This ancient coaching inn, built in the 17th century, was originally a key halt on the old London-Birmingham road. It's now a charming, character-filled hotel that's been nicely refurbished. The Greswolde Arms is an ideal base for exploring Warwickshire's lovely and historic countryside.
What style cuisine is on offer at The Greswolde Arms?
The Brasserie at the Greswolde Arms serves a contemporary British menu seven days a week. There is an open-plan bar where you may order a variety of drinks, as well as food for a relax meal.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Greswolde Arms?
The Greswolde Arms Hotel's spacious rooms include a flat-screen TV with Freeview channels. There are also tea and coffee making facilities in each room.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Solihull area?
When you stay at The Greswolde Arms, you'll have lots to do all year. The National Exhibition Centre, Warwick Castle, and the Regency Royal Leamington Spa are all within easy driving distance. Back to Backs, The Roundhouse, Packwood House, and Baddesley Clinton are all wonderful National Trust and English Heritage monuments, as are Kenilworth Castle, Wall Roman Site, Halesowen Abbey, and Ashby De la Zouch Castle. At Cadbury World, you can learn about the history of chocolate, while at J.W. Evans Silver Factory, you can see how Birmingham used to make jewellery. The Bullring has some of Europe's best shopping, and Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon is only a 30-minute drive away. If you want to improve your putti skills, there’s famous Belfry Golf Club.