Draycote Water Sailing Club
|gull Gul RS400 Grand Prix
|9 Boats||Apr 2012|
|FIREFLY Waldringfield Easter Egg - Firefly Results
|8 Boats||Apr 2012|
|gull Gul RS200 Grand Prix
|23 Boats||Mar 2012|
|RS 100 Gul RS100 Grand Prix
|10 Boats||Mar 2012|
|Handicap dinghies Draycote Dash - 2012
|88 Boats||Feb 2012|
|Travelodge Rugby Dunchurch||£49|
|Diamond House Hotel||Rugby||£45.00|
|Grosvenor Hotel Rugby||Rugby||£60.00|
|Brownsover Hall Hotel||Rugby||£82.80|
|Mercure Brandon Hall Hotel & Spa Warwickshire||Coventry||£80.00|
|Golden Lion Hotel||Rugby||£69.00|
|Premier Inn 'Rugby North (M6, Jct 1)'||Rugby||£55|
|The Compton Swan||Newbury||£115.00|
|2||Dunchurch Park Hotel||Rugby||Set within a beautiful and tranquil parkland estate yet only a few miles from several major motorway... More..|
Set within a beautiful and tranquil parkland estate yet only a few miles from several major motorways, Dunchurch Park boasts an excellent bistro, free Wi-Fi, free parking and the perfect location for visits to Shakespeare Country. Guests can workout in the gym or enjoy some of the outdoor leisure facilities such as the putting green, tennis court, croquet lawns, football pitch and volleyball. Alternatively, guests can simply relax and unwind in one of the lounges, bars or decking and terraced areas. The onsite Aphrodite Beauty and Spa offers parties, pamper packages and a range of beauty treatments, including specialist make-up, to bring out the best in you. The 89 comfortable bedrooms are to be found in the original Victorian stables buildings and a contemporary custom-built wing, all nearby to the main house. Bedrooms are finished to a high quality and offer an excellent range of modern conveniences including Free Wi-Fi throughout, to make your stay a relaxing one. The well maintained furnishings offer the opportunity to enjoy a restful and refreshing night's sleep before your busy day taking in all the area has to offer. Bar 1823, Dunchurch Park's contemporary bistro bar, serves a superb selection of informal dining options created with pride from the very best ingredients sourced from local suppliers wherever possible. An excellent choice of light meals, snacks and sandwich selections ensure that guests desiring a lighter bite are well catered for, while a large choice of hot and cold drinks, from cocktails to cappuccinos and a full bar of lagers and wines, will leave you fully refreshed. A superb choice of 24 conference, meeting and training rooms plus an additional 8 syndicate rooms, presents Dunchurch Park Hotel and Conference Centre as an extremely versatile venue, offering maximum flexibility to event organisers, trainers and their delegates. Mawson's Marquee, located within its own secluded garden, is fully equipped and is ideal for private dining, celebrations and receptions, exhibitions and road shows, car and product launches. The delegate café areas are open all day for guests to help themselves to unlimited refreshments and snacks - these include a range of coffees & teas, hot chocolate, energy drinks, juices, cordials and mineral waters; snacks range from chocolate bars, muffins, cakes, hot savouries, biscuits, crisps, cereal bars and fresh fruit. All meeting rooms enjoy the benefit of natural daylight and look out over the stunning gardens and grounds. Within the 72 acre estate there is a dedicated area for motorised activities as well as large, flat grassed areas and lawns for all types of team building exercises, outdoor activities and fun days. The local area has an abundance of exciting attractions for you to enjoy during your visit and Dunchurch Park is ideally positioned to take full advantage. Draycote Manor Country Park is a little over a mile away, while historic Stratford upon Avon, the birthplace of the famous playwright William Shakespeare, is just twenty minutes away. Within driving distance is the county town of Warwick, with its famous castle and the Spa town of Leamington Spa, while the city of Coventry is just four miles away. Dunchurch itself is nestled on the outskirts of the historic town of Rugby, where William Webb Ellis is credited with inventing the sport of Rugby Football in 1823. Please Note: Your card will be preauthorized at time of booking.
