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  • Les chambres sont principalement disponibles durant les vacances d’été (juin, juillet, août, septembre), puisque les étudiants n’utilisent pas les chambres entre les années universitaires.
  • Les chambres sont généralement disponibles deux à trois mois à l’avance. Merci de bien vouloir consulter notre site Internet ultérieurement si aucune chambre n’est disponible à présent.

Logements bed and breakfast au campus de l’université de Warwick, situé à la lisière de Coventry

L’université de Warwick est situé sur un site très attrayant de 700 acres à la lisière de Coventry. Avec des chambres bed and breakfast (B&B) modernes à partir de £25, il s’agit d’une alternative rentable à s´journer à une auberge ou un hôtel.

Les chambres sont principalement disponibles pendant les vacances de Pâques (avril/mai) et celles d’été (juillet, août, septembre), lorsque les étudiants ne sont plus là. Normalement les chambres se font disponibles entre deux et trois mois à l’avance, alors s’il vous plaît retournez au site Internet pendant cette période s’il n’y a pas de chambres disponibles maintenant.

Coventry Informations pour visiteurs

Informations pour les visiteurs de Coventry

L’université de Warwick, à Coventry : le campus

Le campus de l’université de Warwick est situé sur un site d’environ 700 acres d’espaces verts à une distance d’environ 30 minutes à pied du centre-ville de Coventry, avec accès excellent aux rues et autoroutes. Des bâtiments résidentiels, académiques et administratifs sont entour&eacut;es d’espaces verts ouverts, champs et bois. Il faut tenir en compte que ces logements ont été créés principalement pour les étudiants et non pas pour enfants ou adultes qui s’attendent à un niveau haut de luxe. Cependant, cela étant dit, ces résidences ont un niveau de confort ad&eacut;equant pour la plupart de visiteurs et nous recevons volontiers votre feedback, lorsque cela n’est pas le cas.

Les dates des vacances universitaires à Warwick

Les chambres sont disponibles pendant les vacances universitaires.

Pâques : mi-mars à mi-avril
Été : mi-juin à bout de septembre
Noël : début de décembre à mi-janvier

Attractions touristiques à coventry

Coventry est une ville qui est située au coeur de l’Angleterre, avec une culture et un patrimoine très riches et entourée de la campagne à couper le souffle du comté de Warwickshire. Elle offre un bon évantail de musées et galeries, ainsi qu’u;ne cathédrale célèbre, un des plus beaux Guildhalls (palais des corporations) de l’Angleterre et un musée qui contient l’exposition la plus grande de la Grande Bretagne des véhicules routières.
Coventry est aussi un endroit où les visiteurs peuvent se détendre et jouir des installations excellentes des courses, des bars et restaurants animés et une variété de lieux de divertissement.

La cathédrale de Coventry est une des plus neuves cathédrales du monde, ayant été construit après la Seconde Guerre mondiale dès le bombardement de la cathédrale ancienne. Coventry Transport Museum est aussi une attraction digne d’intérêt car il contient la collections la plus grande du monde de véhicules routiéres construites en Grande Bretagne. Coventry Toy Museum se trouve à Whitefriars Gate, qui a été construit en 1352. Il contient une collection merveilleuse de jouets datant de 1740 à 1952.

Comment arriver à Coventry

En voiture : il est très facile d’atteinde Coventry et le comté de Warwickshire au moyen du réseau national d’autoroutes, qui traverse la région - M6, M40, M42, M5, M69; les routes A45 et A46 sont les routes principales qui vous amèneront directement à la ville et à ses alentours.

En train : Coventry est situé sur la Main West Coast Line, ayant des services réguliers de trains toute la semaine, ce qui relie la villa aux autres villes et résgions importantes. Les trains partent régulièrement à et de Londres et il y a aussi d’autres trains locaux. Service des renseignements de National Rail (24 heures)
Tel : +44 (0) 845 748 4950; http://www.nationalrail.co.uk

En autubus ou car : National Express opère un service régulier à la région depuis partout dans le pays. S’il vous plaît téléphonez leur ligne ouverte pour des renseignements supplémentaires : National Express Booking Hotline +44 (0) 8705 808080; http://www.nationalexpress.com

En avion : L’aéroport de Coventry Airport se trouve environ 5 miles du centre-ville de Coventry ; l’aéroport international de Birmingham est situé environ 10 miles du centre-ville de Coventry.
 

Histoire de Coventry

Coventry history

The City

Coventry is an ancient city. It is likely that Coventry grew from a settlement of the Bronze Age near the town centre where Coventry's bowl shape and, at that time large flowing river and lakes, created the ideal settlement area, with mild weather and thick woods: food, water and shelter would have be easily provided.

The first chronicled event in the history of Coventry took place in 1016 when King Canute and his army of Danes were laying waste to many towns and villages in Warwickshire in a bid to take control of England, and on reaching the settlement of Coventry, destroyed the Saxon nunnery. Leofric, Earl of Mercia and his wife Lady Godiva (a corruption of her given name, "Godgifu") rebuilt on the remains of the nunnery to found a Benedictine monastery in 1043 dedicated to St. Mary for an abbot and 24 monks.

