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Swiss Cottage Hotel
475 Gillott Road
Harborne
West Midlands

B16 9LJ | View map

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Swiss Cottage Hotel & Bar Restaurant is only a short walk away from Birmingham's Night Clubs, Bars, Restaurants, Casinos, Theaters, Exhibitions, Conference Centres. Birmingham International Airport and the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) are a short journey away by Car, Bus or Train.All bedrooms have their own En-Suite Bathroom and are fully equipped with Tea/Coffee making facilities, Iron/Board, Television and use of car park for free.Located in the heart of leafy Edgbaston. We offeIn leafy Edgbaston, just off the A456 - Hagley Road and only 2.5 miles (4 km) from Birmingham city centre, this family-run hotel and restaurant offers free Wi-Fi and free parking.In leafy Edgbaston, just off the A456 - Hagley Road .

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