Tudor Court Hotel

A Hotel in Solihull, West Midlands

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77 Kineton Green Road, Olton
West Midlands
B92 7DX

Tudor Court Hotel, Solihull

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Accommodation Description:

Welcome you to the Tudor Court Hotel, a delightful 19th century hotel situated in the centre of Solihull.

There is easy access to the M42, M6, & the NEC. It is also an ideal setting for business meetings & wedding receptions. All areas of the hotel are tastefully decorated.

This, along with a high standard of elegance & comfort, ensures that your stay at the Tudor Court Hotel will be a memorable one. Solihull is situated at the heart of the UK and is the gateway to the West Midlands. We're the home of Birmingham Airport, the NEC and the LG Arena, so if you’re visiting an exhibition of attending a concert, or just passing through, make time to come to Solihull as well.

Amongst other things we’re famous for shopping! The first market in Solihull was in 1242, and today we’re proud to have the only John Lewis in the West Midlands, the Touchwood Shopping Centre and a huge number of famous brands and outlets for all your shopping needs, in a relaxed and civilised, cosmopolitan atmosphere. Solihull is a mix of old and new buildings and places, with beautiful outlying villages and hamlets to explore. There’s also a wide range of places to eat, drink and stay and this site is designed to guide you through what’s on offer.

There’s great motorway links to the whole of the UK as well, making Solihull the ideal place to stay whether you're on business or taking a break. Easily accessible from all major motorways our elegant 19th century hotel has the quality and service associated with a much larger hotel added with the friendliness and flexibility of a family run, independent hotel.

From: £38.00

Room Facilities
Family/oversized room
Tea and coffee making facilities
Wireless internet connection
Colour television

Non-smoking (throughout)
Ironing facilities
Internet access (wireless) in public areas

Free parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Meeting rooms
Fax machine

Dining Facilities
You can dine in style with top class catering offering a choice of menus to suit all budgets. With sumptuous home cooked food freshly prepared to your requirements, an historic venue with every modern facility. Tudor Court has all the requirements to make any occasion truly memorable.

Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities

Pet Policy
No pets

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