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Built in 1640, Nailcote Hall Hotel, Golf and Country Club has a long history and has passed through many hands. The hotel was damaged during the English Civil War by Cromwell’s troops before the assault on Kenilworth Castle.
Nailcote Hall is nestled amidst 15 acres of landscaped grounds in the beautiful Warwickshire countryside. Many of the period rooms have attractive views of the gardens and the mature trees – including some of the oldest yews in England – across the estate. The original Jacobean manor 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 and a championship 9-hole golf course that provides a tough test for any player’s short game. The award-winning Oak Room restaurant offers an intimate atmosphere with house speciality flambé dishes cooked at your table.
Birmingham International Airport/Station and the NEC are 10 minutes away by car. Kenilworth Castle is at its doorstep and Warwick Castle is within easy driving distance. There is free Wi-Fi and parking on-site.
Why We Love This Hotel
- Historic 17th Century country house
- One of Britain's most romantic hotels
- Championship 9-hole par 3 golf course
- Superb leisure & country club
- Stunning Roman bath-style indoor pool
- Oak Room's speciality flambé dishes
- Birmingham Airport & NEC nearby
- Free Wi-Fi
- Free parking (150 cars)
- Health club
- Golf course (9-hole)
- 49 Bedrooms
- 11 Meeting rooms
- Non smoking hotel
Bring Back The Romance
Encourage your romantic side by treating yourself and your loved one to a night or two at one of England’s most beautiful Country House Hotels – Nailcote Hall. Set in ...
From £258.00 per room per night
There are bedrooms in both the original building and the newer wing. Each room has been decorated in keeping with the romantic old English charm of this Jacobean manor. Many enjoy picturesque views of the gardens and woodland. All rooms benefit from a queen- or king-sized bed, free Wi-Fi and Sky TV. The hotel features four signature, 17th Century bedrooms - Magnolia, Mulberry, Holly, and Cherry – one four poster room and one suite. Room service is available.
Period style en suite bedroom, 280 sqf, offering free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, DVD player, digital radio, safe, writing desk, direct dial telephone, ironing station, tea and coffee making facilities, toiletries, hairdryer, and key card access. Queen-size bed.
Period style en suite bedroom, 280 sqf, offering free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, DVD player, digital radio, safe, writing desk, direct dial telephone, ironing station, tea and coffee making facilities, toiletries, hairdryer, and key card access. Two single beds.
Four Poster Double
Period style en suite bedroom offering free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, DVD player, digital radio, safe, writing desk, direct dial telephone, ironing station, tea and coffee making facilities, toiletries, hairdryer, and key card access. Four poster bed.
Period style en suite bedroom offering free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, DVD player, digital radio, safe, writing desk, direct dial telephone, ironing station, tea and coffee making facilities, toiletries, hairdryer, and key card access. Lounge area. Queen-size bed.
- Birmingham International Train Station (7 miles)
- Birmingham Airport (8 miles)
Nailcote Lane, Berkswell, Warwickshire CV7 7DE, Great Britain
From the M40:
Exit the M40 at junction 15. Take the A46 for Coventry, then the A4177. Follow the sign to Solihull/Knowle. At the second roundabout, turn right for Stonebridge. Follow the signs for Balsall Common, A452. At Balsall Common, turn right at the first set of traffic lights onto the B4101. The hotel is 1.5 miles along on the right.
From Birmingham Airport:
Follow the signs for Coventry and the A45. Continue on the A45 for 1.4 miles then take the off-ramp to Balsall Common and the A452. At the island, take the third exit onto Kenilworth Road/A452 heading to Balsall Common. Continue on the A452 for 5 miles through Balsall Common. Before leaving Balsall Common, turn left onto Kelsey Lane/B4101. The hotel is 1.6 miles along on the right.
Oak Room RestaurantR
The Oak Room is Nailcote Hall's award-winning fine dining restaurant located in the 17th Century manor house. The low-beamed ceiling and inglenook fireplace coupled with warm lighting and a tartan-style floor create an intimate atmosphere in which to savour fine food; from modern international cuisine to traditional British dishes. The house speciality remains our firm favourite, Steak Diane flambèed at your table and served in a creamy brandy sauce. Sunday lunch is an equally impressive affair, with roast beef, sourced from the hotel's local butcher, personally carved at your table. However you start, make sure you round it off with a delicious home-made prune and Armagnac soufflé with Earl Grey ice cream.
Please reserve a table for dinner in advance.
