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Birmingham Road, Allesley , Coventry, CV5 9AL
Located in a picturesque and secluded part of the West Midlands countryside, the Best Western Plus Windmill Village Hotel, Golf, Leisure & Spa provides quality 4 star accommodation with diverse conference and banqueting facilities alongside luxury spa day experiences, all accentuated by a glorious 18-hole golf course and stunning rural countryside.
Perfect for both business or leisure.

We’re centrally located supported by links to all major local motorways and are within easy reach of the M40, M6 and M5, meaning it couldn’t be easier to access from Birmingham, Coventry, Solihull or the surrounding areas. What’s more, we are situated near to the National Exhibition Centre (NEC), Birmingham International Airport and Train Station, Coventry’s Ricoh Arena, as well as a whole range of fantastic attractions including Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick Castle, Cadbury’s World, the National Motorcycle Museum and much more.

Accommodation
As a guest at Best Western Plus Windmill Village Hotel you will enjoy a blend of modern comforts within a traditional hotel with 105 impeccably maintained luxurious guest bedrooms. We offer a range of room options and are one of the premier luxury hotels in the West Midlands, perfect for families, weekend leisure breaks, and business travellers alike.

In the main hotel building, there are stylish, well-appointed superior and executive rooms, some of which offer stunning panoramic views over our 18-hole golf course, lake and surrounding countryside. Alongside the hotel, there are comfortable lodge-style standard rooms with outside parking and in the original coaching inn, there are traditional wood-beamed rooms with unique period features. We offer a range of room packages and all our room rates are inclusive of complimentary use of the hotel leisure facilities, overnight car parking and VAT.

Golf, Leisure & Spa
Here at the Best Western Plus Windmill Village, we’re more than just a hotel, offering our guests a wide variety of great leisure facilities to make your stay with us one to remember.

From our gorgeous 18-hole golf course through to our large, fully-equipped gymnasium with the latest cardio vascular equipment and range of free weights, as well as a 20 metre heated pool, including steam room and sauna, we have something for everyone.

With three stunning treatment rooms our luxury spa facilities provide the ideal place to indulge your body and mind, where our experienced and educated therapists will revitalise you with a range of spa treatments and packages.

Dining Opportunities
Here at the Best Western Plus Windmill Village Hotel we offer two distinctly different dining experiences; the Fairways Restaurant and the Cellar Bar catering for all your culinary needs.

The Fairways Restaurant provides classic cuisine while offering spectacular views over the golf course, lake and surrounding countryside. All dishes served from our á la carte menu are made from fresh produce using locally sourced ingredients providing an exquisite fine dining experience.

While our stylish Cellar Bar offers a more casual dining option delivering the very best from its Bar & Grill menu. With large comfortable sofas and plasma television screens offering a variety of channels including sky sports, you can relax in homely surroundings and enjoy the friendly atmosphere. We also provide a number of traditional ales to complement your meal alongside an extensive wine and drinks menu.

Conference & Banqueting
Here at the Best Western Plus Windmill Village Hotel, we can offer more than just a hotel and dining experience. With eight multi-purpose event suites that can be used for a multitude of occasions ranging from wedding ceremonies and banquets to business conferences, corporate events and seminars, makes us your first choice for the perfect venue and accommodation in the west Midlands.
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86% recommended this accommodation to a friend 86% would stay again
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Room was like a broom cupboard!
The hotel itself looked lovely as I drove up to it and even the reception, but once I opened the door to my room and realised there was no window, and even worse, no air conditioning I could have cried!
It was the worst hotel room I have ever stayed in .... ever.
Consequently the next morning I had a headache because the room was so hot and stuffy.
It was sad really because the breakfast and the hotel were really nice other than the room, but it has reflected in the fact I would not chose to stay at this hotel again.

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Dawn C

From Darlington, UK
Who stayed in August 2013

Travelling alone

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Excellent
One night stay as a stop over for a family holiday.
Hotel was an unexpected gem!! The accommodation was luxurious, the staff were superb, the setting was beautiful, the restaurant food was sublime and the price was extremely cheap. A++

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P Huckle

From UK
Who stayed in August 2013

Family with young children

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When we booked our room is stated that the room had a double bed plus two singles, when we turned up it has a double with two spring fold out beds which were uncomfortable and my kid ended up sleeping on the matress on the floor.
Food qulaity was good but they wanted a £5 supplement on meals with steak.
Our room was next to were the hotel kept hotel machine/vehicles so at 6am we had vehicles being started outside our room. Not very nice.
Definately a Hotel to stay away from.

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Graham L

From Royston, UK
Who stayed in August 2013

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Rooms are not suited for family on web site it states double bed plus 2 single beds this room is not available only with double bed and fold up beds not what I paid for. the staff and service in the restaurant was a disgrace. we were left for 15 min waiting on a pot of tea one morning and on another morning we were nearly not being allowed in because they said we had already been down for breakfast. They just ignored us and was not aware until the last day of a 5 night stay that there a menu of other food the chef would cook if required and not on display.

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J O'Connor

From Bray, Republic of Ireland
Who stayed in August 2013

Family with young children

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Great Family Stay
Stayed here for one evening, wanted a hotel near Warwick Castle with a pool. We got a great price for the room and this included Breakfast for us all. We had a family room, double bed and twin beds for the kids. Well stocked tea tray with biscuits. The pool was great as well the kids loved it. The room was on ground level and had french windows opening out onto a patio which overlooked the lush green golf course. My son wanted extra biscuits and the receptionist sent someone to the room with a whole pile of them - he was delighted. All in all a lovely hotel and would recommend for a stay before or after visiting Warwick Castle.

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J Warner

From Wellingborough, UK
Who stayed in August 2013

Family with young children

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Fantastic break
The hotel was lovely with fantastic views from our balcony. All staff were friendly and very helpful. The leisure facilities were great and we made full use of the pool. Enjoyed ourselves so much we even stayed an extra night.

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J Bowe

From Cockermouth, UK
Who stayed in August 2013

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Excellent stay
Staff very polite and helpful, room clean and nicely sized. Had lovely view of the fields outside. Spa access free with room, lovely pool.
Only issues were small, cigarette burn in duvet cover, and back door lock broken, didn't seem very secure. Apart from that very good stay. Would definitely stay again.

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Emma M

From Walsall, England
Who stayed in August 2013

Travelling alone

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Dirty balcony !
The main fault was the dirty balcony, attached to my room, full of mess + cigarette ends in one corner.
because i booked with latebookings, + was unable to change no. Of people in the room , when booking, felt the hotel calling me, nearly ruined my stay, wanting to know how many people were staying in the 4 bedded room, that i had booked for 1, ( as could not alter this ), may have been people with me, but after being told £10 charge for each breakfast, that they would not be having they did not come, i was also told by hotel staff , they do not have 4 bedded family rooms, only 3 !!!! So really late bookings should not sell 4 bedded rooms from this hotel, i believe the hotel should not have hassled me so much re my booking, never had this before, it was a very nice hotel, although after 2 weddings from previous night the corridors were littered with rubbish

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JANE B

From UK
Who stayed in August 2013

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Friendly welcome to the hotel. Room was clean but very small for a family room. We ate at the cellar bar and was fairly busy, and when the food was coming out there was no clue as to where it was going even after giving your table number when ordering. Could do with a few more staff on at busier times.

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s thompson

From Brecon, UK
Who stayed in August 2013

Family with young children

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This was a superb hotel with great facilities but was let down by the poor breakfast and lack of serving staff...otherwise excellent!

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Wendy P

From Princes Risborough, England
Who stayed in August 2013

Family

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