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Hillmorton Manor
78 High Street
Hillmorton

Rugby
Warwickshire

CV21 4EE | View map

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A charming building, over 100 years old, The Hillmorton Manor boasts a unique and timely character. Set in the leafy surroundings of the village of Hillmorton, it is an ideal location for relaxing and visiting Rugby School, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick Castle, Althorp Stately Home. With many transport links, including the M1, simply a mile away, the Manor is a central location for business stopovers and functions. The hotel is within easy reach of the DIRFT Industrial Estate, Birmingham and the NEC and with Coventry Airport and Birmingham International Airport nearby, travelling is kept to a minimum.The Hillmorton Manor is privately owned, and offers and personable service to all its clients. Our restaurant is known for its ever-popular Carvery, served on set lunchtimes and evenings throughout the week. You can be assured of quality in our restaurant, sourcing our produce as locally as possible.The Bar and Restaurant are both airy and cosy, creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The Hillmorton Manor can accommodate for your conferences, weddings, private occasions and celebrations. We have a range of set buffet menus to suit your occasion, and can be adapted to suit your exact requirements.

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