|3||Diamond House Hotel||Rugby||The Diamond House is a privately-run establishment, offering the best in comfort and customer care. ... More..|
The Diamond House is a privately-run establishment, offering the best in comfort and customer care. Conveniently situated on A428, just 2 minutes walk from Rugby town centre and Rugby School and in easy reach of the M1(J18), M6(J1), N.E.C., N.A.C., Silverstone, Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon. •Fully licensed •Ample secure private parking •All rooms are ensuite with TV (free view and Sky) •24 hour laundering service •Free WIFI •Fax, photocopying
|4||Widdington House||Rugby||A warm welcome awaits you at Widdington House from your hosts Heather and Alun. They have refurbishe... More..|
A warm welcome awaits you at Widdington House from your hosts Heather and Alun. They have refurbished this beautiful Victorian house to a high standard and retained the original features and charm. Unfortunately we do not have credit card facilities, therefore payment is cash or cheque. The house is close to the centre of Rugby and is ideally located for Rugby School, the train station and many other amenities. Also the M1 and M6 are within a short distance.
|5||Grosvenor Hotel Rugby||Rugby||A warm welcome to The Grosvenor. This comfortable and friendly privately owned hotel offers a high s... More..|
A warm welcome to The Grosvenor. This comfortable and friendly privately owned hotel offers a high standard of accomodation in its individually styled en-suite rooms, together with a wide range of facilities to help make your stay a pleasant one. The hotel is situated just 5 minutes walk from Rugby town centre and is ideally located for both business and pleasure. Conference rooms can accommodate delegates in theatre or meeting style layouts and provide a full range of audiovisual equipment. Choose from day or 24 hour packages of catering and accommodation, 3 conference rooms together with the restaurant area offer facilities for meetings of 4 to 100 people. With easy access from the motorway it is an excellent business location, within easy reach of Birmingham, the NEC, the National Agricultural Centre at Stoneleigh as well as Birmingham and East Midlands Airports. For leisure, as well as the attractions within Rugby it is convenient for Stratford, Warwick and Leamington Spa and there are excellent facilities nearby for a wide range of sporting activities including, golf, shooting and a fitness centre where all our guests recieve a preferential day rate. Whether your stay is for business or pleasure The Grosvenor Hotel is the perfect choice.
|6||Brownsover Hall Hotel||Rugby||This Grade II listed Victorian Gothic mansion, nestling in seven acres of woodland and gardens, is s... More..|
This Grade II listed Victorian Gothic mansion, nestling in seven acres of woodland and gardens, is situated just ten minutes from the M6 and offers Free WiFi, Free Parking and the excellent onsite WineGlass Restaurant. This magnificent building has a dramatic interior with sweeping staircase and welcoming log fires. With rich colours and plenty of character and charm the Brownsover Hall Hotel boasts a unique allure. Situated on the edge of Rugby and bordering on three counties, the hotel commands a prime position for visiting Warwick, Stratford-upon-Avon, the north Cotswolds, Birmingham and the NEC. The current building dates back to the mid 19th Century and was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, the English Gothic revival Architect who was also responsible for such renowned designs as the Albert Memorial in London, St Pancras Station’s Midland Grand Hotel and Glasgow’s St Mary’s Cathedral. Brownsover Hall Hotel boasts 47 well appointed spacious bedrooms, offering timeless elegance of the 19th century with modern day convenience. The stable block within the grounds has been converted into bedrooms which all have a distinct unique charm, retaining many of the original oak beams. Rooms which are suitable for family stays are also available, as well as suites and executive rooms. All bedrooms have en suite bath or shower facilities, hairdryer, hospitality tray, complimentary WiFi access and an iron and ironing board, while refreshments are available throughout the day from Room Service. The WineGlass Restaurant at Brownsover Hall offers simple, unstuffy service with delicious comforting food prepared with signature Michelin precision and intensity of flavour. Menus follow the seasons, highlighting the very best of local food heritage and Wine features prominently as a signature speciality - a selection of bottles handpicked by the Vineyard's Director of Wine are offered, with over 40 wines and champagnes available by the glass. The hotel also provides private dining facilities for an intimate dinner setting to a more formal reception. A wide selection of wines, beers and other beverages as well as bar snacks and lighter dishes are served in the Sir Frank Whittle Bar, which is a perfect place to relax and unwind. Brownsover Hall Hotel's convenient location and amenities make it an ideal venue for a wide range of events including weddings, private dining, formal receptions, conferences and training seminars. There is ample free parking within the hotel grounds. Located in a quiet area on the outskirts of Rugby, the hotel is perfectly positioned near the M1 and M6 motorways, ensuring easy access for guests of both business and social events. Additionally, being situated in a quiet area on the outskirts of Rugby makes Brownsover Hall the ideal base for exploring all of the region's attractions. The nearby 18 hole Rugby Golf Club is sure to be popular with Golfing enthusiasts, while Clay Pigeon Shooting, Archery and Air Rifle Target Practice can be arranged on the hotel grounds. The Transport Museum in Coventry offers an insight into the heritage of British motor manufacturing, while also being the home of the ThrustSSC – a simulator that allows you to experience the feel of travelling through the sound barrier at over 760 mph. Stratford-upon-Avon, with its ubiquitous connections to the world famous Playwright William Shakespeare and the historical city of Warwick, which features a famously well preserved castle, are just a short drive away, as well as the fine Regency architecture of Leamington Spa. Rugby Football fans will also be interested to find the Webb Ellis Rugby Football Museum, located in the town centre of Rugby.
