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Springfield Guest House, Birmingham, West Midlands

Springfield Guest House
69 Coventry Road
Birmingham
West Midlands

B46 3EA | View map

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4 star Visit Britain, family run Georgian listed Guest House, priding itself on friendly customer service and offering you a relaxed yet efficiently run stay. 3 miles from NEC & Birmingham Airport and close to Belfry & Maxstoke Golf Courses and Drayton Manor Theme Park, offering good access to the West Midlands. Stay, park & fly packages available.

All rooms ensuite, with free WIFI access, and TV's mostly hi-tech flatscreen freeview. Two luxury rooms - one with jacuzzi and another with whirlpool/separate shower. Single occupancy rates available for larger rooms. Freshly cooked full English breakfast included in the room rate. Non smoking establishment. All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities. Free room upgrade for all LateRooms guests whenever available.

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