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Grimstock Country House Hotel
Gilson Road
Coleshill
Warwickshire

B46 1LJ | View map

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Grimstock Country House Hotel is an independant Hotel situated close to The National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham International Airport.Grimstock Country House Hotel is privately owned and is situated in a rural setting and has its own beautiful grounds and gardens. It is ideally located for the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham Airport, Birmingham Business Park and Hams Hall Distribution Park which are all only a 5 minute drive away.

All of the bedrooms are tastefully furnished and offer a wide range of facilities as well as a wonderful Full English Breakfast served in our splendid Garden Restaurant.

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