Al Fresco Dining
In the summer, dining at Nailcote Hall Hotel reveals an altogether different flavour. Take a seat in the fresh open air – sunny or shade – and dine al fresco. Guests wanting to make the most of the fine weather can order food from the bar and enjoy it outside in the hotel's 15 acres of landscaped grounds, which offer an oasis of calm to spend a long summer evening after exploring the local area.
Don’t miss the opportunity to indulge in afternoon tea whilst staying in this glorious setting – savour homemade scones with fruit preserve and cream, sandwiches, cakes and a pot of tea. Both traditional afternoon tea and champagne afternoon tea are available to order and can be enjoyed in the Oak Room, sitting comfortably by the inglenook fireplace. Afternoon tea can be booked in advance, at a special price, when booking your room via ClassicBritishHotels.com.
The unique surroundings of Nailcote Hall Hotel present a wonderful setting for private dinners and celebrations. The hotel caters for reunions, anniversaries, family gatherings, birthday parties, charity and club events, and business dinners. Choose from a range of private rooms, each with its own individual character. For a relaxed atmosphere, Rick's Bar has a Mediterranean street-side bistro feel, with live music and entertainment available. Call Classic British Hotels on 0844 967 0984 for advice and let us help you organise a memorable private dinner.
Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free diets catered for. Early suppers and high chairs available for children.
The exclusive leisure and country club at Nailcote Hall offers residents the opportunity to enjoy a complete range of indoor and outdoor leisure facilities, including a 14-metre Roman bath-style indoor pool and a high-specification gymnasium.
- Indoor pool
- Spa pool
- Steam room
- Personal trainers
Jogging Trail, Croquet & Petanque
Keep fit and take in captivating views of the countryside, the golf course and the serene beauty of the whole estate, with its stretches of mature woodland, on the hotel's 1 km, purpose-built jogging trail. Croquet and pentaque facilities are also available and complement Nailcote Hall's country house character.
Nailcote Hall Golf Club
Today's Golfer magazine's best par 3 course in the country, the Cromwell course provides a tough test of any level of player's short game - the longest hole is only 146 yards. Home of the British Par 3 Championships and the Open Par 3 Championships, this 9-hole gem is in a delightful parkland setting and features all the hazards of a full scale course: ditches, water, no less than 23 bunkers, not to mention elevated greens. Watch out for Nailcote Falls, one of the hardest holes on the course, featuring a heavily contoured green and ponds at the front and back. Nailcote Hall also offers the ideal training environment with the Mark Mouland Golf Academy. In addition to a wealth of international golfing experience, Mark still holds the record of just 19 putts in a round of tournament golf. Are you ready to sharpen your skills?
- 9 holes
- Lake & parkland course
- 1,048 yards
- Par 27
- Putting green
- Golf academy
- PGA qualified tuition
- Equipment hire
- Pro shop
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Safe deposit
- Luggage storage
- Laundry service
- Dry cleaning
- Accessible public areas
Just a 10 minute drive from the hotel, fantastic live experiences are at your doorstep. The NEC welcomes more than 2 million people every year. Around 500 events are held each year at the Centre, ranging from Crufts and Clothes Show Live, to huge international trade exhibitions.
One of Britain’s liveliest cities, Birmingham offers 100s of attractions and events throughout the year. The Bullring shopping centre features over 160 shops, many high-end, including Selfridges. The National Sea Life Centre transports you to an awe-inspiring underwater world, where you can come nose-to-nose with sharks.
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!
Warwickshire is famous for its castles and the spectacular castle ruins of Kenilworth are less than a 10-minute drive from the hotel. Famously the home of Robert Dudley, the Earl of Leicester and the great love of Queen Elizabeth I, the castle dates back to Norman times and is a Grade I listed building. Visitors can follow in the footsteps of Queen Elizabeth I, wandering through the authentic Elizabethan garden, and explore the Gatehouse which features an exhibition on this royal love story.
AA Rosette for fine dining
Top par 3 course in the country - Today's Golfer
TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2014 Winner
Ideally located for business, just off the M42 motorway, 10 minutes from Birmingham International Airport/Station and the National Exhibition Centre, you may be surprised to find Nailcote Hall nestled in the beautiful Warwickshire countryside, in its own 15-acre woodland estate.
Ten fully-equipped meeting spaces incorporate the latest AV technology, including video conferencing. In addition, Rick's bistro-style bar offers a relaxed setting for private dining and there is a marquee in the hotel grounds which can seat up to 240 delegates for dinner or 180 cabaret.
- Ground floor
- Natural daylight
- Wheelchair access