Cheap Hotels in Rugby
Our focus is always on you, so from the friendly staff at our 24-hour reception to our late-opening bar (perfect for a nightcap with good company), you'll find your every need met around the clock. Plus with huge en suite showers, Sweet Beds in every room and almost endless breakfast possibilities, you can be sure you'll check out feeling rested, rejuvenated and extremely well fed.
Near Draycote Water Country Park
Just 5 minutes’ walk from Rugby centre, Diamond House has free parking and free Wi-Fi. The guest house offers cosy rooms and cooked breakfasts, and Coventry is just 20 minutes' drive away. The colourful rooms at Diamond House each have a private bathroom and work desk. Tea and coffee facilities are provided, and all rooms feature a satellite TV and seating area. Ironing facilities and hairdryers are also available. Generous full English breakfasts are served daily at Diamond House, with continental and vegetarian options also available. The on-site bar offers a range of snacks and beverages, and evening meals can be arranged. Just 10 minutes’ drive from the M6 and M45 motorways, Diamond House is 20 minutes from Coventry Airport. Birmingham's lively centre can be reached in 40 minutes’ drive, and Webb Ellis Rugby Football Museum is a 5- minute walk away.
Near Draycote Water Country Park
The Carlton offers bright, airy rooms with free Wi-Fi, 0.5 miles from the centre of Rugby. There is a stylish, modern bar and the restaurant uses fresh, quality produce. The Carlton offers a small, free car park. Each bedroom is well appointed with a flat-screen TV, tea/coffee-making facilities and an individual private bathroom. Some rooms have been individually decorated and there is a room service menu. The contemporary hotel restaurant serves a menu that is constantly changing with the season’s ingredients. A tasty breakfast is also served every morning in the stylish dining room. There are a range of whiskies, beers, and exclusive wines and spirits to enjoy in the Carlton Hotel's relaxed public bar. There are excellent transport links, with the property less than 10 minutes’ drive from the M6 motorway, and 5 miles from the M1. Rugby Rail Station is just 0.4 miles away.
The Grosvenor is just 800 metres from Rugby’s centre and rail station. It offers fresh, seasonal food, free WiFi, and live Sky Sports in the bar. Individually decorated, the rooms at The Grosvenor Hotel Rugby feature a private bathroom with free toiletries and a hairdryer. Rooms also include tea/coffee-making facilities and ironing facilities. Continental and full English breakfast are available at an extra cost, and can be booked at reception. The Fusion Restaurant serves an international menu. Sunday lunches are available each week. The bar serves snacks along with grills, sandwiches, and fresh coffee. The Grosvenor Hotel is just 5 minutes' drive from junction 1 of the M6 motorway, and a 10-minute walk from Clock Towers Shopping Centre and Webb Ellis Rugby Football Museum. Coventry can be reached in 30 minutes by car.
In the historical district
Comfort B n B Rooms Hotel
Premier Inn Rugby North (Newbold) Hotel
Located on the outskirts of the historic market town of Rugby, this hotel is only 5 minutes from the town centre. Junction 1 Leisure Park with multiplex cinema, gym and a bowling alley is within walking distance. For business, major business parks for the region are also nearby. Our Rugby North (Newbold) Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in every room and an onsite Harvester restaurant.
The Rugby Hotel
Near Newbold Quarry Country Park
Courtyard Toft House Hotel
Hotels in Rugby
Famous for being home to one of the most prestigious private schools in England and the birthplace of the game of rugby, Rugby is a buzzing market town full of lovely surprises.
Set in leafy Warwickshire along the meandering River Avon, Rugby is an impressive destination, known for being one of the biggest towns in the country.
Among its claims to fame are the invention of rugby football, but there's much more to this town than first meets the eye. Quiet and unspoiled until the introduction of the railway in the 19th century, Rugby developed rapidly into a major transport hub. Today you can see the signs of this boom in the town centre's grand Victorian architecture.
Rugby School is a highly regarded private school with an impressive history, not least for being immortalised in Thomas Hughes' legendary book, Tom Brown's Schooldays. The great thing about the school is that you can get to learn all about it at the Rugby School Museum, so make sure to pop across during your stay.
There are a couple of great museums and galleries in the town too, like the Rugby Football Museum and the Rugby Art Gallery and Museum. And for a fun evening, check out what's on at the Rugby Theatre.
Places to eat and stay
Finding the perfect Rugby hotel is easy – there are lots to choose from. From well-known chains like Premier Inn and Travelodge, to characterful local places like The Carlton Hotel and Brownsover Hall Hotel, it's worth having a look to see what's best for you.
Eating out in Rugby is a fun experience too; the dining scene is vibrant and really varied. Just as a taster, On-The-Rocks at Quigleys is a popular steakhouse, Lazzolli is an affordable favourite serving French and Turkish food, and Café Vin Cinq is a lovely bistro.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Rugby
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Rugby?The best hotels to stay in Rugby are The Carlton, Dunchurch Park Hotel and Ibis Rugby East.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Rugby?Ibis Rugby East in Rugby offers one night in a double room at the price of £36.
What are the best hotels in Rugby near the center?Diamond House, The Carlton and Grosvenor Hotel Rugby are located in the central neighborhood of Rugby.
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