Achill Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

35 Hampton Road, nr Solihull
West Midlands
B93 0NR

Achill Guest House, Knowle

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Accommodation Description:

The Achill Guest House is a family run business offering a high standard of accommodation in a friendly atmosphere. The accommodation is situated 100 metres from Knowle High St where there are over twelve restaurants within walking distance which will allow you to experience a different cuisine every evening.

Whether on holiday or business the Achill Guest House is ideally placed, just 1 mile from the M42 junction 5 and easy access to surrounding areas such as the NEC, Birmingham Airport, Solihull, Blythe Valley and Birmingham Business park. It is the aim of Achill Guest House to provide a high standard of accommodation to business contractors and families at an affordable rate. Guests can also enjoy easy access to sightseeing areas such as Kenilworth, Warwick, Birmingham and Stratford.

Knowle village dates back to the time of King Edward I of England, over 700 years ago, when it had the status of Royal Manor. The Parish Church, which is still used today, was consecrated in 1403. There are many ancient buildings nearby, notably 16th century Grimshaw Hall and the current library which dates back to Elizabethan times.

The Guild House dates back to the 15th century and forms the core of a conservation area of which the restored Chester House is an outstanding feature

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