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Fairlawns Hotel & Spa
Little aston Road
West Midlands

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If you have become tired of large impersonal hotels than you will appreciate the warm welcome you receive and the friendly faces you will encounter as you make use of the full range of facilities at Fairlawns – a family business since 1984. An award winning restaurant, adult fitness club, luxurious spa and landscaped grounds complement modern bedrooms all situated to the north of Birmingham, close to Walsall, Sutton Coldfield, Brownhills and Lichfield.

Bedrooms all offer facilities including free high speed internet access, power showers and digital flat screen television. Club rooms, four posters and suites offer further luxuries including robes, slippers and superior toiletries; they also offer comfort cooling during the Summer months. Six suites, each with lounge/study areas offer more spacious accommodation for senior executives and special occasions.

Special packages are available for romantic evenings, honeymoons and relaxation breaks including beauty treatments and alternative therapies; the hotel also enjoys a privileged arrangement with Little Aston Golf Club.

Private meeting rooms complete facilities which combine to create an ideal venue for business or pleasure and free parking has controlled entry / exit barriers and video surveillance.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 58
Number Ensuite: 58

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Breakfast, VAT & Fitness Club
Double: From £95
Twin: From £95
Single: From £75
Four Poster: From £122.50
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Name: Fairlawns Restaurant
Awards: AA 2 Rosttes

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Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service
Open All Year
Tennis Court
Swimming Pool
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV - Digital
Conference/Business Facilities

Sample Menu:

Seasonal Speciality Selection

Available: Lunch - Monday to Friday Dinner - Monday to Saturday
(excluding Bank Holidays)

French onion soup, baked Gruyère croute
Fillet of sea bass, fennel crust, parsnip & vanilla purée
Smoked organic Scottish salmon from the Dunkeld Smokehouse
Platter of seasonal melons, Parma ham
Baked St. Marcellin cheese, garlic & rosemary, crudité
Smooth chicken liver parfait, balsamic roast shallots, toasted brioche
Saddle of rabbit, wild mushroom seasoning, beetroot “dauphinoise”
Award winning black pudding, “pommes rosti”, poached duck egg

Available as either appetisers or main courses.
Items marked (V) are suitable for Vegans.
Fritto Misto of vegetables, parmesan & spinach bake, Hollandaise sauce
Leek & mushroom risotto & white truffle oil (V)
Roast cherry plum tomatoes & melted mozzarella, warm tomato coulis
Aubergine three ways (V)
(char grilled with pesto, fritter with sweet/sour & curried in filo basket)

Main Courses
Trio of monkfish fillets, beetroot & orange compote
(deep-fried with tartare, pan-fried with peppercorns & char-grilled with black bean sauce)
Grilled halibut “Mornay”, wilted spinach, Parma ham crisps
Seared scallops, deep-fried tiger prawns, sweet & sour noodles
Half crispy roast duckling, apple compote, white onion sauce
Pan fried loin of venison, braised celery heart, juniper scented jus
English lamb three ways, cauliflower fritters
(Braised shoulder, home-made sausage & cutlet)
Medallions of Scottish beef fillet, deep-fried aubergine, Stilton butter
Rib eye of Scottish beef, tomato, watercress, chunky fries & Béarnaise sauce
Seared Calf's liver, dry cured bacon, bubble & squeak
All garnished with appropriate vegetables and served with potatoes & seasonal greens
Desserts & Coffee
A choice of home-made desserts, British farmhouse Cheeses
and speciality coffees from our seasonal dessert menu

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