house was bought by the present owner, Rick Cressman and in 1993 work began to add a new leisure complex to the old wall garden area. Building mainly below ground, the development created a Mediterranean Café Bar and night club, and leisure including a swimming pool, plus a further 20 bedrooms overlooking the extensive grounds.
Nailcote Hall Hotel, Golf & Country Club
Warwickshire CV7 7DE
Tel: +44 (0)1483 776344Fax: +44 (0)1483 730202
From London/South East:
Route 1: Take the M1 North to M45 Coventry, junction 17. Continue from M45 for approximately 20 miles on the A45 and then turn left onto the B4101 signed Knowle (adjacent to the Casino on your left). After just over 1.5 miles turn left into Station Avenue (petrol station on your left). After a quarter of a mile turn right into Duggins Lane. Continue for one mile, then turn left into Nailcote Lane. Nailcote Hall Hotel will be on your left after crossing the railway bridge.
Route 2: Take the M40 North to stratford/Coventry, junction 15 (A46). Follow the A46 towards Coventry and take the first junction (A4177), heading for Solihull. Stay on the A4177 until the next traffic island, then follow the signs to Balsall Common on A452. At the first set of traffic lights, as you enter Balsall Common, turn right onto the B4101. The hotel is approx 1.5 miles further along on the right hand side.
From the South West: Take the M5 North to the M42 (junction 4a). Stay on the M42 to junction 5 (Solihull). Take the right hand exit on A4141 towards Knowle then turn left at Knowle church onto the B4101 signposted for Balsall Common. Go through the traffic lights at Balsall Common. The hotel is 1.5 miles further along on the right hand side.
From the North West: Take the M6 South to junction 4. Follow the signs to Warwick/Leamington on A446 to Stonebridge island. Continue past three major traffic islands on the A452, then past a smaller traffic island at Balsall Common. Continue on until you reach some traffic lights and the junction with the B4101. Turn left and follow the signs to Coventry. The hotel is 1.5 miles further along on the right hand side.
From the North East: Take the M1 South to the M42 (junction 23a). Leave the M42 at junction 6 and join the A45, heading for Coventry. At the next junction take the sliproad exit on the left, signposted for Stonebridge. Follow the A452 towards Warwick/ Leamington. Continue past the next 3 major traffic islands on the A452, then another 2 smaller traffic islands at Balsall Common. Keep going until you reach the traffic lights at the junction with the B4101. Turn left here and follow the signs to Nailcote Hall and Coventry. The hotel is 1.5 miles further along on the right hand side.
Parking: Ample free parking on-site
Rail: Birmingham International Station (7 miles)
Airport: Birmingham International Airport (7 miles) A courtesy Bus is available on request when four or more guests are travelling together from or to Birmingham International Railway Station, airport or NEC.