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Fountain Court Hotel
"The staff here are excellent serving a great breakfast, very clean rooms, free parking and WiFi. Nice to have a good quality family run hotel.

Date visited: aug 2009 ..." More

The Grove Hotel
"Good Points: Staff were very helpful and courteous Comprehensive buffet breakfast Bad Points: Power shower difficult to get consistent temparetaure, no fan in bathroom, some gurgling and smelling of drains in ..." More

Karis Medical Centre
"I have been a patient at lariat medical centre for over 10yrs the drs are nice caring make extra time to listen understand respect my opinion listen to my concerns ..." More

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Mention Edgbaston to virtually any one and the first thing that they think of is the cricket! Famous for its cricket ground and home to Warwickshire County Cricket Club first established in 1864 by a group of aristocrats and gentlemen, the rest, as they say is history. Edgbaston though can trace its roots back to the Domesday Book and today much of the area is deemed to be Conservation Areas, such as St Augustine’s, Lee Crescent and Ryland Road which cover around half the area. Much of this is down to the Calthorpe Estate as they have through time been particularly diligent in preserving the quality and character of the area. For example south of Hagley Road the buildings there reflect architecture from the Regency period through to Gothic and many of these buildings are listed. Edgbaston has a number of Nature Conservation Areas, three in total and it is also here where the BBC studios are located, together with the Edgbaston Reservoir and the Botanical Gardens, some 15 acres of superb gardens housing one of the finest collection of plants in the Midlands. From here in Edgbaston there is plenty to explore and for the tourist, never mind the cricket enthusiast, there are ample opportunities to enjoy a flavour of the Midlands.


Elgar Court *book online*
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Care Home

Edgbaston Beaumont
Kerria Court
Sunrise Operations Edgbaston


Midland Wheel Club




Bhandal Dental Practice
Dental Practice


Bellevue Medical Centre
Cavendish Medical Practice
City Road Medical Centre
Karis Medical Centre

Farmers Market

University of Birmingham Farmers Market


Prince Hotel


Portland Pavilion Car Boot

Pub and Bar

The White Swan


The White Swan


Edgbaston High School for Girls


Totel Serviced Apartments

Sports Clubs

Birmingham University Judo Club (Martial Arts)
Edgbaston (Men's Hockey)
Edgbaston Archery and Lawn Tennis Society (Tennis)
Warwickshire County Cricket Club (Cricket)


Dolland & Aitchison

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SACO Birmingham (0.35 miles)

SACO Birmingham

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Saco Birmingham - Edgbaston offers the comfort of a hotel, with the space, freedom and flexibility of home.
These apartments are ideally located at the city end of Hagley Road, Birmingham, close ... More

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Quality Hotel Birmingham (0.39 miles)

Quality Hotel Birmingham
The Quality Hotel Birmingham is ideally located for business or leisure set in peaceful grounds less than five minutes from Birmingham City Centre. Easily accessible from both the M5 motorway at Junction 3 & the ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Birmingham Central Hagley Rd (0.44 miles)

Premier Inn Birmingham Central Hagley Rd
On the gateway to Birmingham, this Premier Inn is just minutes away from the iconic Bullring and Selfridges. Whether you're here for a concert at the NIA or living the party life on Broad Street, ... More | visit website
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Plough and Harrow Hotel (0.44 miles)

Plough and Harrow Hotel
Steeped in history, the Plough and Harrow Hotel was built in 1704, and was originally a wayside inn. The hotel is located on the Hagley Road, Edgbaston, close to Birmingham city centre. Within only a ... More | visit website
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Maple Bank Hall (0.44 miles)

Maple Bank Hall

The Vale Village is around a 15 minute walk from the main campus and approximately 3km from the Birmingham city centre. The Vale is set in a relaxing conservation area with its own lake.

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Totel Serviced Apartments (0.50 miles)

Totel Serviced Apartments

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Asquith House is a delightful Victorian property that is fully modernised and is situated amongst the leafy lanes od edgbaston, mintues away from Birmingham city centre. with convenient access to ... More

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Cavalier House Hotel (0.53 miles)

Cavalier House Hotel

Situated in leafy Edgbaston, this Grade II listed Victorian property sits amid private gardens, just a short hop from Birmingham City Centre.
Built in 1854 and with numerous restaurants, night-clubs and casinos in the vicinity, this ... More | visit website

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Signature Lifestyle Edgbaston (0.55 miles)

Signature Lifestyle Edgbaston
Not only do we promise spacious and stylish fully equipped apartments but, we guarantee that your stay with us will be enjoyable, relaxing and comfortable - with everything tailored to suit your needs. Here at ... More | visit website
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Norfolk Hotel (0.58 miles)

Norfolk Hotel

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The Norfolk Hotel, Birmingham is ideal for all your leisure.
With reasonable prices, plenty of free parking and its own relaxing gardens, what more could you need for anything from a ... More

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Travelodge Birmingham Central Broadway Plaza (0.65 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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