B and Bs in Kenilworth

Loweridge House
Hawkesworth Drive
Off Tainters Hill


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Loweridge House in Kenilworth is a beautifully restored early Victorian property offering sumptuously comfortable guest accommodation in four deluxe en-suite bedrooms.

We are situated in a quiet conservation area yet within walking distance of the town centre, Kenilworth Castle, Abbey Fields, and Old Kenilworth with its characteristics shops, houses, restaurants and gastro-pubs.

Three of our four deluxe rooms are situated on the ground floor and each opens onto a private south facing patio area equipped with garden furniture. All rooms are delightfully tranquil with views of the garden and Kenilworth’s famous water tower. They are all beautifully furnished with king size or super king sized beds, large en-suite bathrooms with shower or shower & bath. All rooms are provided with tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryers and bathrobes. We also provide a LCD TV/ DVD player and internet access via a secure router.


Ratings/Awards: Visit Britain 5 Star - nominated for a gold accolade
Number of Rooms: 4
Number Ensuite: 4

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Breakfast and VAT
Double: £95
Twin: £95
Single: £70 - Single occupancy
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