Hotels in the West Midlands

The so called heart of England, the West Midlands has so much to offer visitors. Magnificent country house hotels and family holiday adventures. From city attractions in Birmingham, to the famous Black Country known for its industrial heritage, which is still in evidence today, immortalised in museum attractions as well as the general landscape.
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The Lygon Arms

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Broadway

This sprawling honey-stone building with its tall chimneys and leaded windows offers history, grand rooms and antiques, along with a thoroughly modern spa and 21st-century luxuries.
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The Tawny

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Consall

‘Treehouses, boathouses and shepherds’ huts are scattered around 70 acres of glorious grounds on the Consall Hall Estate at this deconstructed, dog-friendly hotel.
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Lion and Pheasant

Lion and Pheasant

Shrewsbury

In the historic town centre, this 16th-century coaching inn has cool, casual-chic interiors, warm and friendly young staff, innovative cooking in the restaurant, real ales and cocktails in the buzzy bar.
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Hotels in the West Midlands

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The Fuzzy Duck

The Fuzzy Duck

Stratford-upon-Avon

Like ducks to water, locals flock to this stylish 18th-century coaching inn, drawn to its modern country comforts and modern British fare. Staying guests are cosseted with high-quality linens and woollen throws in ‘minimalist’ bedrooms; bathrooms are supplied with robes and complimentary goodies from the owners’ beauty company, Baylis & Harding.
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The Haughmond

The Haughmond

UPTON MAGNA

Clearly very popular this whitewashed 17th-century village inn draws ramblers, cyclists, locals and their dogs. Reservations are recommended for the well-regarded restaurant. Above the bar, straightforward bedrooms, all solid oak and crisp bedlinen, are named for British deer. Two rooms in a converted barn, with easy access to public footpaths over the fields, are ideal for guests travelling with their dog. Stop in at the on-site farm shop for a packed lunch before striding out.
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Charades Guest House

Charades Guest House

HEREFORD

There’s nothing pretend about the welcome at this Victorian villa. In a quiet conservation area, with a lovely park close by, it lies a short walk from the centre. Bedrooms mix period features and modern comforts; some have views over the city to the cathedral.
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Somerville House

Somerville House

HEREFORD

A late-Victorian villa with a cosy guest lounge, bedrooms with contemporary features and a lovely terrace overlooking the enclosed garden. 20-minutes by foot to the centre.
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Hotel Indigo Birmingham

Hotel Indigo Birmingham

BIRMINGHAM

In the iconic Cube building, a contemporary hotel with terrific views over the city and canal network below. Higher up is the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse, Bar & Grill. Guests have complimentary use of the club and spa, which includes a pool, sauna and steam/hot rooms.
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The Old Fourpenny Shop Hotel

The Old Fourpenny Shop Hotel

Warwick

Embellished with hanging baskets, a small, brick-built hotel close to the racecourse and main sights in Warwick. Neat, comfortable bedrooms are above a friendly pub/restaurant stocking a wide selection of real ales, craft lagers, ciders and fine wines. In the rustic dining area, pub favourites, char-grilled steaks and burgers are served. Some outdoor seating; limited parking is through a narrow carriage entrance at the rear.
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Castle Limes Hotel

Castle Limes Hotel

Warwick

Adjacent to a road, a family-run hotel with spacious accommodation in a former 200-year-old former coaching house. All bedrooms have free Wi-Fi, a flat screen TV, I-pod dock/radio and tea- and coffee-making facilities; less mobile guests will appreciate one of the five ground-floor rooms. Satisfying breakfasts are served in the modern dining room, and a small residents’ bar stocks local bottled real ales, lagers, wines and spirits; pubs and restaurants are a short walk away. Limited (first come, first served) on-site parking is possible).
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The Upper House

The Upper House

Stoke-on-Trent

Set in 10 acres of landscaped gardens and woodland, this country house was built in 1845 for Josiah Wedgwood’s grandson. It is now a family-owned hotel and popular as a wedding venue. A grand staircase leads to characterful bedrooms, some with a balcony; others are in an annexe. A wood-panelled lounge has stunning views across the valley. Open to non-residents, home-cooked food is served for brunch, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. 4½ miles S of the city; 10 minutes off J15 on the M6.
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The Charlton Arms Hotel

The Charlton Arms Hotel

Ludlow

A ten-minute walk, over the stone bridge, from Ludlow Castle, this pub-with-rooms stands above the River Teme, its large terrace taking in the enjoyable panorama of the town. There’s a cheery atmosphere in the traditional bar and restaurant where locals and visitors enjoy well-cooked modern dishes and pub classics. Bedrooms, some snug, are up the stairs In the morning, read the papers over a breakfast of local sausages and Clun Valley eggs.
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Stanbrook Abbey

Stanbrook Abbey

WORCESTER

Rich in history and notable architecture, a hotel (Hand Picked Hotels) on the outskirts of Worcester that was originally inhabited by a community of Benedictine nuns. Guests today can wander the Abbey’s calming stone cloisters and 26 acres of gardens. Peaceful bedrooms (some in an adjoining manor house) may have a four-poster bed, or Gothic-shaped headboards. Private parties and weddings are held in the former chapel. George’s Bar, contemporary in style, with views over the lawn and terrace, serves refreshments throughout the day.
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Glewstone Court

Glewstone Court

Ross-on-Wye

Smartly refashioned into a stylish modern country house hotel, a Grade II-listed Georgian manor in glorious Herefordshire countryside, just beyond the town. Popular for weddings and special events, the family-run hotel has bedrooms with garden views, and a fine-dining restaurant.
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Sebastians

Sebastians

Oswestry

In a 17th-century building in the town centre, this B&B has eight characterful bedrooms with oak beams, brass bedsteads, a coffee machine and freshly baked biscuits.
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Wynnstay Hotel & Spa

Wynnstay Hotel & Spa

Oswestry

In the town centre, a family owned hotel in a renovated and extended Georgian building, overlooking a historic Crown Bowling Green. Neat bedrooms have modern bathrooms. The old coaching house has been converted into a gym and spa with beauty treatments and a heated indoor pool. In a former grocer’s, Wilsons Bar & Restaurant has comfy booths, a courtyard garden and conservatory and Mediterranean dishes on the menu.
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The West Midlands is a large and sprawling part of the UK, taking into its remit the likes of Coventry and Warwickshire, where attractions such as Arbury Hall - the gothic gem of the Midlands, and Abbey Fields delight children and adults alike. Meanwhile, Herefordshire is known for its undeniable beauty - filled with National Trust properties to explore and ancient estates including the 14th century moated manor of Brockhampton or the fairytale Georgian Castle of Eastnor with its enchanting deer park.

Referencing the region’s food and drink produce, the Cider Museum in Hereford, where you can walk through the original champagne cider cellars is a joyful attraction, while in Stratford-on-Avon, the medieval market town does not disappoint as the 16th century birthplace of William Shakespeare, still keeping his legacy alive at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and adjacent Swan Theatre on the banks of the River Avon.

Such a diverse selection of attractions, from family holidays to adventure getaways, requires an equal range of hotels and B&Bs in the West Midlands and surrounding area to cater to all travellers, and the region does not disappoint. For example, Barnacle Hall near Coventry is a 16th century farmhouse bed and breakfast within easy reach of Warwick Castle and Kenilworth Castle, and Coombe Abbey is a magnificent country house hotel dating back to 1150 AD and with an intriguing history that even takes in the Gunpowder Plot.

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Last updated: June 15, 2024