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Limes Country Lodge
Forshaw Heath Road
Earlswood

Birmingham
West Midlands

B94 5JZ | View map

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Set in 6 acres of attractive and tranquil grounds, this family-run guest house is situated amid picturesque countryside, just a short drive from the M42 motorway. This rural location shows that tranquillity and isolation need not go hand in hand, with the M42 motorway and a nearby railway station making this hotel ideal for those in need of easy access to the city centre, the NEC and Birmingham International Airport. The lodge offers committed, practical guest accommodation, with en suite rooms that include digital TV, mini bars and complimentary wireless internet access. You can also treat yourself to a premier room for that extra bit of space.

From May 2008, The Limes Country Lodge will offer meeting and event facilities. The Limes is an ideal meeting place for any business meeting, conference, training day, team building or special event. The hotelís meeting and event facilities can cater for groups of up to 100, with seating arranged in a classroom or theatre style in the conference room. Alternatively, the breakfast room can be used for smaller gatherings. The guest lounge is a more intimate setting, perfect for meeting a colleague for coffee. All of the usual business facilities are available, as well as refreshments throughout the day. (Refreshments and food requirements must be pre-booked before arrival).

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