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Hollies Guest House
Kenilworth Road
Hampton-in-Arden

Solihull
West Midlands

B92 0LW | View map
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The Hollies provides excellent accommodation just a 5-10 minute drive to The National Exhibition Centre. This makes The Hollies one of the closest and largest bed and breakfasts around the area.

Having 10 en-suite rooms and sleeping up to 21 people, makes us ideal for companies exhibiting at The NEC, as we can provide rooms for all their staff, which we are continually doing for many companies year after year. Customers have been coming to The Hollies for over 10 years and have noticed considerable changes making us better and better each visit.

With our friendly hospitality, we make people feel relaxed and at home, without invading their privacy. Living in a separate annex makes the guests feel more comfortable. They have their own guest lounge with television, which again is a major factor when accommodating groups of people, so they can all relax together without having to stay confined to their rooms.

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Ratings/Awards: ETC 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 10
Number Ensuite: 10

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: £45 - £60
Single: £30 - £45
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