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Central location

Based in the heart of the UK and easily accessible from across the UK, and the world.

Find us at the University of Warwick, just on the outskirts of Coventry. Connected by many major motorway routes and easily accessible by bus, train or plane. Bustling cities, beautiful countryside and battle-worn castles are all within easy reach.

Doodle map showing the location of Warwick Conferences, a Midlands conference centre.

How to find us

Postcode: CV4 7SH

Warwick Conferences uses What3Words as a tool to help specify precise locations,
such as building entrances, to support new guests when finding our facilities.

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Download the What3Words app to access our unique What3Word combinations for each of our buildings.

By car

The postcode for all our venues is CV4 7SH and we are located within the University of Warwick campus.

For Scarman, Radcliffe and The Slate follow signs for Lakeside Village, you’ll then find signposts for the venues. Central Campus Venues is located on central campus, which is signposted off Gibbet Hill Road.

By train

Coventry is on the West Coast Mainline and serviced by regular trains, 7 days a week and is the most convenient train station for most visitors. It is served by trains from London Euston, Birmingham (New Street and International) and Leicester. From Coventry station,Link opens in a new window it’s easy to get a taxi or bus to us.

Canley and Tile Hill train stations are both served by trains from London, Milton Keynes, Birmingham, Coventry, Rugby and Northampton. Neither station has a taxi rank, so if you don’t want to walk, book a taxi in advance. Leamington Spa is served by trains from Birmingham, Coventry, Oxford, Reading and London Marylebone. You can get a bus to us from close to the station.

By bus

There are regular buses from the Coventry city centre, Coventry rail station and Leamington Spa. Taxis are easily available from these location.

From Coventry, the 11 and 12 bus routes both serve Warwick Conferences. Both buses call at the Rail Station Bridge SD stop on Warwick Road; a one-minute walk from Coventry station - view on Google mapsLink opens in a new window.

From Leamington Spa, the U1 and U2 buses serve Warwick Conferences. Both services stop at Parish Church Stand B; a seven-minute walk from Leamington Spa station - view on Google mapsLink opens in a new window.

By plane

The closest airport is Birmingham International AirportLink opens in a new window. A taxi to us from the airport will take approximately 20 minutes. Alternatively, you can take a direct train to Coventry from Birmingham International station which is located at the airport.

London Heathrow, Gatwick and Luton airports are all connected to Coventry by National ExpressLink opens in a new window coach services. Alternatively, you can take the train to Coventry, with a change in central London.

Travelling around campus

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Phone +44 (0)24 7652 3222
Email hello-conferences at warwick dot ac dot uk

Discover the local area

There is plenty waiting to be explored on campus and close to our central location. Busy cities and quiet towns are only a short journey away, each offering something unique.


The 700-acre University of Warwick campus has plenty to experience. Beautiful countryside is all around just waiting to be discovered.


Rich in culture and heritage with attractions, popular cafes, bars and quirky restaurants. Pay a visit to the unique modern cathedral and the Transport Museum.


Take the traffic-free countryside walk to Kenilworth and unearth castle ruins. Kenilworth packs in a lot for a small town with some great restaurants.


Britain’s second city, only 30 minutes away. Fantastic museums and galleries; brilliant shopping; restaurants serving every possible cuisine, and buzzing nightlife.


Uncover the history of Warwick, home to one of the finest castles in the country. It’s also home to a wealth of historic buildings, and plenty of places to eat and drink.


A medieval market town and the birthplace of William Shakespeare. Set on the banks of the River Avon, it’s home to historic buildings, shops, restaurants, cafes and bars, and, of course, great theatre.

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