The Village hotel is located in Coventry Business Park and is 20 minutes from Birmingham the UK’s 2nd largest city, it has very easy access to all major airports and is 10 minutes away from the training facilities at Warwick University
Village hotels are a new kind of hotel where cutting-edge style meets everyday affordability. Welcome to a place where vibrant energy meets cool, understated design. Welcome to relaxing bedrooms, invigorating, state-of-the-art health and fitness clubs, and buzzing bars and restaurants. Welcome to a new vibe - sleek, suave and stylish.
A buzzing restaurant mixes fully flavoured service with excellent food, and a lively pub dishes out drinks alongside mouth-watering kitchen classics and with the state of the art health and fitness centre and full length swimming pool with relaxation spas and saunas everything required for your trip is under one roof.
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Within 10 minutes of the hotel are the training facilities based at Warwick University’s Cryfield Pavillion. The Cryfield Sports Pavilion is set in beautiful countryside, offering views towards Kenilworth, and is an excellent venue easily accessible on Campus and to the major motorway network in the Midlands.
The Pavilion primarily services activities that take place on the adjoining extensive outdoor grass playing fields that stretch out into the beautiful Warwickshire countryside. It provides 24 team changing rooms, 3 physiotherapy rooms, 2 referee changing areas, large reception area, a social space equipped with a bar and high spec kitchen facilities able to accommodate 150-200 guests.
The area currently has 8 pitches available for use by the University Community and by selected external professional teams and squads. 6 grass and 2 new generation.
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