Approached through ‘well-maintained grounds’, then entered through a magnificent hall (Grade II* listed) with a hand-carved ceiling and balustraded minstrels’ gallery, the Wiser family’s ‘superb’ Georgian manor is a ‘very grand,’ yet a ‘relaxing experience’ run by ‘friendly’ staff.
The austere Tudor Gothic-esque 19th-century exterior belies the delights within.
Run in conjunction with The High Field gastropub (a Peach pub) next door, this white-fronted Victorian villa in upmarket Edgbaston has the feel of a ‘boutique country house’.
Beyond the old oak door of this 16th-century farmhouse lies a tranquil haven – three miles from the M6, a 20-minute drive from Coventry, and a world away from both.
Bags of style and a splendid walled garden make Charles and Charlotte Meynell’s B&B a charming stop-over.
Traces of its past as a 12th-century Cistercian abbey drift through this atmospheric, historic hotel, which combines ‘character, eccentricity and individuality at its best’.
In the iconic Cube building, a contemporary hotel with terrific views over the city and canal network below. Higher up is the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse, Bar & Grill. Guests have complimentary use of the club and spa, which includes a pool, sauna and steam/hot rooms.
Established for over 30 years, a friendly, family run hotel 2 miles outside the city centre. Simply furnished bedrooms have modern bathrooms. Steaks are a speciality in the traditional silver service Regency restaurant; a three-course set menu is available during the week. There is outdoor seating in the pretty patio garden.
Last updated: June 15, 2019