Village Hotel & Leisure Club Coventry

Dolomite Avenue, Coventry Business Park, Coventry, Warwickshire, CV4 9GZ, United Kingdom

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    Lovely leisure facilities

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    Despite the hotel being busy our check in was swift and the receptionist asked if we'd stayed before. As it was our first visit she took her time to explain where breakfast would be and about the hotels leisure facilities. Our room was pleasant and facilities fine.

    Breakfast was average. Being vegetarian I asked if there was anything suitable for us. The waiter said that we could order vegetarian sausages - which we did. The sausages were very nice but they did only bring my husband I two sausages on a plate to share which was disappointing (my hubby is a chunky 6ft bloke). As they were cooked to order we did not want to wait any longer - so if you are veggie ask for TWO VEGGIE SAUSAGES EACH :-)

    We did not eat at the restaurant and were put off by prices, poor veggie selection and poor reviews on tripadvisor. However, there was a Sainsbury supermarket less than a 10 minute walk away - so we were able to find something suitable plus a nice bottle of wine to wash our meal down. The window sill was nice and cool so perfect for keeping our cheeses, salads and veggie slices cool.

    I would stay here again and for £59 a night for a room with breakfast and leisure facilities included it was really good value for money

    Unique Quality: The leisure facilities were great and as there were specific times when children were not permitted to use the pool - it was ideal for a quiet swim. The steam room and sauna were a good size and the jacuzzi pool was a nice spot to relax.

    Directions: An industrial area off a major road -could be easy to miss.

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Thomsonfly luggage

by davesut

Does anyone know if luggage allowances can be pooled when flying Thomsonfly from Coventry or is it like other budget airlines where no pooling is allowed?

RE: Thomsonfly luggage

by katcoota

If by luggage pooling you mean two people travelling together putting the contents of their two 5 kg bags into one, then I believe it is not allowed.

The argument is that the overhead lockers can't take the weight, which makes no sense at all as you could still put the two 5 kg bags in that overhead locker and the result is 10 kg!!!!

RE: Thomsonfly luggage

by davesut

Checked in luggage not hand luggage

Travel Tips for Coventry

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by sexy_cov_DJ

I would immediately be out on the *** down ikon or diva because they are basically all weve got in terms of nightclubs WE NEED MORE!! My fondest Memory, hmm thats a tough one i havent been aroung that long. The Talent is very good, tarty girls, pretty girls but if you touch a blokes g/f without knowing, your F****d, oh but stay out of areas like Hillfields, Pridmore(very bad), Wood End

Ice Hockey in England

by Pete.Gibson

Go and see the Coventry Blaze in action you will be suprised, They play on most Sunday evenings at home, face off at 6pm, Tickets are reasonably priced and its sutible for the whole family , season runs from Sept to Mar, Coventry Blaze are current UK champions winning the Grand slam last year

The picture shows the remains...

by Vickster

The picture shows the remains of one of our older buildings. It's in Much Park Street in the city centre. Follow the road to the end and you'll find the timber-framed building of the city's toy museum.

The first totally modern cathedral

by unexplored

As an armaments centre, Coventry was a prime target for German bombing raids in WWII and in 1940 the medieval cathedral in the city centre was hit.
After the war, the ruins were left as a reminder and are now a place of contemplation and the venue for Mystery Plays held every two years as a symbol of reconciliation.
The new St Michael's Cathedral designed by Sir Basel Spence was bult beside it.
The broad steps leading to the entrance are guarded by a striking bronze figure by Sir Joseph Epstein of St Michael triumphing over the devil.
Inside is Graham Sutherland's tapestry showing Christ in Glory above the altar. The Baptistry is dominated by a window with impressive abstract stained glass, the work of John Piper and there is a font consisting of a rugged boulder brought from Bethlehem. The small Chapel of Gethsemane is protected by a screen in the form of the crown of thorns, designed by Spence himself.

There is no charge for admission, but the cathedral does rely on visitor donations.

My favourite part of Coventry Cathedral

by sourbugger

Given the history of the Cathedral I feel that, for me, the entrance screen is the most absorbing, symbolic and overpowering aspect of the cathedral. Basil Spence, the architect, saw it as an integral part of his vision. The bombed out cathedral needed to be connected to the new once that decision was made to start again rather than just restore the old.

I believe that he orginally had an idea for a glass screen that could be lowered to allow an open air connection between the old and the new as it would lower into a slot in the ground. I guess that cost, practicality and english weather saw an end to that idea. The screen became a fixed structure and much large - allowing john Hutton to create an artistic masterpiece on saints and angels etched onto vast panes of glass. The saints were picked because they were thought to be the ones that brought christianity to Britain.

Its most imprtant feature is, perhaps, its transpaent nature - old and new can see each other clearly face to face - bombed out shell and the new pheonix rising from the ashes.

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 Village Hotel & Leisure Club Coventry

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Address: Dolomite Avenue, Coventry Business Park, Coventry, Warwickshire, CV4 9GZ, United Kingdom