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About Coventry

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A large cathedral city in the West Midlands, Coventry is perhaps greedy in having a total of three cathedrals. It is well served for transport, close to Birmingham and has a wealth of its own industry.


About Coventry

Where being ‘sent to Coventry’ was once a bad thing, this is definitely not the case anymore. Coventry is a thriving cathedral city, well placed in the heart of the country. As a part of the West Midlands, it is close to the great urban sprawl of Birmingham, as well as other popular towns in the area, like Nuneaton and Royal Leamington Spa. The business traveller coming to stay in serviced apartments in Coventry will find that, despite Birmingham's proximity, Coventry is in and of itself a major centre, with a population of over 300,000. Rare among the manufacturing towns and cities, Coventry retains its status as a centre for engineering and, in particular, motor manufacture, which it has had for over a century. Although, as with just about everywhere, there is a growing service sector.

Coventry is near several motorways, making it easy to reach for those coming to short term rentals in the city. It’s main railway station is on the West Coast Main Line, connecting London and Birmingham, while Birmingham International Airport is only 11 miles away. Coventry also has its own airport, with some European destinations available.

Corporate guests coming to stay in our serviced apartments in Coventry will find a city steeped in history, and with convenient access to some beautiful Warwickshire countryside. The city has a total of three cathedrals, two of which lie in ruins – one at the hands of Henry VIII, the other bombed by the Luftwaffe in WWII. Sights worth visiting while in the city include War Memorial Park and Coventry Transport Museum.