Coventry City of Culture  

Heritage Trust Network Conference 2021

With so much happening in Coventry this year, why not make the most of the visit and stay longer!

Here we have listed some information on things to see and do. 

The Telegraph Hotel 

We have secured a set rate with the Telegraph Hotel of £85 per night, on the 18th and 19th November, Bed & Breakfast, in their ‘Big room’, free cancellation until 2pm the day before.

Details on how to secure this rate below, please double check the website first, as hotel rates fluctuate, you may get a better deal without our discount code.

  • Visit the website
  • The code is HERITAGEBB
  • It is a DISCOUNT code (use this not promo code)
  • Based on BIG rooms only.  you will have to click on SEE ALL RATES on that room type to be able to see the Bed and Breakfast £85 price

More info:

“The iconic Telegraph building at 157 Corporation Street was home to the city’s newspaper for more than 50 years. Just imagine the buzz and bustle of journalists and machinists producing four printed editions every single day. The scene is more laid-back since its conversion into a chic new hotel putting Coventry in the news with headline-grabbing features that bring style and comfort to the city.”

This is of course just one option and we do recommend that you look at price comparison websites to find something that best suits your budget.

Historic Coventry Trust Accommodation

Stay in a fairytale medieval gatehouse, or one of the gorgeous timber-framed cottages in the heart of the city.

Historic Coventry Trust are reimagining some of the city’s most important historic buildings, bringing them back to life as luxury bolt-holes to relax and explore the UK’s City of Culture. You’ll be able to stay in these places from October 2021 – keep an eye on their website for updates and availability.

City of Culture Events

Be sure to visit the City of Culture website to see if there is anything else that you would like to see whilst you are visiting Coventry.

Here is a taste of other events happening around the same time:

Visit the Cathedral 

World famous Coventry Cathedral is just a stone’s throw from our main venue, Draper’s Hall. Find out more here.

Opened in 1962, the contrast of the Ruins and the New Cathedral has attracted tourists and pilgrims from the beginning. The Cathedral is free to enter but visitor donations are encouraged, 10am to 4pm – Monday to Saturday, 12.30pm to 3pm on Sunday.

Visit Coventry – Tourist Information

Find out everything you need to know about visiting Coventry on the Visitcoventry.co.uk website.