Hotels in Sutton Coldfield
At 800 years old, New Hall has a long history of providing discerning guests and residents the finest English hospitality and today is arguably better than ever. 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!
Lying within 26 acres of mature, elegant grounds this 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. Public areas with their fine panelling and mullioned stained-glass windows create a unique historical ambience; the magnificent Great Chamber is particularly impressive.
All of the guest rooms are individually designed and feature modern comforts such as complimentary wireless internet connection, satellite television, hairdryer, iron and board and tea/coffee making facilities with homemade biscuits.
Dining at New Hall is a highlight of any visit as the kitchen take a special pride in selecting the finest locally sourced ingredients and preparing them with a special care that has seen the Bridge restaurant picking up a number of awards over the years. The Terrace restaurant is equally as popular with a tempting range of home cooked favourites and a friendly welcome that characterises New Hall.
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Name: Bridge Restaurant / Terrace Room
Cuisine: Fine Dining / Informal
Chef: Wayne Thomson
Credit Cards Accepted
Open All Year
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