Menzies Baron's Court

A Hotel in Walsall, West Midlands

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Walsall Wood
West Midlands

Menzies Baron's Court, Walsall

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Conveniently located just north of Birmingham close to the M6 toll and ideal for visiting many local attractions, the Menzies Baronメs Court is known as a hotel for all occasions. Tastefully furnished in a contemporary style, you can enjoy a comfortable stay in one of the 94 en suite bedrooms. Enjoy the informal atmosphere and international cuisine of the Brasserie restaurant.

The hotel now also offers free Wi-Fi.

3 star rating

From: £35.00

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