Guesthouses in Birmingham
|| There are many great
guesthouses in Birmingham. People choose guesthouse accommodation
for a number of reasons and it often proves the perfect combination
of self-catering accommodation with the bonus of having someone else
do the cooking and cleaning for you.
You’ll also be made to feel very welcome, particularly as most
guesthouses are family run.
The Leaded Light [map],
Warwick Road, Solihull, is one of those warm and comfortable guesthouses
that offer good old fashioned home cooking. All rooms are en suite
so you don’t have to worry about whom you’re sharing a
Woodcote Farm [map],
Bromsgrove, really is something special and you’ll have probably
never stayed in accommodation like it before.
The beautiful 18th century farmhouse offers en suite rooms and bed
and breakfast or self-catering accommodation.
If you’re looking for a quiet hideaway not too far from bustling
Birmingham try Tudor Rose Cottage [map],
Chapel Lane, Aston Cantlow. Aston Cantlow is part of Shakespeare country
and the Tudor Rose is close to an award-winning village pub.
The Old Rectory [map],
Ipsley Lane, Ipsley, Redditch, is a great place for history buffs
who will savour the delights of staying in a 500 year old rectory.
If that’s not tempting enough there’s a really peaceful
atmosphere about this place and all bedrooms are uniquely decorated.
For traditional home comforts try The Sundial House [map]
, Sundial Lane, Great Barr, which is a small and comfortable bed
and breakfast with off-road parking and within walking distance of
The Madiera Hotel [map],
Banbury Road, Northfield, is one of those family-run hotels that go
that extra mile to ensure your stay is a pleasant one. Full English
breakfasts with all the trimmings are par for the course and evening
meals can be arranged. Function facilities are also available if you’re
planning a visit on business or planning a celebration.
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