Places To Visit In
Birmingham & West Midlands
Located in the Heart of England
The Old Rose and Crown is centrally located in the Midlands with easy access to the M5, M42 and M6 Motorways.
There are some amazing places to visit starting with the stunning walks around the Lickey Hills to shopping in the Bull Ring Birmingham. Great days out at Cadbury World, The Black Country Museum and The West Midlands Safari Park or all a short distance away.
The Lickey Hills Country Park
The hotel sits within the Lickey Hills Country Park – one of Birmingham’s most famous parks covering a vast 524 acres.
The Lickey Hills Golf Club
Right on the doorstep, this scenic and challenging 18-hole, 69 par course offers golfing guests a real treat.
The Black Country Museum
The Black Country Living Museum is an open-air museum of historic buildings and shops, near Dudley.
Places of interest in Warickshire
Famous for the beautiful Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire is full of hidden treasures. From glorious walks to National Trust properties, and of course Warwick Castle – there is something for everyone.
A medieval castle in the county town of Warwick which offers a host of special events
Stratford Upon Avon
The birthplace of William Shakespeare and set in the beautiful rural Warwickshire countryside, on the banks of the river Avon.
Coughton Court, an impressive 15th century Tudor house set in beautiful gardens is still in the ownership of the original family.
Birmingham is a Shoppers Paradise
Whether you’re after designer chic or irresistible value, you’ll find it all in Birmingham. It is home to the famous Bullring & Grand Central, the high end Mailbox Birmingham and the world-famous home of British bling – the Jewellery Quarter.
Bullring and Grand Central
With a choice of the famous Bullring, plus the Mailbox and Grand Central shopping centres, Birmingham is a shoppers paradise!
Resorts World Birmingham
Adjacent to Birmingham International, Resorts World is full of outlet stores, plus a cinema and casino – all under one roof!
The Jewellery Quarter
Home to more gold & diamonds, than anywhere in the country! There’s also a fascinating Jewellery Museum
Music and The Arts
As Britain’s second city Birmingham offers a varied cultural scene, including museums, live music, theatre and art galleries.
Home to the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Hall is a beautiful 2,262 seat concert venue.
The ICC Birmingham
An event venue with the ability to host large exhibitions, banquets, weddings and meetings.
Museum & Art Gallery
Housing a vast collection of artefacts and exhibitions of local and industrial history, along with an excellent cafe.