Best Western Weston Hall Hotel

Weston Lane, Bulkington, Coventry, Warwickshire, CV12 9RU, United Kingdom
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Flights from Coventry Airport

by LizD

Im flying to Ibiza from the New Coventry Airport in a couple of weeks.
Anyone been from there yet?
Whats the facilities, parking etc like?

Have they got a runway or do they just shut the motorway when a plane takes off lol!

Re: Flights from Coventry Airport

by leics

Haven't been yet, but the buildings are sort of pre-fabs. There's a place to buy food and a shop, I think. Don't know about parking, but there's a link on their website so it must exist!

They use the M69 to guide them in (I know, because they go right over us) but I don't think they actually use it as a runway! :-)

Re: Re: Flights from Coventry Airport

by LizD

Thanks for the info.

At least it sounds finished.
I know a couple of months ago I heard it was a bit hit and miss as to whether everything would be ready for the summer season. Thought we might end up in Skeggy:)

Re: Flights from Coventry Airport

by denise16

This is probably too late but, we used Coventry Airport last week highy recomend it. There is a small departure area, none of your usual shopping arcades. The only people that are there will be those waiting for your flight. Staff are really friendly and on return lugauge appears very quickly.
I didn't use teh parkign facilities, got a lift in but tehre is secure parking with free bus link to/from airport.
We would certainly use it again, saves the hastle for us of travelling into Birmingham or East Midlands.
Thompsonfly also allocate seats on checkin so there is no mad rush to the plane.

Travel Tips for Coventry

the new sky dome which houses...

by dinas

the new sky dome which houses a muli screen cinema,two night clubs,ice skating rink which can double as a multi purpose venue. combe abbey hotel & park on the outskirts of the city.if you like golf there is quite a few courses near by also a golf range in sandpits lane keresley with hogans bistro.
the strawberry bank at near by meriden(centre of england) offers a excellent menu for that special occasion. also a family run restuarant in barkers butt lane near the rugby ground in coundon called nortons offers a very good menu just pop in for a coffee. disabled people can loan motorise scooters, wheelchairs from the shopmobility situated by the car park at the rear of the precinct by marks & spencers. coventry caters quite well for the disabled traveller
there are a few out of town shopping areas. i remember the queen coming to the cathedral when it was consecrated. i remember the night that coventry city won the f.a. cup the city came to a standstill and i am not a supporter.

A Roman experience at The Lunt Roman Fort.

by Thistle-Rose

This is a partial reconstruction of a Roman Fort dating back to AD60. It is located right on the edge of the city and can be reached easily by car and also by local bus from Pool Meadow bus station in the city centre. You would need to get number 538 or 539. I don't believe that this is visited enough and this is probably due to it's location and I am sure that not many people, even many who have been to Coventry, would even know it was there!!!

Address: Coventry Road, Baginton, Coventry, CV8 3AJ

The Cocked Hat

by Vickster about The Cocked Hat

Great atmosphere, fantastic food and really friendly, helpful staff. Cost for a three-course meal is around UK£20 per person and it's best to book a table as it can get quite busy. Baileys and Brandy Mousse Dessert or any of the fish dishes.

How's that for a sense of occassion

by sourbugger

Another feature of the 1960's Coventry cathedral is the very fine baptistry window. It was designed by John Piper and features 195 individual stained glass panels that fit into the wall from tip to toe. The modern abstract imagery is somewhat obvious but works very well. There is something very clever about re-interpreting something as quinessentially english as stained glass (yes I know you get it elsewhere but you know what I mean) and bringing it into the 20the century.

The font itself comes from the hillsides around Bethlehem. The water originally came from the River Jordan. Nowadays I thin it just comes out the municipal tap.

There is something very optimistic about this corner of the cathedral and that seems entirely appropriate - baptism is supposed to be about a 'new beginning' and the early 1960's must have also felt like an entirely new beginning after the dark war years and the austerity of the 1950's. Roll on the the Jerusalem.

The New Cathedral

by Pete.Gibson

the decision to build the New Cathedral was made only the day after the old one was destroyed in the blitz. However, Dick Howard the Provost of St. Michael's at that time, did not have retribution in mind. His vision was that the new church would be a sign of faith in humanity and for peace in our future.
A competition open to any architect from the British Commonwealth was held to find the most suitable design for the replacement cathedral.

Sir Basil Spence
was the clear winner and his design has been the subject of much controversy over the years due to its unorthodox style. His cathedral was a radical new approach and a complete break away from traditional style cathedrals. In choosing Mr. Spence, the panel had found a man of great vision who was now able to fulfil his dream. As early as 1944 when serving as a Captain on the Normandy beaches, his answer to a friend who enquired as to his ambitions, was that he wished "To build a cathedral".

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Address: Weston Lane, Bulkington, Coventry, Warwickshire, CV12 9RU, United Kingdom