Contact Details

Name Reservations
Telephone 0121 420 2341

Pricing

PPPN £55
PR2S £75
Family Room £95

Rooms

Single Rooms 2
Double Rooms 6
Family Rooms 3
Twin Rooms 6
Triple Rooms 2

Features

No Smoking
Off Street Parking
Garden
Has WiFi/Internet

Ratings

Woodlands Hotel, Edgbaston, Birmingham

The Woodlands Hotel and Restaurant is a private, family run hotel with a reputation built by our attention to detail and first class service.

Set in the heart of Edgbaston's leafy suburbs, Woodlands hotel promises a Warm and Friendly welcome whether you are visiting for business or pleasure.

The Woodlands Hotel and Restaurant is a private, family run hotel with a reputation built by our attention to detail and first class service.

Set in the heart of Edgbaston's leafy suburbs, Woodlands hotel promises a Warm and Friendly welcome whether you are visiting for business or pleasure.

Its location makes an ideal base for visitors to the Midlands. Only 1 1/4 miles from the city centre. Ideal location for visitors to the I.C.C., N.E.C, National Indoor Arena, Birmingham and Aston Universities. Excellent public transport to and from the City with its bustling nightlife, theatres and cultural attractions.

En suite facilities
TV in all rooms
Satellite TV available
Tea & Coffee making facilities
Telephone in all rooms
Ironing Facilities
Hairdryer
Children welcome
Licenced bar
Licenced restaurant
Special diets catered for
Parking available
Non-smoking facilities
Credit cards accepted

We cater for various occasions for our guests. If you are attending a conference at the N.E.C. or if you need somewhere to stay while you are working in Birmingham give us a call.

For more information please visit our website.

Rates: From £55 per single room per night.
From £75 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
From £95 per family room per night.
Room only rates available.
Children are welcome.
Sorry, no pets.
Off street parking.
Garden.
Wi-Fi internet access.
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