Set in Sutton Coldfield, approximately nine miles from the centre of Birmingham, Moor Hall Hotel & Spa is a family-run country house hotel offering four-star accommodation and extensive dining and leisure opportunities.
Travellers are invited to individually furnished bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, all fitted with hospitality trays, flat-screen TVs, phones, safe deposit boxes, hairdryers, desks, toiletries and plush bathrobes.
Located in the original dining room of Sir Edward Ansell in the 1900s, the 2 AA Rosette-awarded Oak Room restaurant serves up modern British fare, prepared using locally sourced fresh produce whenever possible.
The Country Kitchen greets customers with a salad bar, homemade soups, roasts, fish and casseroles, while the oak-panelled Lounge Bar and Terrace provides views of the surrounding golf course and a Hot Rocks menu, offering guests the possibility to prepare their meat on hot volcanic rocks.
At the on-site Leisure Club, holidaymakers may unwind at the indoor swimming pool, sauna, spa bath or steam room, or enjoy a workout at the air-conditioned gym. At an extra cost, guests may enjoy a pampering body massage, facial, Indian head massage and more.
Homemade soup served with a bread roll
A selection of fresh hors d’oeuvres from the salad bar
The carvery: roasted joints carved to order, served with traditional trimmings and gravy
Chef’s specials: a choice of specials, including a fresh fish and vegetarian dish, served with a choice from the selection of seasonal vegetables and potatoes
A selection of appetising desserts served with cream or ice cream plus a cheese board selection
Freshly brewed coffee and cream or tea
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Travellers can explore the city’s architecture and first-class shopping centres, or walk along Birmingham’s intricate canal networks, where colourful boats, vibrant restaurants and cafes create a cosmopolitan setting.
Visitors may walk beneath the classical portico of the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery and browse their extensive collections which include some particularly fine Pre-Raphaelite specimens as well as other exhibits. Further on, holidaymakers may head out west to the Ironbridge Gorge Museum near Telford, a UNESCO World Heritage Site revealing the early industries that transformed the local area.