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Broad Lane Leisure Coventry has a small team dedicated to the local and regional caravanner, with a fine focus on campers, caravans and motorhomes. With years of experience, we are experts in the field and able to provide helpful advice and in-depth knowledge on all things to do with caravans. Open year-round, we always stock a large collection of caravans, motorhomes and leisure accessories.
The 2015 Coachman Vision Xtra Limited Edition range
Swift Escape and Rio Motorhomes
VW Campers in partnership with Coast 2 Coast
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Coventry began as a Saxon village. It was called Coffantree, which means the tree belonging to Coffa. Trees were often used as meeting places. In this case a settlement grew up around the tree and it eventually became called Coventry. Then in 1043 Leofric, the local Earl and his wife Godiva founded a Benedictine monastery at Coventry. They granted the monks land on which to graze sheep. (In the Middle Ages Coventry became famous for its wool industry). Lady Godiva certainly existed (she is mentioned in documents of the time) but whether her famous naked ride through Coventry took place it is impossible to say. According to the story her husband Leofric was taxing the people of Coventry heavily and Godiva begged him to remove the tax. He jokingly said he would lift the tax if she rode through the town naked. Godiva did so! The story was first written down by Roger of Wendover (died 1236) and it may be true. However Peeping Tom is a much later addition to the story of Lady Godiva. He was not mentioned until the 17th century.
Visit us at Coventry
Located on Broad Lane itself, opposite Banner Lane, just off the main A45 heading towards Berkswell.
Ideal if you are looking for caravans and motorhomes for sale in Warwickshire and the West Midlands.
We are open 7 days a week, all year round at Broad Lane Leisure Coventry, however, our hours differ between the winter and summer seasons so please check below before you visit.
We are currently operating Summer Hours:
Monday - Saturday: 09:00 - 18:00
Sunday: 11:00 - 17:00
Bank Holidays 10.30 - 17:00
General Manager: Ken Schofield