Hogarths Hotel

Guest Accommodation in Solihull, West Midlands

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Four Ashes Road
West Midlands
B93 8QE

Hogarths Hotel , Solihull

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Driving along an avenue of chestnut trees you soon realise the peace and seclusion of Hogarths Hotel. Set in 26 acres of beautiful woodland, its hard to believe that you are only a few miles away from the centre of England's second largest city. With its cosmopolitan atmosphere and world-class facilities, Hogarths Hotel is minutes from the town of Solihull, and just a short journey to Junction 4 of the M42.

With every last detail designed to perfection all you have to do is relax and enjoy the luxury and comfort of Hogarths accommodation.

 4 star rating

From: £68.98

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