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Rated from 1 to 5, a higher number of stars indicates a better quality, range of services and facilities with an emphasis on 6 key areas – cleanliness, service, food, bedrooms, bathrooms and hospitality.

The merit score for this hotel is 77%. This helps you to compare quality between hotels of the same star rating.

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Customer rating 8 / 10
Based on 406 reviews

Grade II listed building with a restaurant in a former chapel

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At a glance

Family rooms
Wheelchair accessible

Brownsover Hall is a Grade II listed, Victorian Gothic building designed by Sir Gilbert Scott, set in seven acres of wooded parkland. Bedrooms vary in size and style, including spacious and contemporary rooms in the converted stable block. The former chapel makes a stylish restaurant, and for a less formal meal or a relaxing drink, the Whittle Bar is popular.


  • En-suite rooms: 47
  • Family rooms: 3
  • Ground-floor rooms: 11
  • Broadband available
  • Wi-Fi available
  • Free satellite TV in rooms
  • Freeview TV in rooms

Opening times

  • Open all year


  • Night porter
  • Outdoor parking spaces: 100


  • Accessible bedrooms: 1


  • Children welcome


  • Christmas entertainment programme
  • New Year entertainment programme


  • Theatre-style holds (maximum): 70
  • Classroom-style holds (maximum): 36
  • Boardroom-style holds (maximum): 40


  • Holds a civil ceremony licence
  • Maximum number of guests: 56

Getting here

M6 junction 1, A426 to Rugby. After 0.5 mile at roundabout follow Brownsover signs, right into Brownsover Road, right again into Brownsover Lane. Hotel 250 yards on left.

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