Solihull

Solihull – like nearby Meriden – claims to be the centre of England, and as regards communications it is hard to argue, with Birmingham’s airport on its doorstep (and the NEC), the Grand Union Canal and Stratford-on-Avon Canal both running through it (providing fine some watersides) and the M42 at its edge... Read More

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The St Johns Hotel

The St Johns Hotel
Located in the centre of Solihull and just 5 miles from Birmingham International Airport, St John’s Hotel features a modern health and fitness centre, private parking and an on-site restaurant. With free Wi-Fi, the colourful ... More | visit website
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Holiday Inn Solihull

Holiday Inn Solihull

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This modern hotel with fully refurbished public areas and bedrooms is found in a fantastic town centre location. The hotel is 5 minutes from the M42 and within walking distance of a ... More

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Aylesbury House Hotel

Aylesbury House Hotel

Formerly a private manor house owned by the Aylesbury family, set in 12 acres of beautiful grounds. With excellent service and comfort, the hotel is ideal for both business and pleasure.

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Nuthurst Grange Country House Hotel & Restaurant

Nuthurst Grange Country House Hotel & Restaurant

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Nuthurst Grange nestles in 71/2 acres of landscaped gardens and woodlands and has fifteen luxuriously spacious bedrooms. All the bedrooms have private bathrooms with air-spa baths and showers, and are provided ... More | Double Room: £125 - £195

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Ibis Hotel Birmingham Airport

Ibis Hotel Birmingham Airport

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Ibis Hotel Birmingham Airport is located in the heart of Birmingham International Airport and only 300 yards away from the Airport Terminals. LG Arena, NEC, National Exhibition Centre and Birmingham ... More

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Hogarths Hotel

Hogarths Hotel

Driving along an avenue of chestnut trees you soon realise the peace and seclusion of hogarths hotel.Set in 26 acres of beautiful woodland, it's hard to believe that you are only a few miles away ... More | visit website

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Hampton Manor

Hampton Manor

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Hampton Manor is a 19th century Grade II listed Manor house on the edge of Birmingham. This private country estate, set in 45 acres of woodland and gardens has just ... More

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Gables Hotel & Restaurant

Gables Hotel & Restaurant

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Small family run hotel set in its owns landscaped gardens with plenty of parking. Close to Birmingham International Airport, the International train station, NEC and LG Arena All rooms are ... More

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The Greswolde Hotel, Bar & Brasserie

The Greswolde Hotel, Bar & Brasserie

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The excellent location of the Greswolde Hotel, Bar & Brasserie makes it a great option for business travellers, families and tourists alike. It is situated in Knowle, Solihull, just a few ... More

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Hogarths

Hogarths

Nestling in 26 acres of beautiful, unspoilt woodland, a visit to Hogarths Hotel and Restaurant promises to be a truly memorable experience. With every last detail designed to perfection, the venue provides a truly glorious offering ... More | visit website

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