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Allesley Park, Coventry

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4.7/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
Allesley Park is a park near Coventry, West Midlands, England.HistoryThe park was originally a deer park laid out by Henry de Hastings in the 13th century. It was approximately 5 times larger than the current park. It was later used as a large gentleman's farm of more than 400acre which was owned by the church. In the 1960s, it was bought by Coventry City Council when it was preserved as a public park.Allesley HallThe original hall, built in the mid-17th century, was purchased by Thomas Wyles and was established as Allesley Park College.The present Allesley Hall is a mansion built in 1909 for the Iliffe family. It is now used as a retirement home, but was a sanatorium during the 1950s.
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  • I go there with my kids and I find it the best park in Coventry. There are facilities for the children and you can have long walks as the park is quite large. I especialy like the walled vegetable gar...  read more »
  • Beautiful park with walled garden, pond and lots of meadow/wildlife areas. A fantastic children's play area with play equipment suitable for both very young and older children A peaceful sanctuary in ...  read more »
  • Lovely little park for kids to play in and a great walk around the pathways, whether you have a dog or not. 
  • Nice park, I've been there once or twice. Hills are good for walking and burning calories!
  • Nice place for walking. Good place for running.
  • Nice park
  • Coventry's hidden gem. Lovely park with 18 hole pitch and putt course, crazy golf, large play area and walled garden. Great for running or cycling because of its short sharp hills! Also, Coundon Wedge and the pretty village of Allesley are just over the bridge out of the park. Many footpaths can be found around here making the park's car park a good location to start walks from.
  • A lovely hilly park, with beautiful selections of trees. Walk into the park for a pleasant suprise
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