Premier Inn Coventry (Binley / A46)

Rugby Road, Binley Woods, Coventry, CV3 2TA, United Kingdom
Premier Inn Coventry - Binley / A46
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Travel Tips for Coventry

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by Vickster

An umbrella.
Although we have plenty of lovely, sunny days we also have plenty of wet ones too. At least if you bring a brolly you won't be caught unawares! There can be a lot of wasps around during summer months so insect repellent / ointment for sting relief might be a good idea, especially if travelling with children. Everything should be readily available. There are several good photographic shops within the city centre. Coventry's not near a beach but there is an open air swimming pool in nearby Kenilworth.

Medieval Ruin

by Pete.Gibson

This medieval ruin was unearthed after the blitz of 1940; the bombs destroyed most of much park street. The building was excavated in n1971 and some pottery dating back to the 1200s and 1300s was uncovered its believed to be a merchants house

Not just a Curry House

by grayfo about The Royal Bengal

The restaurant is a small, neighbourhood Indian restaurant close to the centre of Earlsdon, a suburb of Coventry. The food is excellent and the prices are reasonable. The staff are very friendly and always busy as the restaurant is very popular. Nargis Kebab £3.20
Tandoori Mixed Grill £7.75

Washed down with Cobra Premium lager

symbolism in spades

by sourbugger

Coventry catedral was voted the best loved English building of the 20th century afew years back. It's not hard to see why when the place is so resonant in symbolism connecting it to the momentus events of history of that century.

Coventry, arguably, suffered more than any other city in England during WW2. Much of the inner city was lost to the Luftwaffe. The rebuliding of the cathedral was completed in 1962. This particular chapel draws us back closer to that time as Coventry has become a symbol of forgiveness and reconcilliation since those awful nights in the 1940's where bombr ripped the heart out of wonderful ancient cities right across Europe.

The stained glass of the chapel was provided by a vast range of german churches whilst the floor mosaic was a present from neutral Sweden.

The place also has a strong ecumenical flavour as befits such a theme.

The 'video' i've left a connection to gives a real sense of this spiritual and contemplative place.

Coventry Canal Basin and Canalside

by Thistle-Rose

This is a beautiful little hidden spot just a short walk from the city centre over a footbridge. It is where the Coventry Canal ends and there are some nice little arty shops and cafes. In the spring and summer it usually has a lot to offer as it is a glorious way to spend an afternoon, sitting outside in the sunshine with a cool drink in a quaint little area. The Canal Basin also often has small events and little markets which are a nice attraction too. You could opt to take a short walk along the canal and just simply turn and head back when you have had enough although if you fancy a much longer walk you could eventually find yourself at the lovely Hawkesbury junction. This picturesque place is where the Coventry and Oxford canals meet. There is a fab pub 'They Greyhound' which has won awards for it's famous and scrumptious meat pies. A lovely place to spend a bit of time - if you have any to spare in this busy vibrant city!!!


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