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Brownsover Hall Hotel is a magnificent Grade II listed, Victorian Gothic mansion surrounded by 7 acres of beautiful woodlands and gardens on the edge of Rugby, in Warwickshire. This magnificent building has a dramatic interior with a sweeping staircase and crackling log fires, full of rich colours and plenty of character and charm.
The bedrooms are split between the main house, the converted stable block and the Coach House. Its WineGlass Restaurant celebrates the very best of local food through the seasons. Wine features prominently and there are 40 handpicked wines available by the glass.
Between 1936 and 1941, Frank Whittle, the inventor of the world’s first prototype jet engine built in Rugby, based himself at Brownsover Hall, where he designed and developed early prototype engines.
Why We Love This Hotel
- Magnificent Victorian Gothic mansion
- Glorious garden & woodland setting
- Garden view bedrooms
- Grandeur of the WineGlass Restaurant
- 40 handpicked wines, by the glass
- Canalside walking
- Free Wifi
- Free parking
- 47 Bedrooms
- 3 Meeting rooms
- Non smoking hotel
Standard Double Room
Elegantly designed en suite bedroom offering free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, international direct dial telephone, iron & ironing board, razor electrical socket, smoke alarms, temperature control and television.
Standard Twin Room
Elegantly designed en suite bedroom offering free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, free wireless internet access (WiFi), international direct dial telephone, iron & ironing board, razor electrical socket, smoke alarms, temperature control and television
Executive Double Room
Traditional style en suite bedroom with small seating area offering free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, free wireless internet access (WiFi), international direct dial telephone, iron & ironing board, razor electrical socket, smoke alarms, temperature control and television
Studio Bridal Suite
Traditional style ensuite very spacious room, 484 sqf. One super king bed. Located in the main house. Room service available.
- Rugby Railway Station (2 miles)
- Birmingham International Airport (25.7 miles)
- Coventry Airport (15.9 miles)
- East Midlands Airport (34.8 miles)
Old Brownsover, Rugby, Warwickshire CV21 1HU, Great Britain
From the M6 Motorway
Leave the M6 motorway at Junction 1 and take the A246 dual carriageway towards Rugby. At the second roundabout, take the third exit (right turn, signposted Brownsover Hall Hotel) into Brownsover Lane. The Hotel entrance is 400 yards along on your right.
From the M1 Motorway
Leave the M1 motorway at Junction 19 and take the M6 motorway towards Birmingham. Leave the M6 motorway at Junction 1 and take the A246 dual carriageway towards Rugby. At the second roundabout, take the third exit (right turn, signposted Brownsover Hall Hotel) into Brownsover Lane. The Hotel entrance is 400 yards along on your right.
From the M5 Motorway
Leave the M5 motorway at Junction 4A and take the M42. Leave the M42 at Junction 3A and take the M40 (signposted London). Leave the M40 at Junction 15 and take the A46 towards Coventry. At the forth intersection, take the A45 - Coventry Ring Road. At the next roundabout (near Coventry Airport) leave at the exit signposted M45. Turn left onto the A4071, signposted Rugby, and continue into Rugby Town Centre. Follow the signs for the A426 - Leicester. You will pass under railway arches, after which you will reach a roundabout. Turn right at this roundabout following signs to the M6/Leicester. Continue straight over the next two roundabouts. At the third roundabout, take the first exit (left turn signposted Brownsover Hall Hotel & Ambulance Station). The Hotel entrance is 400 yards along on your right.
Enjoy a fine dining experience amidst the grandeur of the impressive WineGlass Restaurant offering the best of English cooking with fresh ingredients sourced locally wherever possible. Fine wine is a speciality in the WineGlass restaurant and there are 40 wines and champagnes available by the glass, each of them handpicked.
Sir Frank Whittle Bar
A wide selection of wines, beers and other beverages can be found in the Sir Frank Whittle Bar, which is a perfect place to relax and unwind. A range of light meals and bar snacks are served from 10.00am to 10.00pm all week.
Rugby Golf Club
Brownsover Hall proudly offers guests the opportunity to tee-off at the nearby, 18 hole Rugby Golf Club. A parkland course with many established trees, its' natural features make it a 'thinking man's' course. The Clifton brook runs through the middle of the course affecting 9 holes, the Oxford canal affects another three and there is also a pond on the 14th, making it an interesting and challenging course.
A compact 67 acres, the course is short but demanding and presents a challenge for even the most experienced golfer. The course measures 5614 yards and is a par 68.
- 24-hour front desk
- Express check-out
- Room service
- Safe deposit
- Luggage storage
- Laundry service
- Dry cleaning
- Accessible public areas
Described as 'Britain's greatest medieval experience,' visitors of Warwick Castle can delve into over 1,000 years of fascinating history. Venture inside the Castle's imposing walls and you will find the lavish interiors of the Great Hall, the Earl's private Chapel and the state rooms. The Castle features a whole host of attractions, including 64 acres of landscaped gardens, the gruesome castle dungeon, the dragon tower, based on the hit BBC One family drama Merlin, a 22-tonne working trebuchet, and the Kingmaker experience, where you will need your wits about you as you prepare for battle alongside a medieval army. Godspeed!
AA Rosette for fine dining
An ideal, central conference location with excellent transport links. Rugby Train station is just 2 miles away from the hotel and offers direct links to London Euston Station, in Central London, in less than one hour.
All three meeting rooms offer multi-media projection and the 7 acres of beautiful woodlands and gardens surrounding the hotel provide excellent space for teambuilding.
The Drawing Room
The Drawing Room is an elegant room with plenty of space making it ideal for presentations, exhibitions, seminars and private dining.
The Old Library
A room for medium sized events, The Old Library is elegant, bright and airy with views of the gardens. The Old Library connects with the Study, which can be used as a break out room or a private place to meet before dining.
Ideal for board meetings, small training seminars, and private dining, The Study provides a private and discrete space in the heart of the Victorian mansion.