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Dayspring Hotel, Birmingham, West Midlands

Dayspring Hotel
128-130 Gravelly Hill
Birmingham
West Midlands

B23 7PF

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The Day Spring Hotel is an all en-suite Bed and Breakfast based Victorian building, with a very modern and contemporary feel. Our facilities include:- free Internet access, Buffet Breakfast, free Car-Parking with 24 hour CCTV coverage, Digital TV, T&C making facilies and safes in every room. Centrally situated by spaghetti junction, it has good links to some of Birmingham's favourite attractions: - such as the NEC, NIA, Birmingham Airport, Star-City and Museums and famous sights around the city.

Dayspring is a very modern, tastefully furnished 14 bedroom hotel of Victorian architecture All the rooms are private/ensuite. The hotel prides itself in giving each guest a personal service hence our invitation is for you to stay in A HOME AWAY FROM HOME. Our location is about 1 mile from M6 junction 6 and very close to the Spaghetti junction. Our centrality provides easy access to the major attractions of Birmingham such as ICC,NIA, NEC, Star city, the various museums and Birmingham International Airport. Come stay with us and LET US SPOIL YOU A LITTLE WITH OUR HOSPITALITY

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