In 1635, when the English Civil War broke out between King Charles I and Parliament, Coventry became a stronghold of the Parliamentarian forces. On several occasions Coventry was attacked by Royalists, but each time they were unable to breach the city walls. The Church of St John the Baptist was used to confine Royalist prisoners. Hostile attitudes of the city folk towards Royalist prisoners held in Coventry during the English Civil War are believed to have been the origin of the phrase "sent to Coventry", which in Britain means "to be ostracised". Although their physical needs were catered for, the Royalist prisoners were literally never spoken to by anybody.
Coventry castle was built in the 11th century by the Earl of Chester. It is only relatively recently that the existence of a castle has been discovered or at least recognised. It was razed to the ground in the 12th Century and then rebuilt again. After a lot of warring and fighting in the mid 12th Century the castle fell into disrepair. It has even been suggested that the crumbling hulk of the castle was used as a quarry for stone to build other town structures and the city wall. There is a part of the old castle that still exists. This is the part of St Mary's Guildhall called Caesars Tower. It is still viewable today. There is reference to the decaying state of the castle in the time of Queen Elizabeth I. When Mary Queen of Scots was to be imprisoned there it was thought to be unfit and so she was housed in Caesar's tower, part of St Mary's Guildhall.

The University

The University of Warwick is located on the outskirts of Coventry and is regarded as one of the country's leading universities. It was established in 1965 as part of a government initiative to expand access to higher education, and in 2000 Warwick Medical School was opened as part of an initiative to train more doctors in Britain. According to the latest Guardian University League Table 2010, Warwick is ranked 4th in the UK after Oxford, Cambridge and the University of St. Andrews.

Notable Alumni

•Baroness Amos – Britain's first female black Cabinet Minister, now the European Union special representative to the African Union
•David Davis – Conservative former Shadow Home Secretary
•Sting – lead singer of The Police and solo artist (did not graduate)
•Ruth Jones - actress best known for her role as Myfanwy in Little Britain and Nessa in Gavin and Stacey.
•Stephen Merchant – wrote, directed and acted in the British television series The Office and Extras
•Frank Skinner, then Chris Collins – comedian/actor/writer

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Buses come right into the campus. The cinema was a big bonus and well stocked supermarket.What was not good- no cutlery or crockery in the kitchen and lack of a TV in the vicinity. Wired internet was handy-don't forget to take a cable.

(Examen de University of Warwick Campus, Coventry) University of Warwick Campus, Coventry

I prefer a shower to a bath, but for anyone that prefers baths, this was the first university room that I have visited that had a bath, and it was a large one too. The shower over the bath was excellent. You can watch the wildlife from the bedroom window; rabbits,grey squirrels and magpies mostly.

(Examen de University of Warwick Campus, Coventry) University of Warwick Campus, Coventry

The biggest problem was actually finding the place - being from overseas and without SATNAV accessible, the instructions/directions given on the booking were totally inadequate. If the directions included a route number, it would have been a great deal easier.

(Examen de University of Warwick Campus, Coventry) University of Warwick Campus, Coventry

Good breakfast, very big room, good wifi. The original room I was allocated at check in had no ensuite (originally allocated Rootes A04), while the booking was for an ensuite room. The reception team quickly changed me to an emergency room in Arthur Vick, so not sure how this room compares to the standard ensuite I booked.

(Examen de University of Warwick Campus, Coventry) University of Warwick Campus, Coventry

I have already emailed Warwick Conferences to say how impressed I was with the accommodation. Lovely en-suite room in a very peaceful corner of the campus, great breakfast, free internet (via cable), free use of the swimming pool. It's a lovely location which I know quite well as I previously lived in Warwick - I would have no hesitation staying again or recommending to other people.

(Examen de University of Warwick Campus, Coventry) University of Warwick Campus, Coventry

Room was pretty basic (seems not to have changed in the 25 years since I was last here), but everything worked (inc. free wifi), it was clean and the given the price, I have no grumbles with it. The breakfast buffet was very good, so all in all great value for money.

(Examen de University of Warwick Campus, Coventry) University of Warwick Campus, Coventry

In general, the accommodation was fine and good value for money. My only criticisms would be that the room was hot - the windows could not be opened very wide because of magpies and the internet connection was poor. Breakfast started to be cleared away before 9 am.

(Examen de University of Warwick Campus, Coventry) University of Warwick Campus, Coventry

There was a major conference (AYACon 2013) on at the same time as my stay and my arrival was dealt with by the Conference team. They were friendly, but the personal touch wasn't quite there - some of the basic information was missed at first contact (breakfast arrangements, car parking etc), necessitating a revisit. All was then rectified and the remainder of my stay was fine.

(Examen de University of Warwick Campus, Coventry) University of Warwick Campus, Coventry

It was a shame that no WiFi was available in the building itself which with an iPad was slightly problematic. Nonetheless, a cable for laptops was available. Also WiFi was accessible elsewhere on the campus. Other than that, perfect location to which I would come back.

(Examen de University of Warwick Campus, Coventry) University of Warwick Campus, Coventry
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