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B and Bs in Acocks Green

Elmdon Lodge
Elmdon Lodge
20 - 24 Elmdon Road

Acocks Green
West Midlands

B27 6LH | View map

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Your own home away from home With personal service, a relaxed atmosphere and plenty of great facilities you can really feel at home in our hotel whether you are a professional Monday to Friday traveller or a first time visitor. All of Elmdon Lodge's comfortable guest bedrooms are equipped with a colour television, tea and coffee facilities, good quality furniture and furnishings, and have either an ensuite shower-room or adjoining shower-room (may be shared with other guests). Free wireless internet is available in all of the bedrooms. Every room has plenty of storage for your luggage in wardrobes and/or drawers and has been arranged to maximise available space. Our facilities include comfortable rooms to suit your budget, a guest lounge, dining room, car park and landscaped gardens featuring a patio area for when the weather is fine. Free wireless internet access is provided and full English breakfast (or Continental Breakfast if preferred) is of course included in our rates. We are located in Acocks Green - a suburb of great character and charm to the south east of Birmingham city centre. The guest house is to be found in an attractive and leafy cul de sac, tucked well away from noise and traffic, but within a 5 minute walk of the railway station with links to Birmingham city centre and Solihull. With our excellent road transport links - we are located within easy reach of Birmingham city centre, Solihull, the NEC centre and Birmingham International Airport - Elmdon Lodge is an ideal base for work or for play.

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