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BED & BREAKFAST AND GUEST HOUSE ACCOMMODATION
IN THE WARWICKSHIRE TOWNS AND VILLAGES OF.....
Radbourn | Radford Semele | Radway | Ratcliffe Culey | Ratley
Redhill |
Rugby | Rowington | Ryton-on-Dunsmore
Bed & Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in Radford Semele
Radford Semele is 2  miles south east of Leamington, on the main road from Warwick and Leamington to Southam, Daventry and Northampton. It is named after a Norman family from Semilly, lords of the manor until the reign of Henry 1.
Hill Farm Radford Semele, Leamington Spa CV31 1UX
Bed & Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in Radway
Radway is a small village at the foot of Edge Hill and is the site of the battle of Edgehill. It lies 3 miles from Kineton and 5 miles from Fenny Compton. In 1872 the figure of a horse, in memory of the battle of Towton, was cut into the hillside. The church was rebuilt in 1866  in the decorated English style.
Smithy Cottage Radway, Warwick CV35 0UN

Bed & Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in Ratcliffe Culey
Ratcliffe Culey is a small village on the Warwickshire/Leicestershire border, 2 miles from Atherstone. The name derives from the Old English for red cliff and the De Cuiley family who owned the manor from the 12th to the 14th century. The church dates from c.1377 and remains largely unchanged.
Barn Farm Bed & Breakfast Sibson Road, Ratcliffe Culey, Atherstone CV9 3PH
Manor Farm 6 Main Road, Ratcliffe Culey, Atherstone CV9 3NY
Bed & Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in  Redhill
Redhill lies mid-way between Stratford and Alcester and is an old staging post on the A46 stagecoach route. The Stag at Redhill has a room that 'Hanging' Judge Jefferies used as a courtroom, and it still has the original cell door.
The Stag at Redhill Alcester Road, Redhill, Stratford-upon-Avon B49 6NQ
Bed & Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in  Rugby
Rugby town is 16 miles from Leamington Spa and 15 miles from Coventry. The famous Public School was the setting of the novel by Thomas Hughes, Tom Brown's Schooldays, and is where the game of rugby football originated. Rupert Brooke, the poet, was born in Rugby, in 1887. Sir Frank Whittle built the world's first jet engine here in 1937.
Arnold Villas B & B 4 Arnold Villas, Rugby CV21 3AX
Chesters 29 Sheep Street, Rugby CV21 3BX
Crick Road B & B 3 Crick Road, Rugby CV21 4DU
Number Seven 7 Eastfield Place, Rugby CV21 3AT
Teapot Hall 178 Murray Road, Rugby CV21 3JU
The Wheeltapper Inn 123 Railway Terrace, Rugby CV21 3EY
Bed & Breakfast | Guest House Accommodation in  Ryton-on-Dunsmore
Ryton-on-Dunsmore is 6 miles south east of Coventry. The church of St.Leonard is one of the oldest Norman churches in the county, and the nave and chancel are little changed since the church was built in 1100 A.D. The 14th century 'Wroth Silver' stone can be found at nearby Knightlow Hill.
Home Farm Ryton B & B Oxford Road, Ryton on Dunsmore CV8 3EA
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