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Arbury Hall is an historic Grade I listed building in Nuneaton, Warwickshire England, and the former home of the famed Newdigate family. The building itself was designed by John Temple, who is responsible for the landscaping of much of what is now known as the village of Arbury. The road from Nuneaton to Warwickshire is known as the “Meadow Street”, named after the many oak trees that dot the road. In addition to this road, many other roads connect the village to others, including that of Chipping Campden, and the town of Cockington-on-Stour.


The best way to get to Arbury Hall, Warwickshire is by public transport. There is a train station called Coventry International Airport, which connects to the train station of London Euston. If you are visiting from central England, the train will take you quite near the town of Arbury, as it is just under the Snow Hill station. If you are coming from London or the surrounding area, you should consider renting a car, as there is free parking at the centrally located “Meadow Street Garage” as well as numerous other facilities.


If you are looking for the best views of the surrounding area, you can rent a horse-drawn carriage to visit the grounds of Arbury Hall. There are also several hotels in the area, which offer various types of accommodation. The most notable among these hotels in Nuneaton is the Nuneaton Royal Warwickshire Manor. This luxurious hotel is located just beside the Old Cathedral in the center of Arbury Hall. Inside the building, you will find:


If you prefer your English countryside homes a little more rural, you may stay at the award-winning Ashford House. This bed and breakfast are located at the base of Ashford Wood. You can reach Ashford via the famous East Sussex railway station, which connects with Great Cornard Street. In between the station and Ashford House, you will find many other attractions, including: The Freehold Museum, The Witchcraft Museum, The Caves and Castle Acre, The Priory Church of Saint Mary and The Rock Carving Centre. This is just a small part of what is available in this lovely English countryside village.


If you prefer a quieter respite from the hustle and bustle of central London, you might want to check out the modest Bed and Breakfast Nuneaton. This is just a few minutes’ drive from central London, and is only two miles from the famous Horse Park. The hotels in this area have clean rooms and regular maid services. You can get great value for money in this lovely bed and breakfast with free parking, a wireless internet access and free parking space for up to five hours. You will find traditional English cuisine, charming country cottages, and an array of different facilities, including: dry cleaning, hair salon, hair dressing room, children’s play area and an exclusive spa. There are also fantastic deals to be had if you book online!


Of course, there is no denying the fact that the best things in life are not always free! If you enjoy the wonders of nature and the vibrant, buzzing life of central London, you will love the unique shopping experience that you can get in the town of Nuneaton. It has a wide selection of independent shops and boutiques, as well as big names such as: BHS, Marks and Spencer, John Lewis and Evisu. If you love shopping, you will definitely want to check out the exclusive shopping parks. Here, you can shop till you drop: The Convent, The Ramblers, The Globe Mall, and lots more! abbey-fields