There is an extensive range of places to stay in Warwickshire, with something to suit all tastes and budgets, including: hotels; bed & breakfasts; guest houses; farmhouses; inns; self-catering, holiday cottages, canal boats; camping and caravan sites; hostels.

Warwickshire is at the heart of England and is famous as the birthplace of William Shakespeare.

We also now include gastro-pubs and restaurants with rooms, so click here to see our listings. Dancing until midnight and a Scottish piper to pipe in the New Year.

Owned and run by the world famous Celtic Manor, the Newbridge on Usk is a 200-year-old inn occupying an idyllic rural location on the banks of the beautiful river Usk, near the charming village of Tredunnock...

Click here for more information Wales is a country rich in culture and history, and what better way to learn about it than through Historic UK?

Let our sister site take you through the Christmas traditions of Wales, national traditions and folklore as well as the story behind the famous red dragon.

Click here Whether you're looking for a hotel with AA rosettes, or perhaps even a Michelin star, our list of hotels with award winning restuarants has them all.

Many of the farm accommodation providers have won awards for excellence and offer delicious breakfasts made from their own produce right there on the premises.

Staying in a countryside farmhouse location not only offers easy access to outdoor activities such as walking, cycling and fishing, but can often mean that you're also ideally located for exploring the popular attractions in the area such as Stonehenge, Longleat and Lacock.

Are you looking for that "something extra" from your weekend break in Scotland?

If so, why not try a hotel or inn with an AA rosette restaurant, or perhaps even a Michelin star.

For example: George Eliot the famous Victorian novelist was born at Arley and lived in Nuneaton in what is now a Beefeater restaurant. Does Expedia expedite better than Opodo or Travelocity?