|Woodlands Bed and Breakfast Birmingham Woodlands Bed and Breakfast, Coopers Hill, Alvechurch, Birmingham, West Midlands, B48 7BX|
"A welcoming bed and breakfast, set in its own eighteen acres of delightful countryside, within ten miles of the centre of Birmingham, England."
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|A welcoming bed and breakfast, set in its own eighteen acres of delightful countryside, within ten miles of the centre of Birmingham. A substantial breakfast is served in an elegant dining room. We offer a relaxed atmosphere and a professional service. Major credit cards accepted. |
Large, comfortable rooms.
Spacious garden and swimming pool.
Near to Birmingham and NEC.
Short drive to Stratford and Warwick.
The extensive gardens, a heated swimming pool (in season), a croquet lawn, fish pond and sitting areas provide plenty of space for a relaxing and enjoyable stay.
WiFi throughout the house. The spacious double en-suite bedrooms are comfortably furnished. The extensive public areas include a sun room / guest lounge and dining room. TV, facilities for coffee and tea, wireless internet. Rooms by the night. Central heating throughout.
Pets are welcome but not allowed in the bedrooms.
Exit junction 2 of M42 and go North, towards Birmingham 400 yards to next roundabout where you go left to Alvechurch on B4120. In the centre of Alvechurch, turn right at mini-roundabout at the RED LION pub into Tanyard Lane. After one more mini-roundabout this becomes Callow Hill. Over the canal, under the railway bridge and up the hill and the same road becomes Coopers Hill. Woodlands is the second house on the left with a wooden fence.
Barnt Green station is half a mile from Woodlands. Trains run every half hour from Birminham New Street to Barnt Green.We endeavour to collect you from the station.
One mile from junction two of the M42, 4 miles to Cadbury World and a twenty minute drive from the National Exhibition Centre. A twenty minute drive from historic Warwick and Shakespeare's Stratford. Excellent pubs in local villages.
This 11th Century castle is just twenty minutes from Woodlands. You can vist the castle's official website to see the attractions on offer, including Birds of Prey, the mighty Trebuchet, Jousting and more.
Home of playwright, William Shakespeare, this lovely town by the River Avon has many famous places to visit, including Shakespeare's Birthplace, Ann Hathaway's Cottage, the ancient Grammar School and more. The RSC theatre is just 25 to 30 minutes drive from the bed and breakfast.
The National Exhibition Centre
The National Exhibition Center is within 20 minutes for its exhibitions and conferences.
Birmingham City Centre
Birmingham city centre is easily reached, either by road or by rail link from Barnt Green station, which is half a mile away.