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3 Priory Row is a three-storey cottage – a historic building with modern luxury.
Original features such as the unique timber framing of the building are combined with modern luxury to ensure a really comfortable stay. Luxurious beds and plenty of hot water in a modern shower or bath, along with all you need in the kitchen and living areas are available right in the heart of the city. With views over Holy Trinity church and Broadgate, Priory Row is an oasis in this historic city.
Downstairs there is a living room, with comfy modern sofa. The large modern kitchen-dining area has Silestone grey quartz worktops, modern Neff cooker with induction hob, integrated dishwasher, microwave, fridge with icebox, and quality cooking equipment. To the rear is a utility room, and access to the rear private enclosed courtyard which is available for guests.
On the first floor is a large double bedroom and a generously sized bathroom, with a large luxury shower.
On the second floor is a further double bedroom with en-suite bathroom containing a modern freestanding bath.
Impressive oversized headboards are finished with graphic patterns whilst warm neutral tones and furnishings enrich the elegant space. All bedlinen and towels are provided.
Modern art celebrating Coventry, created by a local artist features in all living areas. With comfortable sofas in mid- century style to pay homage to the cottages. As well as modern heating with Nest smart controls, we offer unlimited, high speed internet access free for all our guests.
Step out and you are a stones throw away from the restaurants and bars Coventry has to offer as well as the iconic Coventry Cathedral, Herbert Art Gallery among other popular landmarks.
All dining areas feature modern furnishings with pops of colour to compliment the original features in each cottage.
The building’s location and date indicate that it originally formed part of the precinct of the 12th-century St Mary’s Priory, and it is the only upstanding building which survives from the priory complex. It is a very good example of a timber-framed building of the early 15th century. It’s close-studded timbers and jettied floor show its status as a good quality mediaeval urban building.Find out more