Best Western Weston Hall Hotel
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- This 16th-century manor house is set in seven acres of private Warwickshire countryside
- The hotel has lots of features including original wood panelling and an 18th-century fireplace
- Warwick is around 30 minutes' drive from the hotel, while Stratford-upon-Avon is around 45 minutes' drive away
The Best Western Weston Hall was built in the 16th century and is full of character, charm and original features. It is set in seven acres of "peaceful" (The AA) private Warwickshire countryside, 20 minutes' drive from Coventry.
The Grade II-listed property is believed to have been built using stone from the ruins of a medieval castle, which occupied the site before. Inscribed into the stone above the front door are the words “Foyall Loyall”, which translates as “fair of faithful home” in English -- the hotel uses this as its motto.
The historic quirks continue inside with a grand chandelier and original wood panelling. The Newdigate Bar has an 18th-century fireplace imported from France. There is also the Leyland Restaurant for breakfast and dinner, and a lounge if you fancy an afternoon tea. Some rooms are pet friendly and wheelchair accessible.
The pretty town of Warwick and its castle with dungeons is around 30 minutes' drive away, while Birmingham is around 40 minutes' drive. Stratford-upon-Avon is around 45 minutes' drive from the hotel.