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Jonathans' Hotel and Restaurant


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Postcode: B68 | code search
Population: 10800
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"have just been for a sunday lunch the pub was busy at 1.30pm i had the sunday lunch of roast beef,and roast pork,my friend had a sirlion steak,and buter chicken ..." More

"Great staff, Good food and a lovely atmosphere, generally as pubs good the Wernely in Oldbury is excellent. We were at our daughters Birthday meal and nothing was too much trouble ..." More

Jonathans' Hotel and Restaurant
"we were in the area for a wedding and drove down on the morning of said wedding.we checked in early so we could get to wedding for 3 was ..." More

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Oldbury is to be found in the centre of Sandwell in the Midlands, Sandwell being a part of the Black Country. The area known as Oldbury can trace its origins back to Anglo Saxon times when it was then better known as “Ealdanbyrig” which translated to “Aldebury” and until the early part of the 19th century the parish was a detached part of Shropshire. Oldbury though was to become an important during the Industrial Revolution, renowned for its coal, iron, phosphorous and steel making. During the First World War tanks were made in Oldbury because it was a convenient source for many of the raw materials. Today Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council owns the oldest building in Oldbury, Big House on Church Street which dates back to 1705, and are the offices for the mayor. Much of the heavy industry has now gone and is replaced by retail parks and offices, new homes and warehousing and the modern offices of Sandwell Council. Through its history Oldbury has had a number of famous people reside in the area, but most unlikely of all is the author of the song “It’s a Long Way to Tipperary” – Jack Judge was born in Oldbury.


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Jonathans' Hotel and Restaurant (2.74 miles)


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Jonathan's is a delightful maze of rooms, corridors, archways and casements adorned with beautiful antiques. Please be aware that all the bedrooms are reached by flights ... More

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The Grove Hotel (3.03 miles)

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