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B and Bs in Sutton Coldfield

Standbridge Hotel
138 Birmingham Road
Sutton Coldfield
West Midlands

B72 1LY | View map
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A privately owned family residence of character, this detached Edwardian house offers comfortable, well equipped accommodation and has just received a new extension increasing the number of rooms from eight to eleven. Added are a superb family room and two more single rooms, they are all fully en-suite and finished to the highest standard Tasty full English breakfasts are taken in the large conservatory which opens out to a beautifully landscaped garden totalling a third of an acre. Evening meals are available Monday to Thursday by prior request. The Hotel also boasts a tastefully decorated residents lounge which is equipped with an ample-screened television. Outside the front of the hotel is sufficient forecourt parking for guest use. All rooms feature colour television, tea and coffee making facilities and many rooms have en-suite shower. Most rooms overlook the substantial gardens to the rear of the Hotel. With the NEC, ICC and NIA all within easy commutable distance of the Hotel, it is the ideal stopover for business visitors to the Midlands. It is also a welcome retreat for leisure breaks too as it is conveniently located close to top attractions such as The Belfry (famous for the Ryder Cup), Drayton Manor Park and Zoo as well as museums and shopping areas of Birmingham and Sutton Coldfield.

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