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Manor House Showroom

Manor House Showroom

Visit our showroom where helpful trained staff will guide you through the decision process.

Showroom Address

51-53 Warwick Rd, Kenilworth, Warwickshire, CV8 1HN

Opening Times

Monday - Saturday 9.30am - 5.30pm (closed Bank Holidays)

Christmas Opening Times

Monday 22nd December Open
Tuesday 23rd December Open
Wednesday Christmas Eve Closed
Thursday Christmas Day Closed
Friday Boxing Day Closed
Saturday 27th December Open
Sunday 28th December Closed
Monday 29th December Open

Tuesday 30th December Open
Wednesday New Years Eve Closed
Thursday New Years Day Closed
Friday 2nd January Open
Saturday 3rd January Open
Sunday 4th January Closed
Monday 5th January Open

Over 120 fires, fireplaces and stoves offer an unequalled environment designed to help you make the right choice. Relax in one of our British made accent chairs and touch the material, the hand polished marble, the texture of natural stone & wood, and view the working appliances.

26 electric fires and 27 gas fires including the latest energy efficient models coupled with 15 working flues, provide an opportunity to select the flame effect, feel the heat & try the control options.

Also 14 wood burning & multi-fuel stoves & appliances can be viewed. Two of which are on live flues ready to be fired up on request. All this combined with the re-energised shopping centre in Kenilworth makes Manor House a must visit.

While you're here

Kenilworth is a stunning town right in the centre of Warwickshire. With easy access from both the M40 and M42, as well as neighbouring towns Leamington, Warwick, Balsall Common and Coventry, Kenilworth is ideally placed and our showroom is at its heart. If you're travelling from afar, there is a variety of things to do in the area - so why not make a day of it?

Kenilworth Castle

Kenilworth Castle

Kenilworth castle has been linked to some of the biggest names in English history, from the Norman invasion right through to the 19th Century. First built 50 years after the Norman conquest and used by royalty right through to the 17th Century when it was partially demolished to ensure it wasn't used as a defensive fortress.

The castle also appears in literature, making a brief appearance in Dickens' Domby and Son and providing the plot for Sir Walter Scott's 1821 Novel 'Kenilworth'. These days, the castle is maintained by English Heritage and open to the public on most days - we think it's well worth a visit if you're in the area. To find out more, click here.

Abbey Fields

Lying around the ruins of the Abbey of St Mary the Virgin, Abbey Fields is a 68-acre open space open to the public all year round. It features a swimming pool, tennis courts, a lake and a children's play area for a great family day out. Perfect for picnics, Abbey Fields is a great place to relax after a day shopping at Manor House Fireplaces.

Stoneleigh Park

Just down the road from Kenilworth is Stoneleigh Abbey and Park. The Abbey is a beautiful 12th Century building that's been inhabited since King Henry II granted the lands to a community of Cistercian monks. Around it, Stoneleigh Park is a popular home to many shows and events - click here to find out what the next events in the Park are.