Ye Olde Station Guest House

Guest house in Coleshill, West Midlands

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Church Road, Shustoke
Coleshill
West Midlands
England
B46 2LE

Ye Olde Station Guest House, Coleshill

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This 100 year old Railway Guest House (Bed and Breakfast accommodation) is 3.5 miles from Coleshill, West Midlands.

2 Lounges, 1st with Sky TV, and the 2nd with 1 Pool Table. Guest house based in: Coleshill, West Midlands. UK (Near Birmingham).

Close to NEC, Birmingham

 3 star rating

From: £46.00

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