Located in Sutton Coldfield, just north of Birmingham, Moor Hall Hotel & Spa is a family owned hotel that prides itself on offering a warm welcome. With two restaurants and cosy lounge bar plus excellent leisure facilities including a newly refurbished gym, indoor pool and spa the hotel is a great place to relax.
What makes a stay at Moor Hall Hotel & Spa unique?
Family owned for more than 60 years, Moor Hall Hotel & Spa is a four-star country house hotel set in beautiful parkland, within easy reach of Birmingham. The hotels location makes it a great base for visiting nearby attractions including Drayton Manor Theme Park, National Memorial Arboretum and Birmingham city centre. The hotel has 83 bedrooms including four posters, whirlpool spa bath rooms, suites and family rooms; two restaurants; lounge bar and terrace; leisure facilities with gym, indoor pool, spa bath, sauna and steam room and four spa treatment rooms; meeting rooms; and beautiful grounds including a woodland walk.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Moor Hall Hotel & Spa?
Moor Hall has 83 guest bedrooms with all the facilities that you would expect to make your stay comfortable including free wi-fi, 24-hour room service and free use of the extensive leisure facilities including gym and indoor pool during your stay. The hotel has a selection of room types, each as individual as the hotel itself, from standard singles to luxury four poster rooms and whirlpool spa bath deluxe room.
Moor Hall also has a Bridal Prep Suite, where you can stay the night before your wedding. The Bridal Prep Suite sleeps up to 4 guests with a large, mirrored, four-poster bed and a sofa bed. There is plenty of space to get ready for the big day, with plenty of seating, hanging space and mirrored dressing tables too.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Sutton Coldfield area?
Moor Hall's location means it is a great base for visiting local attractions including Drayton Manor Theme Park, National Memorial Arboretum, Tamworth Castle, Snowdome, Twycross Zoo, Cadbury World as well as the many attractions, shops and arenas in Birmingham. Sutton Park is just two miles away and there are a range of local walks around the area.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Choose to dine in the AA rosette Oak Room restaurant which offers sweeping views across the surrounding parkland or in the more informal Country Kitchen carvery. There is also a great bar menu too and afternoon tea is very popular. A delicious breakfast is served in the Country Kitchen each morning and guests can choose from a full English and a continental option.
Moor Hall was once the home of Bishop Vesey and Henry VIII was frequently entertained here. Moving on a few centuries, the present Moor Hall was built by Colonel Edward Ansell of Ansell Brewery fame in the early 1900s. Many of the original wood carvings and stained glass can still be seen at Moor Hall today. Make sure you visit the beautiful sunken garden in the grounds at Moor Hall. Originally thought to be a bear or cock pit, the gardens have attractive Edwardian grottos and water features. The sunken garden leads on to the woodlands which you can follow a fairy door trail around to explore.