Built in 1704 as a wayside inn, the red brick Victorian architecture together with the large garden and plentiful car parking set this lovely hotel apart from other Birmingham hotels
A relaxing haven in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, Hotel du Vin boasts many historical features, spa, gym, popular Pub Du Vin, Bistro and stunning bedrooms.
The Cocked Hat by Good Night Inns is situated in Binley Woods, just off the A46 and only 4 miles from the centre of Coventry. This historic, Grade II listed hotel offers great value pub food and comfortable en-suite rooms. There are pretty gardens to enjoy in summer.
Welcome to the 17th century White Lion Inn, perfectly situated for business and leisure guests alike, just 500m from Hampton in Arden Railway Station, 5 minutes drive from the M42 and 10 minutes drive from Birmingham NEC. The White Lion offers period features, open fires and local real ales, as well as a restaurant, lounge bar and cosy en-suite bedrooms.
The Bulls Head is a 17th century, former coaching inn, serving great pub food and drink all day. Some of the bedrooms at this Innkeeper's Lodge boast old oak beams in keeping with the age of the inn. Meriden claims to be at 'the centre of England', and is just 10 minutes drive from the NEC, 15 minutes from Coventry and 20 minutes from Birmingham.
Situated just off Junction 5 of the M42 motorway, this stylish former coaching inn is ideally located for the NEC and Birmingham Airport. The inn boasts a brasserie and an open-plan bar area for drinks and more informal dining.
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