Situated in a peaceful location in the rural village of Honiley in Warwickshire is the charming 3 Star Honiley Court Hotel which dates back to the 16th century when it was originally constructed as a farmhouse. The farm was transformed into a pub called The Boot Inn which is now incorporated into the Hotel, conserving features of the original building and maintaining the original character.
Honiley Court Hotel is near Warwick and ideally located close to the major motorway network of the M6, M40 and M42 and with a small business park in Honiley it is ideal as a conference venue or business hotel. Warwick Parkway railway station is just 6 miles from the hotel whilst Birmingham international airport is only 11 miles away.
Honiley Court Hotel near Warwick offers 62 well-equipped bedrooms in Single, Twin, Double and Executive room type. All bedrooms are spacious, comfortable and en-suite and include the following facilities: trouser press or iron and ironing board, hair dryer and hospitality tray.
Many bedrooms feature un-spoilt views of the surrounding countryside, whilst the Executive bedrooms feature queen beds and contemporary furnishings.
The Boot Restaurant
The Boot Restaurant, the in-house restaurant at Honiley Court Hotel, provides an extensive à la carte menu and well-priced three-course Sunday lunch menu. Providing a modern dining experience which is popular with locals and guests alike, the fine food is ideally complemented by a selection of wines from around the world.
The Boot Bar serves light snacks and is ideal for a more relaxed dining experience.
Nearby tourist attractions include Warwick Castle, Birmingham NEC, Cadbury World, Drayton Manor and the Birmingham Bullring shopping centre.
Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire and lies on the River Avon. Easily accessible by car as it is near the M40 motorway, Warwick is a historic town with an Anglo-Saxon and Viking past, and the town centre is full of historic architecture and contains a mixture of Tudor and 17th century buildings. Founded on the banks of the River Avon in 914 AD, Warwick is built on a small hill, and the Anglo-Saxon town was surrounded partly by a wall and partly by a ditch.
The mediaeval core of Warwick was prevented from expansion by the surrounding open spaces such as the Common, Warwick Racecourse, the grounds of the Priory and the River Avon, and later, Warwick Castle. This means that Warwick is packed with buildings of historic interest in a small area, meaning there is plenty to see and do in Warwick. In particular, Warwick Castle one of the most spectacular and complete mediaeval castles in the country and has been inhabited continuously since the Middle Ages.
Visiting Warwick is a memorable experience with numerous attractions for all ages including the famous Warwick Castle, Fusiliers Museum, Oken's House, Charlecote Park and Warwick Racecourse. Warwick also has an ever-growing reputation for the variety of its cafes, restaurants and other eateries, so there are plenty of places to enjoy some refreshments after some sightseeing.
Honiley Court Hotel is a charming Warwick hotel in the rural village of Honiley, just a stone's throw away from Warwick. Offering peaceful 3 star Warwick accommodation, Honiley Court Hotel is located close to the major motorway network and only 10 miles from Birmingham International Airport and therefore an ideal Warwick hotel. Many events are held throughout the year in Warwick's Market Square and the Market Place hosts a regular Charter Market every Saturday as well as fortnightly themed Farmers markets and French Markets.
Birmingham International Airport
Birmingham International Airport is only 11 miles away.