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New Hall Hotel & Spa

Walmley Road, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham, West Midlands, B76 1PH Show on Map Add to shortlist
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Day rates starting from:
£43.00
inc. VAT
24hr rates starting from:
£163.00
inc. VAT
At 800 years old, New Hall Hotel & Spa has a long history of providing discerning guests fine hospitality. Today this tradition continues with Hand Picked Hotels‘ unique blend of modern British hospitality. Conveniently located in the North Birmingham suburb of Sutton Coldfield, just 8 miles from central Birmingham and just off the M42 motorway 20 minutes from the NEC, New Hall Hotel & Spa is well positioned for business, leisure or simply as a luxury stop over to break up a long journey.
Offering 60 bedrooms and set within 26 acres of mature, elegant grounds this luxury hotel is widely reputed to be the oldest inhabited moated manor house in England.
Sympathetic renovation has provided up-to-the-minute facilities whilst retaining most of its medieval charm and character. Architecturally New Hall is a stunning building with many intricate details and is surrounded by its main attraction - a moat - originally designed to keep out intruders, today it plays home to a wide variety of wildlife including migrating ducks and geese and some of the largest carp to be found in the Midlands!
To sleep at New Hall Hotel & Spa is to enjoy a blend of modern comfort and luxury with the traditional features of historic country houses. This means, as our guests, you will enjoy benefits such as complimentary broadband internet access alongside high quality traditional furnishings, fine cotton sheets and comfortable bathrobes. Above all, each room is different but all are finished to the highest possible standard. After breakfast, prepared just as you like it, how about some exercise? A game of tennis or croquet or practice your golf? Or perhaps indulge yourself with a visit to the New Hall Spa. In today‘s fast paced modern life it is now more important than ever to take time to relax, slow down and achieve balance for wellbeing. In the Spa we focus on a number of treatments and therapies all aimed at achieving wellbeing, whilst in the Health Club our aim is to help you achieve your fitness goals in a fun and friendly environment. We pride ourselves on offering our customers contemporary meeting space with the latest technology set in tranquil and inspirational surroundings. Each of our hotels offers individuality and modern business amenities, with the benefit of extensive grounds and outstanding food and service.

Presentations, conferences, team-building exercises, and new product launches are all easily catered for, with a full compliment of conference and presentation facilities. There is a wide choice of rooms in the main house, the hotel also features the Garden Pavilion, a permanent marquee which can accommodate up to 200 guests and which enjoys impressive views of the hotel and grounds. There are a further 5 rooms including the Great Chamber, New Hall's imposing medieval banqueting hall once host to King Henry VIII himself.
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