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Plough and Harrow Hotel
135 Hagley Road
Edgbaston

Birmingham
West Midlands

B16 8LS | View map
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Steeped in history, the Plough and Harrow Hotel was built in 1704, and was originally a wayside inn. The hotel is located on the Hagley Road, Edgbaston, close to Birmingham city centre. Within only a short distance of the lively nightlife of Broad Street, the International Convention Centre, National Indoor Arena and the new Bull Ring Shopping Centre the hotel serves as an excellent base in Birmingham.

This traditional red brick Victorian hotel stands in its own gardens and there are 44 en-suite bedrooms available, each equipped with satellite television, radio, direct dial telephone, tea and coffee facilities and hairdryer. When wishing to dine the hotel's Tolkien Restaurant and Cocktail Bar, with its relaxed atmosphere and fantastic food, offers a perfect setting in which to unwind or hold an informal business meeting.

The Plough and Harrow Hotel is also fully capable of hosting civil ceremonies, wedding receptions, conferences and small business events, making it the ideal venue for all your business and leisure needs.

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Ratings/Awards: 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 44
Number Ensuite: 44
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Name: Tolkien Restaurant

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