|7||Golden Lion Hotel||Rugby||The Golden Lion is a friendly, family-run 3 star hotel and 16th-century inn located in the village o... More..|
The Golden Lion is a friendly, family-run 3 star hotel and 16th-century inn located in the village of Easenhall, just 4 miles from Rugby and 9 miles from Coventry. Convenient access to the M6, M1, A14 and Fosse Way. It has free parking and free Wi-Fi access. The en-suite bedrooms are located in a smart extension, and are equipped with practical, homely items as well as desk with Free Wi-Fi. There are 2 four-poster rooms with spa baths. The bar and restaurant with its log fire and beams serves Real Ales and good food, including a Sunday carvery. There is also a modern function suite.
|8||Staverton Hall||Daventry||Staverton Hall is a Georgian family house on the edge of Staverton, a pretty Northamptonshire villag... More..|
Staverton Hall is a Georgian family house on the edge of Staverton, a pretty Northamptonshire village. The house is set within 10 acres of land and has stunning views looking out across Warwickshire. There are four comfortable bedrooms and breakfast is served around one table in the elegant dining room/drawing room. In summer the heated swimming pool can be enjoyed, or perhaps a game of croquet or table tennis. In winter you could play a frame of snooker or curl up on one of the large sofas next to the fire. Recently featured in The Guardian as "one of the best new British B&Bs", children of all ages, horses, ponies and dogs are welcome!
|9||The Lodge at Craigielaw and Golf courses||Longniddry East Lothian||Situated in the heart of East Lothian’s famous Golf courses, Craigielaw offers world class Gol... More..|
Situated in the heart of East Lothian’s famous Golf courses, Craigielaw offers world class Golfing, free Wi-Fi, an excellent restaurant and bar and a prime location 30 minutes from Edinburgh. Situated in the heart of East Lothian’s famous Golf courses, Craigielaw offers world class Golfing, an excellent restaurant and bar and a prime location 30 minutes from Edinburgh. The Lodge at Craigielaw is a fantastic base to enjoy the wonderful facilities at Craigielaw Golf Club as well as exploring the surrounding golfing county and all of the attractions of Scotland's capital city Edinburgh. With an 18 hole championship links course, fantastic practice facilities, bar and restaurant with stunning views of the course you may never need to venture from Craigielaw, but if you do want to the Lodge is within easy access to many great golf courses such as Muirfield, Gullane and North Berwick. The county also has many great attractions and wonderful beaches and woodlands to explore. Edinburgh is a mere 20 minute drive or train journey, making the Lodge at Craigielaw perfectly placed for those looking for all the buzz and excitement of the city but with the relaxed pace of the country. Attached to the clubhouse, the lodge boasts 25 well appointed rooms, 13 of which enjoy views across the course to the River Forth, Gullane Golf Courses and the kingdom of Fife, whilst 12 rooms enjoy the quiet and secluded view across a decorative courtyard. With the exception of the view each room is identical and with all the modern conveniences you require to enjoy your stay, including free Wi-Fi throughout the lodge and clubhouse. The club also offers a 24 hour reception and golf bag storage for your convenience. The relaxed restaurant area is bright and spacious, allowing diners the freedom to enjoy the good company of their group and the excellent food served by the team of chefs. Many of the ingredients are sourced from local producers and the accompanying wine list boasts a good range of quality bottles from across the globe. The spacious lounge serves coffee, alcoholic drinks and a bar/snack menu. You can relax and enjoy stunning views of the Firth of Forth and Gullane Hill through a massive expanse of glass in the lounge. The furnishings are relaxed with large, cosy brown leather sofas and low coffee tables, mixed with more formal eating tables. At one end of the lounge sits a large red sandstone fireplace and opposite at the far end (some 20 metres away) is the bar with tall bar tables and stools. In the summer months the courtyard area is very popular for lunch, drinks and enjoying the summer weather. Inspired by the great links courses of Britain, particularly those on land which are less dominated by dunes, Craigielaw is equal to many of the finest examples of such courses; some of which are conveniently located nearby in the East Lothian area. Designed by Donald Steel & Co. the course opened in 2001 and in this short period has been host to many national events, including the 2006 Scottish Amateur Strokeplay Championship and was a qualifying course for the 2007 British Seniors Open at Muirfield. With challenging