Stayed here for 3 nights whilst working in Birmingham. This is a lovely little hotel - friendly helpful staff, nice breakfast with plenty of choice. Yes, some of the bedroom fittings and furniture had seen better days but the room I had was clean, there were nice toiletries and fluffy towels in the bathroom. The lounge, bar and restaurant are well decorated and furnished. I was made to feel very welcome and will definitely return when next in the area.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A warm welcome and traditional hospitality awaits guests at the Plough and Harrow Hotel Birmingham. Built in 1704, originally as a wayside inn, the hotel has over the centuries become steeped in history and is recalled by many as being one of the most popular places to stay in Birmingham during the last few decades. The red brick Victorian architecture of the original building together with the large garden, lawns and plentiful car parking serves to set the Plough & Harrow Hotel apart from other Birmingham hotels This 44 bedroom hotel brings a country house style to the city with an elegant lounge bar, a separate "pub" with over 25 gins & cocktails which also shows BT Sports, a restaurant & terrace overlooking the lawn. While staying at the hotel guests are within 1/2 mile of Broad Street, the NIA, ICC, Symphony Hall, the Botanical Gardens and Edgbaston Cricket Club as well as the shopping precinct & other attractions. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Plough And Harrow Birmingham
- Hotel Plough And Harrow