Places to visit in or near Nuneaton

The large town of Nuneaton is located in the county of Warwickshire and is probably most famous for its connections with the 19th century author George Eliot. A good selection of shops, eating places and accommodation is available and is easily accessed from major roads and motorways. Home to the largest Carnival in Warwickshire, held every June.
10 Results In Or Near Nuneaton
0.5 miles from the centre of Nuneaton
This beautiful Victorian building with beamed ceilings is full of character and is located on a quiet street about half a mile from the town of Nuneaton.
5.5 miles from the centre of Nuneaton
This hotel, which is housed in a former bakery, offers an on-site bar that serves authentic cask ales and has a working mill wheel and oak beams.
6.2 miles from the centre of Nuneaton
The Battlefield Heritage Centre & Country Park is a colourful multi award winning interactive experience telling the story of the Battle of Bosworth 1485.
9.3 miles from the centre of Nuneaton
The main centre of Coventry is only 4 miles away from this classic hotel. It offers up todate rooms and free parking and is located just off the A46 with,,,,
10.5 miles from the centre of Nuneaton
Old Mill Hotel offers accommodation with free WiFi access throughout and on-site private parking a 10-minute drive from the centre of Coventry.
10.5 miles from the centre of Nuneaton
The Old Lion, in Harborough Magna, is a quintessentially English pub with some lovely modern twists that make it a must visit destination. Boasting a gin collection of over 50 types, including Persian blue marshmallow, and black tomato, this welcoming and friendly pub also has a wide selection of real ales, good quality wines and sumptuous spirits.
13.0 miles from the centre of Nuneaton
The Abbey Field Hotel and Restaurant Kenilworth is located on the Old High Street, near Kenilworth town centre, and offers boutique-style en suite rooms.
13.4 miles from the centre of Nuneaton
Take a step back in time at the 1620s House and Garden and explore the recreated early 17th century house & grounds to see how people lived 400 years ago.
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