Nailcote Hall is a 17th century country house hotel located in Berkswell, Warwickshire, England. Built in 1640, Nailcote Hall was completed just before the start of the English Civil War. Its name is believed to be derived from the Norman-French word for armourer. The house was damaged during the war by Cromwell’s troops before the assault on Kenilworth Castle, but subsequently restored after a repair bill was honoured by the Parliamentarians. The Lant family made Nailcote Hall their home for some 300 years, and during this time the property saw many alterations, including a Georgian wing which was added in 1780. When restoration work was carried out more recently, a priest hole was discovered in what is now the Oak Room restaurant. More information...

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