Situated in a peaceful location in the rural village of Honiley in Warwickshire is the charming Honiley Court Hotel that dates back to the 16th century when it was originally constructed as a farmhouse.
Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire and lies on the River Avon. Easily accessible by car as it is near the M40 motorway, Warwick is a historic town with an Anglo-Saxon and Viking past, and the town centre is full of historic architecture and contains a mixture of Tudor and 17th century buildings. Founded on the banks of the River Avon in 914 AD, Warwick is built on a small hill, and the Anglo-Saxon town was surrounded partly by a wall and partly by a ditch.
Kenilworth Castle, Warwickshire
Kenilworth Castle is one of England's most spectacular castle ruins, and the magnificent stone mote and bailey fortress is also the largest castle ruin in England. Founded in the 1120s, Kenilworth Castle has been owned by numerous Kings, used as a prison and been the setting for the longest siege in British history during its 900 year history.
Distance to Kenilworth Castle: 4.4 miles
Warwick Castle is a famous medieval castle which dates back to the 10th century. The castle is a Grade I listed building, and is a typical castle with a Great Hall, State rooms, Chapel, Ghost Tower and dungeons. Warwick Castle was built by William the Conqueror in 1068 and used as a fortification until the early 17th century when it was converted into a country house by Sir Fulke Greville.
Distance to Warwick Castle: 7.4 miles
The NEC, Birmingham is the busiest exhibition centre in Europe, staging more than 180 exhibitions and accommodating up to four million visitors each year. Hosting exhibitions ranging from world-famous public shows such as the Crufts Dog Show and Clotheshow Live to international trade exhibitions like IPEX and Spring Fair.
Distance to Honiley Court Hotel: 10.9 miles
Birmingham Bull Ring
Bull Ring is the glamorous shopping heart of Birmingham with over 160 of the most imaginative and desirable shops for you to explore. These include Selfridges and Debenhams, as well as more than 25 restaurants, providing the perfect refreshments after the retail therapy!
Originally a market place in the 1800s, this new complex is a massive 110,000 square metres in size and features a dramatic skyplane roof made of glass forming a virtually invisible covering over Bullring's seemingly 'open' malls. At only 20 minutes drive from the hotel, come to the Bull Ring for the ultimate shopping experience in Birmingham.
Distance to Honiley Court Hotel: 17.3 miles