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Inns in Coleshill

Coleshill Hotel
152-156 High Street,
Coleshill
Warwickshire

B46 3BG | View map

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The Coleshill Hotel is situated in the historic town of Coleshill and offers 23 en suite bedrooms with all expected facilities.
The majority of the bedrooms are situated within the main building, with a small number of bedrooms housed in the Georgian Annex known as Ferndale House, which is just across the road.
Whether you are staying for business or pleasure, the staff will give you a really warm welcome and do their best to help you enjoy your stay.

Once inside, you will discover a recently refurbished open plan, relaxed, cosy space to enjoy a drink or maybe a meal in one of the fireside leather sofas or a quiet corner. The welcoming rustic ambience creates the perfect setting.

The Cameo Suite was originally built as the town's cinema but has, in recent years, been the town's largest dedicated conference and banqueting facility. Refurbished in 2001, the suite is self-contained from the main building with its own private lobby, toilet facilities and bar, allowing that added touch of privacy and importance.

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