Bed and Breakfast in Birmingham, West Midlands

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269 Coleshill Heath Road 269 Coleshill Heath Road
West Midlands

Clovelly, Birmingham

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Accommodation Description:

Clovelly is a family run establisment which makes all visitors feel welcome Provides full English Breakfast in the morning or needs can be met for vegetarians also - breakfast times between 7-9 AM. Clovelly provides ensuite facilities fridges micro-waves TVs DVD player and wireless internet connections in every room Clovelly is also in easy reach of many different resturantes and English PUBS Clovelly is a well connected guest house with many different ways of transport available for up and down the country.

 4 star rating

From: £70.00

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