Part of the borough of Nuneaton and Bedworth, Nuneaton is the largest town with a variety of transport links ideal for business travellers and families alike. The town is 9 miles away from Coventry and 20 miles away from Birmingham, and it is only a few miles from the Counties Leicestershire , Staffordshire and Derbyshire.
The best way to stay in this area and enjoy all of its attractions is to stay in one of our hotels in Nuneaton, giving you ample opportunity to explore the area and see what it has to offer. By choosing to stay in our Nuneaton Bedworth Hotel you can be sure to be close to both Birmingham Airport and Nuneaton train station, providing you with good transport options. This hotel is also in the middle of both Nuneaton and Bedworth – 2.5 miles from both – meaning you have the chance to take full advantage of each area.
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Nuneaton is well known for its connections to the famous writer George Eliot, who was born just outside of the town in 1819. However, the town is also popular for Nuneaton Abbey, located on Castle Road and just 13 minutes from our Nuneaton hotel. Here you can explore the history of the original Abbey and take a relaxed stroll around the local area; you also have the option to stay in one of our hotels near Coventry, giving you ample opportunity to visit Coventry Cathedral which is located on Priory Street - the Cathedral’s architecture and 1000-year history will definitely impress.
If you’re up for a 25-minute drive, don’t miss the chance to visit the stunning Kenilworth Castle just 16 miles away; this castle offers the ideal day out for the entire family, boasting some magnificent Tudor gardens and tower views that really are second to none.
Things to do near Nuneaton
The market town of Bedworth is located in the same borough as Nuneaton, just between Nuneaton and Birmingham, and is a popular weekend break spot. Bedworth is home to a trove of historic buildings and churches which are full of classic charm. The town is easy to reach from our cheap Nuneaton Hotel, giving you a chance to explore a variety of local places which are right on your doorstep.
With rows of former weavers’ cottages located along Mill Street, you can take a look at how the skilled Huguenot weavers lived many years ago - it’s a fun way to teach children about local history. And if you’re looking for something more lively during your stay in the borough, why not head down to this summer’s Nuneaton Carnival? This is a real family treat, boasting a huge fun fair and a traditional gala along with a variety of games everyone can get involved in.