Good Hotel Guide Review
Run in conjunction with The High Field gastropub next door, this white-fronted Victorian villa in upmarket Edgbaston has the feel of a ‘boutique country house’. A coded entry system leads to a homely sitting room with vases of fresh flowers, complimentary newspapers and a capsule coffee machine; something a little stronger may be found in the honesty bar. Well-chosen antiques and retro furnishings fill the bedrooms. Bright and modern, each room has its own style; some are large enough to accommodate a family. Pop across the driveway when hunger strikes: along with cocktails and bubbly, elevated pub grub includes the likes of harissa roast aubergine, chickpeas, pomegranate; chicken Milanese, garlic and sage butter.
23 Highfield Road
0121 647 6466
12. 1 suitable for disabled.
all year, except 24/25 Dec.
sitting room, bar, restaurant in adjacent building (wheelchair accessible), in-room TV (Freeview), private dining, terrace, garden, parking.
in sitting room.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in pub, not in bedrooms.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B £115–£210. À la carte £35, 2-course early dining menu (12 pm–6 pm) £14.75.