Sutton Coldfield

The town of Sutton Coldfield is located 8 miles from the centre of Birmingham. One of the main points of interest in the town is Sutton Park which is an historic landscape which covers 2400 acres and has many bridle paths, cycle paths and places to walk. It has woodlands, wetlands and seven lakes with a variety of wildlife and plants.
17 Results In Or Near Sutton Coldfield
1.0 miles from the centre of Sutton Coldfield
Located in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham. 83 bedrooms, 2 restaurants, beautiful grounds, leisure centre and spa.
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1.0 miles from the centre of Sutton Coldfield
Moor Hall Hotel & Spa is surrounded by beautiful parkland and yet only minutes away from Sutton Coldfield. Whether its a treatment, or a spa day, guests love the traditional country house atmosphere, combined with friendly staff and the best of facilities.
1.0 miles from the centre of Sutton Coldfield
A stunning country house hotel near Birmingham set in beautiful parkland for wedding receptions and civil ceremonies of up to 200 guests.
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1.5 miles from the centre of Sutton Coldfield
Conveniently located a short drive from Sutton Coldfield and Birmingham city centre, New Hall Hotel & Spa is a superb example of late medieval architecture.
1.5 miles from the centre of Sutton Coldfield
Whether it is a special dining experience, a sumptuous afternoon tea or a fabulous cocktail in the evening, New Hall Hotel & Spa is the place to come.
1.5 miles from the centre of Sutton Coldfield
Just as the hotel’s secluded grounds and unique moat create a feeling of tranquility, so this enhanced by a visit to the spa, located in the gardens.
4.0 miles from the centre of Sutton Coldfield
Crowned England’s Leading Resort at the World Travel Awards, they know it's the personal touches that make the difference.
5.1 miles from the centre of Sutton Coldfield
Discover the beautiful Aston Hall The grand Jacobean Aston Hall in Birmingham is municipally owned and now houses the best part of the city museum and art gallery's artefacts with period furniture, paintings, textiles and silver adorning its lovely rooms. Built between 1618 and 1635, the Aston has seen its fair share of historic moments – it was seriously damaged after an attack by parliamentary troops in 1643 and you can still see the hole in the staircase where a cannonball arrived ...
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