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Castle Bromwich Hall Hotel
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Reviewed 13 April 2013

We visited Castle Bromwich Hall Hotel on a package deal with Travelzoo. The Hall is an impressive building with lots of character, inside there are lots of features which set it apart from so many featureless modern hotels. However our first impressions were not particularly good as we went to reception a little early for check in and were confronted by a gentleman who was obviously standing in for the receptionist and had been trained in the Basil Faulty school of hotel staffing. We were initially ignored and then treated in a rather condescending manner. This impression was soon dispelled as the room was fine, plenty of space, nice linen, smart bathroom and lovely view to the church. The bar and restaurant staff were very friendly and attentive and the meals were very good.
All in all a great experience and good value for money.

Room Tip: Main house has more character .
  • Stayed: April 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank GuysGrandpa
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Reviewed 13 April 2013

We were treated to a one night stay at the Castle Bromwich Hall Hotel by our children as a birthday treat for my wife, and it was a lovely treat !
One criticism, we wandered into the reception area and the receptionist was dealing with another guest, the receptionist left the area with the guest with no acknowledgement of us. i.e. " I`ll be back in a moment ". We were left standing there for a while wondering what to do !
We were eventually checked in by male member of staff.
Our room was up four flights of stairs, the room was spacious, clean, and with a nice view of the gardens. Lots of character, low ceilings and original doors.
We had a drink in the bar area, which was a nice room, and well looked after by the staff.
We had our evening meal in the Great Hall Restaurant. The room is steeped with character, beautiful fireplace, surrounded by wooden carved panelling which all looks original period.
The food was excellent and reasonably priced.£ 28.95 for 3 courses. Bread and olives served complimentary. I had duck terrine starter and my wife had asparagus and spinach soup, both very nice. Just one comment , I think that you should not have to ask for bread with soup, it should be served with it, or at least asked if you would like some !
Mains were superb, steak melted in the mouth,, and pork loin with lots of veg. Big portions too !
The sweets were also of a good standard, Lemon Torte with sorbet, and Sticky Toffee pudding,
my wife could not finish hers, again nice large portions. Coffee and tea served in the bar/ lounge.
At all times we were treated very well by the staff, special mention for `Sogand`, an Iranian lady who was very friendly and attentive, she took time to talk to guests and made us feel welcome !
We will definitely go back to the hotel, either to stay or for a meal.
The room we had was 302, it was lovely and quiet, albeit up lots of stairs.There are plenty of things to do in the area if you are visiting from out of the area.
If it`s history you are looking for, Aston Hall and Blakesley Hall are short drives away, both Jacobean Halls. The Fort shopping centre is nearby and there are a few pubs and restaurants within a 5 minute drive.Star City cinema complex is also within 10 minutes from the hotel.
Birmingham city centre is about 5 miles ( 20 mins ) away and is easily reached by car or there is a bus service No 94 from Bradford Road, daysavers cost about £3.80 and can be used on any bus all day as many trips as you like.
Nice Indian restaurant in Castle Bromwich ( Kismet ).

Room Tip: There was a lift which served some floors in the main house, in case stairs are an issue. Low ceilings and doors ! Watch your head !
  • Stayed: April 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Blue66_11
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Reviewed 12 April 2013

To be sure that we were choosing the correct location to take guests to help us celebrate my husbands birthday we had lunch at the Hotel a week previous to our booking. On that occasion we mentioned we were Gourmet Society members and noted it was advertised that we could use our Gourmet card. We were not told we could not use it. We booked for the evening meal one week later. Upon arrival we wandered into the lounge and my husband and the other gentleman ordered a drink from the bar. As this was brought to the table my husband mentioned (as you are asked to do) that we would be using a gourmet card. The waiter looked blank and said he would enquire. Some momenets later a man whom one assumed to be the front of house manager strode into the lounge and in a manner reminisent of Basil Faultysaid "you cannot use the card and never could". When we reminded him he was talking to us and not the room he quietened his tone but the damage was done. We asked to see his director to see if some compromise could be reached as it was an unfortunate mistake on the part of the Hotel and the Gourmet Society but he would not give an inch. We pondered whether to walk out but decided to stay. A waitress called Lisa redeemed the situation by her polite and considerate manner and after the meal took the trouble to show us around the beautiful building. The food was very good but we had had our evening marred by arrogance

  • Stayed: April 2013, travelled with friends
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Thank sut2n
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Reviewed 10 April 2013 via mobile

A £99 deal for 2 with dinner. The old house is tremendous and impressive but we were in the less impressive Brew House. However room 621 was more modern yet spacious and clean with good beds and a good bathroom and powerful shower.
The bar woman was helpful and on the ball. We arrived early and had a quick satisfying lunch with a good Merlot and pint of Boddingtons. We then went to the gardens next door which are free to guests and well worth a trip.
The evening meal was not worth £29 it is listed as costing. There are great restaurants in Birmingham that offer better value but if its part of the deal its ok. I had rib eye which was 4.95 supplement but chips were soggy - not good enough really. Pudding, sticky toffee was massive and such a waste. The starters were good.
Good nights sleep and this morning birds are audible. Lovely to hear so close to Birmingham city centre.
Sitting waiting for breakfast but coffee good and selection fine.
The whole beauty of the hall is worth a visit for tea coffee afternoon tea etc.
The owners have done a great job.

  • Stayed: April 2013
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Thank Liz W
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Reviewed 8 April 2013

Fabulous old hotel lovingly renovated. We stayed for one night on a deal and was given a room in the main part of the hotel. It was snowing when we arrived so we could not appreciate the grounds. Unfortunately due to the cold weather and the fact that the hotel was listed it meant our room was very drafty. The room had a lovely ensure and a big shower cubicle. The meal in the restaurant was fine but lacked a bit of flair. The girl on the bar whom also served us our meal was polite and very attentive and was an asset to the hotel. The breakfast in the morning was the best we have had in a hotel for a while as it was cooked fresh for us and was lovely and hot. This was an ideal base for visiting the Nec in BIrmingham and we would stay here again but when the weather was better.

  • Stayed: March 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Jane2715
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