Whether you’re visiting for the day or staying in Coventry a little longer; why not get cultural at one of our free attractions, step back in time at a world famous heritage site. This heritage city is best known for historic sites like the Coventry Cathedral, the Lady Godiva statue, and St Mary’s Guildhall.
When it comes to where to stay in Coventry, the choices are limitless. Ranging from an exquisite charming Cistercian Abbey to charming country house hotels, luxury spa resorts and popular big name chains, Coventry offers something for every requirement and occasion.
~Explore Coventry, Attractions and Places to Visit in Coventry~
~Food and Drinks in Coventry~
Coventry has a huge range of options for food and drink. There are many restaurants, cafes, bars and pubs across the city, all with their own take on modern and classic cuisines. There is certainly no shortage of places to eat and drink in Coventry.
Whether it's fine dining, pub grub or something a little more exotic that takes your fancy, the sheer number of restaurants in Coventry means you're sure to be well catered for.
At Castle Yard we have a huge range of speciality teas, fresh lemonade and coffee. Whether a quick coffee catch up, business meeting, Castle Yard Tea is just what you need.
Large chain pub known for its beer selection offering a British menu and a calm atmosphere. This is named after the fondly remembered motor car...
~Shopping, Health & Wellbeing in Coventry~
Make sure to discover Coventry’s diverse neighbourhoods, from tranquil suburbs to central areas full of shopping, entertainment and dining options.
Coventry has independent shops dotted throughout the city, though there are some streets with more shops than others. There are also a number of specialist shops, including jewellers, art galleries, toy stores, antiques dealers and seaside gift shops, as well as countless boutiques.
~What’s on in Coventry the versatile website!~
We have people visiting our website from all over the country and helping them have a good time in Coventry. Using our What's On In Coventry website you can explore the best places to visit, things to do, hotels, restaurants and much more! We even have an online business directory where you can search for the services of various trades people and many other sectors.
Visitors, students and residents of Coventry can find information about local services and amenities or visit Events to find out more about local events or Local Traders about local tradespeople.
Estate agencies in Coventry are offering a great variety of properties on the area's favourite locations. In Coventry you can find an excellent selection of properties for sale and rent.
We engage adults of all ages and physical abilities from all areas of Coventry. Whether new to the city, a student from overseas, a migrant, bereaved, retired, a new parent, just out of hospital, dealing with an illness or condition that limits their ability to get out, or just out of practice with socialising and getting more active and ‘out there.’
~Things to do in Coventry, Activities and Family Activities in Coventry~
~Latest Coventry Lifestyle & Culture News~
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Thousands pass it every day, blissfully unaware of its historical significance They used to be dotted all around Coventry. Today, only a few cast iron drinking fountains are still in…
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