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Hogarths
Four Ashes Rd
Dorridge

Solihull
West Midlands

B93 8QE | View map
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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 whether you're dropping in for a gourmet meal, planning a larger celebration or a relaxed weekend break. In luxuriously elegant, yet discreet surroundings, guests can sit back and savour the welcoming atmosphere and mouth watering menus. Dining at Hogarths is an experience which will delight all of the senses.

Bedrooms are equally impressive: steeped in luxury and comfort, each has been individually designed to reflect the changing seasons of the year. All have exclusive en suite bathrooms, flat-screen plasma TVs with DVD player and complimentary wireless internet connection.
Just a few miles from the centre of Birmingham and minutes from Solihull, Hogarths guarantees incomparable service, celebrated hospitality and a passion for only the very best.

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