Gayton Bed Breakfast

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

34 Meriden Road
Hampton-in-Arden
West Midlands
England
B92 0BT

Gayton Bed Breakfast, Hampton-in-Arden

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Gayton is a private house offering excellent overnight accommodation focusing primarily upon visitors and exhibitors attending the National Exhibition Centre. Gayton is just one train stop from the NEC and Birmingham Airport via Birmingham International Railway Station. The station at Hampton in Arden is approximately 500 yards from Gayton so it is a very practical and convenient way to visit the above venues and much cheaper and quicker (avoiding the usual traffic jams) than using taxis.

It is ideal for visitors and exhibitors alike. A return ticket is a mere £1.60 there are two trains per hour and the journey is just 5 minutes.With our friendly hospitality we aim to make our visitors relaxed and most welcome. We want you to feel at home particularly after a hard day.

In addition to a good night's sleep coupled a hearty breakfast is essential for the day ahead. Our accommodation comprises a maximum of two large double bedrooms each with washing facilities. Also a large bathroom with jacuzzi and shower.

Downstairs there is a large room with sofa fridge music centre TV and dining table for 8 persons ideal for spreading out paperwork and brochures. Wireless internet is available. There is a very pleasant garden and patio area with barbeque which in the summer enjoys the afternoon sun.

. Having some personal space is important; spending time in a bedroom can be very lonely at Gayton there is no need.The village of Hampton in Arden is quite small and picturesque with many old buildings a fine church and many interesting walks especially in the summer and two fine drinking establishments. More recently Hampton Manor has been converted into a Michelin star restaurant and offers fine dining.

All of this within 10 minutes walking. Why not click onto these web sites to gain further information. The White Lion Inn Beeches and Hampton Manor.

The thriving town of Solihull is 3 miles away and offers a host of amenities. Our location is ideal.Our tariff is £60 per night for a shared double or £60 per night for a single double. Small dogs by arrangement and negotiation.

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