- Historic country house charm
- 8 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens
- 62 luxurious bedrooms
- Golf courses nearby
- Meeting and conference facilities
- Luxury wedding packages
- Award-winning restaurant onsite
Our hotel in Coventry
Macdonald Ansty Hall is one of the finest 4-star hotels in
Warwickshire. Set in the heart of Shakespeare Country, our hotel
offers the best of breathtaking scenery and fine facilities. Close
to Cadbury's World, Warwick Castle and the beautiful town of
Stratford-upon-Avon, our hotel is a popular choice for family
holidays, business and weddings.
Our hotel is a perfect venue for celebrations, events and
conferences; we boast superb hotel accommodation, stylish meeting
and function rooms and breathtaking views over our hotel
Our Warwickshire hotel is perfect for country adventures;
roam our beautiful 8 acres of landscaped gardens and marvel in the
glorious scenery we have on offer at our historic manor house
retreat. Once you've finished exploring - we recommend a visit to
our AA Rosette awarded Shilton Restaurant, followed by a
nightcap in The Warwick Bar and Lounge.
What to See and Do In Coventry
This Midlands city and its surroundings are a fascinating
blend of history and myth, industry and culture. Stay in
the Macdonald Ansty Hall and you can fill your days with
variety. Transport is a good theme. Begin perhaps with the famous
Lady Godiva who reputedly rode her horse naked through the town.
Today, you can retrace her hoofsteps on a tour led by Coventry's
modern-day Lady Godiva.
Car lovers should make a beeline for the Heritage Motor Centre at Gaydon, 65 acres
housing the largest collection of British-made cars in the world.
Jag fans will find the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust museum
Moving to aircraft, the Midland
Air Museum at Coventry airport emphasises the genius of local
engineer Sir Frank Whittle, designer of the first jet engine.
Another highly inventive mind can be explored at nearby
Stratford-upon-Avon, historic market town and birthplace of the
world's greatest playwright, William Shakespeare.