Spon Street in Coventry was traditionally the domain of weavers and dyers. The street is now a preservation area, filled with perhaps the best collection of medieval and Tudor buildings in England. Many were saved from destruction in other areas of Coventry and reassembled on Spon Street. Spon Street,
Attraction Type: Historic Property - Medieval Street Heritage Rating:?
A 14th-century manor house that may well be the oldest surviving building in Birmingham. Selly Manor was rescued from demolition in 1907 by chocolate magnate George Cadbury. In 1917 the building was carefully dismantled piece by piece and reassembled at its current site in Bournville for use as a museum. Maple Road, Bournville, Birmingham,
England, B30 2AE
Wightwick Manor s a lovely Victorian manor house in Arts and Crafts style, set in superb gardens. The house interiors feature original wallpaper and fabrics by Arts and Crafts pioneer William Morris, along with Pre-Raphaelite stained glass, paintings, and objets d'art. Wightwick Bank,
England, WV6 8EE
The Old Farm is a relaxed and friendly hotel set in half an acre of grounds in the heart of Bournville village and only a few miles from Birmingham City Centre. The hotel has 12 cosy rooms with tea and coffee making facilities a hair dryer and flat-screen TV. Guests … more >>