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Tel code: 0121 | code search
Postcode: B45 | code search
Population: 2000
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Old Rose and Crown Hotel
"Good Points: Err - i'll have to think long and hard to see if there were any - oh yes, the window opened to let the smell out! Bad Points: The ..." More

Old Rose and Crown Hotel
"ASTONISHINGLY BAD! - quite the worst B&B / "hotel" I have ever stayed in. When we (my son and I) arrived around 7.00 pm we thought the place was ..." More

Old Rose and Crown Hotel
"Good Points: Friendliness of staff. Comfortable warm rooms. Bad Points: Fixings & decor poorly done - bodge jobs, no professionalism seeminly involved. Cold breakfast room, works in progress. Poor standard of ..." More

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Nestling close to the junction of the M5 and the M42 in the nearby countryside is the village of Lickey. Nearby are the Upper Bittell and Lower Bittell Reservoirs and just to the north of the village is the Lickey Hills Golf Club offering some of the best views from any golf course that I have visited, and this provides some idea of how rural this area can be, and yet it offers a convenience that many appreciate. Lickey though is probably best known for its Lickey Hills Country Park, some 520 acres of hills and parkland covered by a wide variety of trees and heathland that is rich in its diversity of wildlife. The park provides some of the best panoramic views over the surrounding countryside whilst the Visitor Centre offers a wealth of advice on how best to enjoy the park, from suggested walks along the nature trails to guided tours. For those of you visiting Lickey you may want to visit the famous Lickey Incline, just to the south of the town it is a short section of railway (some 2 miles) joining Bromsgrove to Blackwell but featuring the steepest gradient for a railway line in the UK today and that was originally constructed in the mid 19th century.

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Old Rose and Crown Hotel (0.39 miles)

Old Rose and Crown Hotel

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Within 400 acres of the beautiful Lickey Hills, with 18-hole golf course, this hotel is a 5-minute drive from the M5 and M42 motorways, 15 minutes from central Birmingham. A 300-year-old coaching ... More

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Premier Inn Birmingham South (Rubery) (1.62 miles)

Premier Inn Birmingham South (Rubery)
Situated on Birmingham Great Park, there is plenty to keep the family entertained nearby, including a cinema, Hollywood Bowl, Gala bingo, Greens Health and Fitness club, as well as other restaurants and bars. Our Birmingham South ... More | visit website
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Hilton Bromsgrove (1.65 miles)

Hilton Bromsgrove

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The Hilton Bromsgrove offers 148 bedrooms, including 8 Clubrooms; has extensive car parking facilities and a fully equipped LivingWell Health Club. This modern hotel, minutes from the main motorway network, has ... More

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Innkeeper's Lodge Bromsgrove (1.68 miles)

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The Innkeeper's Lodge Bromsgrove is within easy access of Junction 4 of the M5, this lodge is two miles north of Bromsgrove. Situated in the grounds of a Toby Carvery ... More

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Westmead Hotel (2.22 miles)

Westmead Hotel
Located in the heart of England, the Westmead Hotel is the perfect location for both business and leisure guests. With easy acces to the major motorway networks (M42, M40, M5 & M6) with the NEC ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Bromsgrove Central (2.98 miles)

Premier Inn Bromsgrove Central
Within easy reach of the M42(N) the M5, Bromsgrove train station and 10 minutes walk from Bromsgrove town centre; this hotel is 15 miles from Birmingham NEC, Birmingham International Airport and Worcester. Close to Avoncroft ... More | visit website
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Norwood Hotel (3.51 miles)

Norwood Hotel
A small friendly, family owned and run Hotel, situated 5 miles south of city centre. Very close to Royal Orthopaedic Hospital in Northfield, Robert Clinic, Cadbury World, Birmingham University, Queen Elizabeth and Selly Oak Hospitals. All ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Birmingham Frankley (3.74 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Ladybird Hotel (3.90 miles)

Ladybird Hotel

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Overlooking the scenic North Worcestershire countryside, this contemporary hotel offers chic accommodation with excellent transport links. A recent extension of the Ladybird Inn, you will be able to relax with a DVD ... More

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Alcott Farm (3.94 miles)

Alcott Farm
Alcott farm is run by hostess Jane Poole and International trainer and rider John Poole (producer of Olympic horses). The farm is set in 65 acres of rolling Worcestershire countryside only a short drive from ... More | visit website

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