The Cedars House

Rainsbrook Drive, Nuneaton, CV11 6UE

5 Star Food Hygiene Rating
The Cedars House offering bed and breakfast accommodation in Nuneaton, is a large modern family house fully equipped with all amenities including Gym room, Smoking/Chill out room, TVs and Satellite plus free WiFi and Parking. Laundry and ironing services can be provided at additional cost. Full English Breakfast is included in B&B.

Room Facilities include Tea and coffee making facilities. Double or Single size beds. Television. Fast Broadband. WIFI. Hair Dryer.

Other Facilities include Private garden for guests. TV lounge. Parking Spaces. Gym Room. Special diets catered for. Packed lunches available. Ironing facilities available. Laundry service available. Separate smoking room. Closed Christmas. Open New Year.

Excellent Reviews from previous residents plus 5 Star Rating for Food and Hygiene.
We are located in the Whitestone area of Nuneaton, very safe location and close to shops, local pubs (Crows Nest 5 mins walk, and Attleborough Arms 10 mins walk), Motorways, George Eliot Hospital, MIRA and Bramcote Barrack. Near to NEC, Warwick Castle.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Children Allowed
  • Parking
  • WiFi

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