Coventry is a beautiful city with a lot to offer – culture, entertainment, history and more. As a city, we have a few months left as a city of culture as the world continues to navigate a post-pandemic world – and one of the things the city has to offer as we all try to back to normal is its status as a tourist attraction.
Hotels of all shapes and sizes are littered across the city and the wider city, but what if you’re visiting Coventry and fancy a cozier vibe? Or are you looking for a weekend getaway but don’t like to travel? A staycation in the truest sense of the word may be on the cards.
So we took a look at what’s on offer in the city on the Airbnb accommodation site. We have looked at availability this weekend, two nights, Friday and Saturday, to see what is on offer. We’ve eliminated private rooms, so what’s below are whole houses included in the price, with the cheapest starting from the top.
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City center studio: £77 per night
Smack Bang in the middle of town is a good place to start. The host says on the listing: “A charming, serviced self-catering studio apartment set in a block of seven self-contained self-contained studio apartments. This stylish studio apartment is perfectly located in the heart of Coventry city center and just 2 minutes walk from the theater from Belgrade.
“This cozy studio apartment is truly unique accommodation for both short and long term stays right in the heart of Coventry city center with plenty of shops, supermarkets, major sights, games and activities and restaurants all within 5 minutes walk from the studio.”
One-bedroom apartment in a city center building: £80 per night
This one bedroom city apartment has city center views, is close to local amenities and aims to give you complete privacy as if you were at home. The host says on the booking, “Keep it simple in this peaceful, central location. I’m a firm believer in quality and spare no expense in making accommodation as comfortable as possible.” The apartment and its host have a rating of 4.33 out of 5 from nine reviews.
One-bed apartment in Walsgrave: £94 a night
If you’ve ever fancied a game of Saturday night bingo at the Walsgrave Social Club, this one bedroom apartment might be perfect! The host says on the listing: “Discover Coventry from our lovely apartment. This stylish apartment is perfect for a holiday while enjoying all the comforts of home. As a self-catering apartment you will find everything you need for a perfect stay.
“The kitchen is equipped with a fridge, hob, oven, kettle, freezer and microwave. The apartment is a perfect place to relax and offers TV and internet access.”
Self-contained apartment in Willenhall: £94
If you don’t like bingo at Walsgrave Club, you can always try at Willenhall Club! The host says on the listing: “Self-catering apartment close to amenities, located close to A46 and M6, lovely woodland nearby for walks, continental breakfast provided, 5km to town centre, close to the university hospital, beautiful gardens and independent, very peaceful and quiet.”
Apartment in Ball Hill: £108 per night
With Ball Hill just minutes away, you’ll have a wide selection of charity shops, bakeries and bookies to choose from should you decide to venture out. The host says on the listing: “Attractive double bedroom apartment 15 minutes from Coventry city center is ideal for getting around Coventry. A comfortable, modern apartment close to famous restaurants and shops.
Find more listings in Coventry this weekend here.