greens, cavernous bunkers and spectacular views over the Firth of Forth, Gullane Hill and out towards Edinburgh and Fife, Craigielaw Golf Club is an experience not to be missed. With over 40 miles of magnificent coastline, golden beaches, rolling countryside, spectacular cliffs, award-winning tourist attractions and possibly the world’s finest selection of links golf courses, East Lothian combines all that makes Scotland great. With the Capital City, Edinburgh only a 20 minute drive, train or bus journey away you have easy access to the buzz of the city, complimented by the quiet of the country. East Lothian has rightly been called Scotland’s Golf Coast and is one of the best regions for golf in Scotland, with 22 courses offering choice to golfers of all standards and tastes. Craigielaw, Whitekirk, The Glen, Dunbar, North Berwick, Kilspindie, Longniddry, Haddington, Gullane and The Open Championship course at Muirfield are some course names you may recognise. The region offers traditional links and classic inland golf courses, many steeped in history and complimented by modern, challenging, courses. All coupled with friendly clubhouses and affordable green fees. The coastal A198 route, provides easy access for visitors and short journeys between courses. With its own micro climate East Lothian’s courses are open all year long with most playing the full course in the winter with little or no restrictions to play. For Non-golfers there is so much to see and do in the area whatever the weather with historical sites, wildlife sanctuaries, taking in the beautiful scenery and sampling some of the fantastic food and drink the county has to offer.
|10||The Compton Swan||Newbury||Recently refurbished and under new management, The Compton Swan is an historic coaching Inn with six... More..|
Recently refurbished and under new management, The Compton Swan is an historic coaching Inn with six guest bedrooms, a triple aspect function/meeting room, large bar and intimate restaurant areas , comfortable library and lounge along with roaring log fires for those cold winter months.We also have an enormous garden for those lazy afternoons and for children to be able to be just children. We are hugely focused on the quality of our food, sourcing, wherever possible, from the best local producers for our fruit, vegetables, meat and fish. Whether you are on business in the Newbury area, going to the nearby races, walking the Ridgeway or indulging in some quiet time we have the perfect location for you to relax and indulge yourself. We are just minutes off the A34, 15 minutes from Newbury, 10 minutes from the M4 J13, and 25 minutes from Oxford.
|11||De Vere Venues Staverton Park||Daventry||You’ll simply love the relaxing atmosphere at the recently refurbished Staverton Park. It̵... More..|
You’ll simply love the relaxing atmosphere at the recently refurbished Staverton Park. It’s at the heart of England and right in the middle of the action with many local attractions only a short drive away. Facilities include an indoor leisure complex with pool, sauna, steam room and whirlpool spa and PGA standard 18-hole golf course. Within 30mins of Warwick and Stratford Upon Avon, Althorp House, Coventry, Milton Keynes, Birmingham and many Historic and National Trust Venues. Quiet location within 5 minutes of the town centre. Complimentary Wi Fi is available in all bedrooms and public areas
|12||Wethele Manor||Leamington Spa||Wethele Manor is a beautiful, sympathetically restored 16th century manor farmhouse offering top rat... More..|
Wethele Manor is a beautiful, sympathetically restored 16th century manor farmhouse offering top rated, luxurious, comfortable en suite accommodation of a very high standard. Set on a 250 acre estate with fantastic views of the Warwickshire countryside, Wethele Manor has peaceful idyllic surroundings. Very much family run, with good service and friendly atmosphere providing a warm welcome. Each room is unique with excellent fixtures and furnishings of exceptional quality. The accommodation boasts a wonderful orchard, gardens, and patio area with ponds and wonderful old oak trees. Walks are provided around the fields as well as there being a network of foot paths near by. Wethele Manor is perfectly situated for easy access to many of the major road ways despite its rural location. The M40, M1, M69 and M42 are all accessible within 15 minutes and Leamington Spa, Warwick Castle and Stratford are very close by indeed. An area offering a wide range of activities and national treasures in which to visit. There are also some fantastic award winning local pubs within 4 miles. Everyone involved with Wethele Manor is extremely proud of the number of guests that return on a regular basis and work hard to keep very high standards of customer service. A warm welcome awaits you.