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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What important document was signed at Runnymede in 1215?



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This Day in British History

23 May, 1208

Pope Innocent III places England under interdict (no church services)

King John strikes back by seizing all church property, though loyal clergy were allowed to buy their property back

Monarch Mayhem

This queen reluctantly put Mary, Queen of Scots to death



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