The 4 star Wroxall Abbey Hotel has the perfect central location in the West Midlands and is easily accessible by rail and road. Near to Coventry, Birmingham and Stratford Upon Avon, there are an array of things to do in Warwickshire, including many different activities and local attractions to visit during your stay. If you’re looking for hotels near NEC Birmingham then experience the best on offer with Wroxall Abbey Hotel
Here are just a few of the things to do in Warwickshire, during your stay at Wroxall Abbey:
Warwick Castle is Britain’s ultimate castle and its greatest Mediaeval experience. Warwick Castle offers something for everyone, young or old. This is a typical castle with a Great Hall, State rooms, Chapel, Ghost Tower and dungeons.
The National Exhibition Centre (11 miles)
The National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham is the largest exhibition centre in the UK with 20 interconnected halls. Home for big events e.g Crufts Dog Show, BBC Gardeners’ World, BBC Good Food Show, Clothes Show, Gadget Show, Grand Designs, Horse of the Year, Spring & Autumn Fair, and major music events.
Warwick Racecourse (5 miles)
Warwick Racecourse is one of the oldest in the country dating back to the 1700s, today it retains its historic charm and character.
Stratford Racecourse (12 miles)
Stratford Racecourse is a leading small National Hunt course, known for excellent prizes & top jockeys.
Wroxall Abbey Hotel & Estate is close to a great range of Golf Courses, including: Forest of Arden – host of the British Masters and English Open. Stonebridge – host to the PGA Europro Tour. The Warwickshire – with European Seniors events and Midlands PGA Finals and The West Midlands for golf all year round, played in a parkland landscape.
Cadbury World (20 miles)
Cadbury World is a fantastic, fun family day out, located four miles south of Birmingham city centre on Linden Road in Bournville. Cadbury World features 14 zones which tell the story of chocolate and the Cadbury business.
Safari & Leisure Park (30 miles)
West Midland Safari & Leisure Park – Home of the White Lions! With 4 miles of self-drive safari, walk through ‘Discovery trail’ and a host of other attractions.
British Motor Museum (15 miles)
The British Motor Museum in Gaydon is home to the worlds greatest collection of Classic, Vintage and Veteran British Cars. Also near by are: The International Motorcycle Museum; Cotswold Motoring Museum; and Coventry Transport Museum.
The National Space Centre (40 miles)
The National Space Centre, is the UK’s largest space visitor attraction. Voted large visitor attraction of the year 2009, it offers fun for all the family, with six hands-on galleries, planetarium, 150 interactive experience and a 42m high Rocket Tower.
National Indoor Arena (23 miles)
National Indoor Arena located next to the Birmingham Canal, is a large indoor arena. The NIA hosts a range of events ranging from sporting events to musical concerts.
Touchwood (8 miles)
Touchwood in Solihull is an award winning, 650,000 square foot shopping centre, seamlessly woven into Solihull’s existing town centre. Featuring 80 stores & over 20 restaurants as well as nine-screen multiplex cinema.
Hatton Country World (3 miles)
Hatton Country World comprises of: Hatton Shopping Village which brings a wonderful mix of the traditional and the contemporary,allowing guests to shop in style in the most tranquil and stunning of settings; Hatton Farm Village which has an exciting programme of events and activities including rides on Tristan the runaway Tractor, Falconry displays and Farmyard Tea-time.
Bicester Village (40 miles)
Bicester Village in the Oxfordshire countryside, is a selection of boutiques showcasing fabulously discounted labels from the leading fashion and lifestyle brands. It is the leading outlet shopping destination in Europe and is visited annually by more than 3 million customers from all over the world. It is now established as a major international tourist attraction.
Birmingham (20 miles)
Birmingham is a shopper’s paradise, offering modern shopping malls, vibrant markets, bustling streets and charming arcades. It also boasts Harvey Nichols, Selfridges and the world famous Jewellery Quarter. The award-winning Bullring is one of the largest city centre shopping malls, offering 160 stores as well as many restaurants & cafes, complimented by the Mailbox District, with canal-side bars and dining.
Royal Leamington Spa (12 miles)
Royal Leamington Spa offers 425 shops including the Royal Priors shopping centre with a mix of high street stores and unique boutiques.
Warwick (6 miles)
Warwick has a wide variety of independent, specialist and antique shops & boutiques set amidst its historic buildings and numerous attractions.
Knowle (5 miles)
Knowle is a charming picturesque village near to the Grand Union Canal. It is ideal for a leisurely browse of the local shops. Knowle Library is in a building dating back to Tudor times & at the rear it has a garden that has recently been restored.