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Hotels in Bromsgrove

Ladybird Hotel
2 Finstall Road
Bromsgrove
Worcestershire

B60 2DZ | View map

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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 amid solid oak furniture in the thoroughly modern guest rooms. A popular Italian restaurant will keep you nourished with locally sourced ingredients, whilst 3 well-equipped conference rooms can tailor for meetings and group occasions. With Bromsgrove railway station in the immediate vicinity and free on site parking, the Ladybird Lodge is an ideal stop for travel to Birmingham, the NEC, Worcester and Stratford.

The Ladybird Lodge contains a number of modern, convenient facilities for you to enjoy during your stay. 'Rosado's' is the on site Italian restaurant, run by experienced chefs who provide fresh, locally sourced food with seasonal menu variations. An adjoining conservatory enables sunlit dining. Bar meals are also available in the adjacent Ladybird Inn, a free house serving a variety of beers, lagers and spirits. A room service menu is also available.
The 3 conference rooms are fitted with digital projectors, and the largest of the 3 can accommodate up to 60 people.

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Number of Rooms: 44
Number Ensuite: 44
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Restaurant

Name: Rosado's
Cuisine: Italian
Chef: Charles Rosado

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