Awentsbury Hotel

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

21 Serpentine Road
Birmingham
West Midlands
England
B29 7HU

Awentsbury Hotel, Birmingham

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Awentsbury Hotel is a Victorian Country House Hotel close to Birmingham University and only 2 1/2 miles from the city centre. Set in own grounds in peaceful surroundings. Close to University Hospitals Cadbury World Indoor Arena Convention Centre easy access to NEC.

and University of Central England. Ideally located for attractions within Birmingham and the surrounding area. A warm welcome awaits you

 2 star rating

From: £48.00


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