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Cocked Hat Hotel (Coventry)

(Show map) Tel: 02476 636767
Hotel Policies
Check-in From 14:00 hours
Check-Out 07:00 – 12:00 hours
Cancellation/Prepayment Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please check the room conditions when selecting your room above.
Children Up to two Children under the age of 16 sharing a room with adults stay free of charge subject to the availability of a suitable room. Cots are available at most of our Hotels and at no extra charge. Please specify at the time of booking if a cot is required.  Any request for additional extra beds needs to be confirmed by management as this will be subject to availability and a room supplement may apply. Room supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay. Please ring the hotel directly for further information.
Pets Pets are not allowed.
Accepted Credit Cards American Express, Visa, Euro/Mastercard, Maestro, Solo, Switch. The hotel reserves the right to pre-authorise credit cards prior to arrival.
Facilities
Bar/Lounge On-site bar & lounge
Restaurant Pub restaurant on-site
Wheelchair Access Wheelchair access to the hotel
Hairdryer In-room hairdryer
Free Wi-Fi Unlimited free Wi-Fi available
Television Flat-screen digital TV
Free Parking Ample on-site free parking
Tea & Coffee Making Facilities In-room tea & coffee making facilities
Telephone Facilities In-room telephone facilities
Functions

Functions at The Cocked Hat

The Cocked Hat Hotel provides an ideal setting for a wide range of special occasions in the Binley, Coventry area. Whether you are looking to host a private party, dining event or business meeting, our function room can host up to 50 people and offers excellent in-house catering.

About the Hotel

A perfect hotel base for the NEC and Birmingham International Airport

Birmingham NEC is only a little more than 15 miles along the A45, making The Cocked Hat Hotel a very convenient hotel base for NEC exhibitors and visitors alike. Birmingham International Airport is less than a mile up the same road so airport travellers can relax and unwind before or after their journey.

 

The ideal hotel for exploring the West Midlands

If you are planning a more leisurely break, a wealth of historic West Midlands’ sites and attractions are located close to The Cocked Hat Hotel. For history buffs, the stunning Warwick Castle is less than 20 minutes along the A46, while Coventry Cathedral and Coventry Transport Museum are both less than four miles from the hotel.

For those that want to take in some spectacular scenery, take a tour of ten acres of display gardens at Ryton Gardens, just over four miles in the car. You also have easy access to both the M6 and M42 motorways.

How to get here

Free Parking for guests

All guests at The Cocked Hat have free access to our adjacent car park. Our hotel is just off Brandon Road, visible from the A46 dual carriageway and a 5 minute drive from the junction of the M69 and M6 motorways.

 

How to get here

We are conveniently located less than 4 miles from the M6 and 15 miles from the M40, just off the A46. We are close to Coventry Airport, Coventry city centre, Birmingham International Airport, Birmingham NEC and Birmingham itself. To find us by satnav, use the postcode CV3 2AW.

Area & Hotel History

The Cocked Hat Hotel is situated in what was once Binley Common House, a 17th century building which formed part of the Craven estate attached to nearby Coombe Abbey. It was the bailiff’s home, and the local yeomanry regiment had a base there at the start of the 19th century, which is where the name ‘cocked hat’ comes from.

 

The hotel’s location, Binley Woods, is a village that began as a settlement in 1923 when parts of Coombe Abbey were sold and people in the area were forced to move. Many people also sought refuge in the area during the 1940s, when they were bombed out of their Coventry homes

 

Coventry, only three miles from the hotel, was bombed so badly during the Blitz in World War II that it inspired a new Nazi verb, ‘Coventrieren’ (to devastate or raze a city). When the war ended, the city embarked on a long rebuilding process that included a beautiful new cathedral being built around the remains of the old one. Coventry Cathedral is now just one of the many extraordinary buildings that make an impression on the urban landscape, while Coventry’s industrial history in car-making has led to the creation of a fascinating transport museum.

 

Binley Woods was once part of the vast Coombe Abbey Estate, and the hotel was originally a farmhouse of Flemish bond brick, built in the late 17th century and now a Grade II listed building. Having a major refurbishment in 2012, the hotel now has a Fayre & Square pub on site offering delicious food and refreshments, including a choice of excellent Bass ales.

Local Attractions

About Binley Woods, Coventry

Sitting just off the A46, between the M40 and M6 motorways, is the village of Binley Woods. The area has good local amenities and excellent links to the road network, being just 4 miles from Coventry city centre, and within easy reach of nearby Rugby, Nuneaton and Kenilworth.

 

Warwick Castle (11.7 miles)

This stunning English landmark encompassing over 11 centuries of history is a must-visit for history buffs and families. With attractions including Merlin’s Dragon Tower, the castle Dungeon and the world’s biggest working trebuchet siege engine, there is something for everyone at Warwick Castle.

 

Coventry Cathedral (3.7 miles)

The ruins of the old Cathedral, completely destroyed by aerial bombardment in November 1942, sit in the grounds of the new modernist St Michael’s Cathedral, opened in 1962. Both are open to visitors daily, and among many noteworthy aspects are the Wooden Cross, made from the scorched timbers of the roof of the old cathedral, and the unconventional spire.

 

Coventry Transport Museum (3.9 miles)

Being the birthplace of the British cycle and motor industry, it was only natural that Coventry would have the largest collection of British road transport in the world. From the first bikes to the fastest cars on the planet, you can see how far road transport has raced forward in the last 150 years at Coventry Transport Museum. Admission is free.

 

Kenilworth Castle (9.6 miles)

Managed by English Heritage, this Grade I listed building is a ruined castle and royal palace with a magnificent Elizabethan Garden. The garden has been authentically recreated exactly as it would have greeted Elizabeth I touring the grounds in 1575, including a bejewelled aviary and marble fountain.

 

Ryton Gardens (4.1 miles)

For those with green fingers, a trip to Ryton Gardens is the ideal day out to learn more about organic gardening, farming and food. This internationally famous tourist attraction has ten acres of display gardens, including a wildflower meadow, native trees and lake for you to roam.

 

Midland Air Museum (2.7 miles)

This self-funded independent aviation museum showcases a series of spectacular planes from throughout the decades. Exhibitions include the ‘Wings over Coventry’, featuring wind tunnel models and fascinating aircraft components. Today it is home to over 45 aircraft, including the stunning Vulcan bomber, Gloster Meteor jet fighter and the Jet Heritage Centre devoted to Sir Frank Whittle, the inventor of the jet engine.

 

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