All the places you can refill your water bottle for free in Coventry

Survive the heatwave at these free refill stations across the city.

It may be the hottest day of the year today, but that’s no excuse to not ditch plastic water bottles.

It’s now easier than ever to opt for the more environmentally friendly alternative with a huge amount of free refill stations situation across stores, cafes and businesses in the city.

For a full list of all the water refill stations across the city, look no further:

Coventry city centre

  • Starbucks, Broadgate
  • Bean & Leaf Coffee House, Hertford Street
  • The Cosy Club, Cathedral Lanes
  • Costa Coffee, Upper Precinct
  • Lush, Lower Precinct
  • Bagel Brunch, Smithford Way
  • Belgrade Theatre, Corporation Street
  • Coventry Market
  • The Spon Gate, The Skydome
  • The Litten Tree, Warwick Row
  • Khawa Cafe, New Union Street
  • Starbucks, Coventry railway station
  • Seven Trent Headquarters, St John’s Street

Coventry University

  • Elm Bank Lo & Co Cafe, Mile Lane
  • Lo & Co Cafe, Richard Crossman Building
  • Lo & Co Cafe, Alison Gingell Building
  • Faculty of Engineering Lo & Co Cafe
  • Lo & Co Cafe, Jaguar Building
  • Hub Food Court Originals Counter, The Hub
  • Hub Food Court Aspretto, The Hub

North of the city centre

  • Twisted Barrel Ale Brewery and Tap House, Fargo Village
  • Morrisons, Holyhead Road
  • Evolve Fitness, Coundon
  • Mocha Lounge, Allesley Park
  • Starbucks, Arena Retail Park
  • Costa Coffee, Arena Retail Park
  • Costa Coffee, Gallagher Retail Park

South of the city centre

  • Burger King, Warwick Road
  • The Coffee Bar, Central Six Retail Park
  • Premier Inn Hotel, Earlsdon Park
  • The City Arms, Earlsdon Street
  • Drinking Fountain, Junction of Earlsdon Avenue South / The Firs
  • Premier Inn Hotel, Kenpas Highway
  • Starbucks, Village Hotel
  • Costa Coffee, Airport Retail Park
  • Morrisons Binley, Skipworth Road
  • Costa Coffee, Cannon Park
  • Lifelong Building, University of Warwick

If you’ve left your reusable cup at home, you can still grab yourself a free cup of water. Supposedly, Starbucks offer free cups of water with ice, waiving their usual single-use cup fee.

Even better, buy one of their £1 reusable cups to bring back next time.