Adjacent to Coventry Airport, this friendly guest house with 6 en suite bedrooms is ideal for a budget stay in the village of Baginton.
Ideally located for Coventry Airport, within minutes of the M69, M40 M45 M1, the Dakota Guest House is also within easy reach of Kenilworth, Warwick, the NAC Stoneleigh and NAC Birmingham.
All rooms have flat-screen TVs with Freeview, as well as tea/coffee facilities and a free Wi-Fi connection. Although the guest house does not cater for breakfast or dinner, breakfast can be ordered and delivered for your convenience.
The local village pub (5 minutes’ walk) serves traditional English food. Rooms:
6 (Check Availability)
Score from 11 reviews
Address: Coventry Road, Baginton, Coventry CV8 3AP (Map)
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What people say
We didnt have time to do much as we were only there a few hours brfore getting up very early to fly from the airport. The peace and quietness. Had very little disturbance even though it is next to the airport.Comfortable bed. location. V.comfortable and good value for the money. Excellent for just coming and going as we were between events. Easy access and local stores just accross road that do breakfasts and other meals as well as the normal items.It was clean and private. it was clean and tidy.Nothing. It had no staff, all rooms were bedrooms and we were concerned that in the case of a fire no-one would know who was occupying which rooms. We believe this to be very unsafe. The reception was not manned, so had to phone a number even though it was stated check in 2pm- 6pm. No curtain in the ensuite. The appearance of the adjoining property is a big initial put-off.Fortunately inside the hotel was quite pleasant. no staff at all on site, no food service,. this is a converted semi detached house where every room is a bedroom. We found it strange and intimidating. The room had no chair or shaver point. There was no light in the shower cubicle and the shower curtain is old, dirty and opaque so showering was an unpleasant experience. Breakfast was made at the local shop, charged separately and carried across the road.