We Love —
- Set in beautiful tranquil parkland yet with easy reach from Birmingham city centre
- Relax with the choice of back or face massage at the leisure centre with indoor pool (offers 2,3,5,6)
- Taste delicious food at hotel restaurant with carvery included on the first night (offer 3 or 6)
Your Destination —
Local attractions include:
The hotel offer a range of walks around the local area from 3 miles to 6.5 miles. Please pick up a leaflet from the Leisure Club reception when you arrive.
Lichfield Cathedral (pictured)
Well worth a visit, the elegant city of Lichfield is dominated by its magnificent three spired 12th Century Cathedral known as the "ladies of the vale".
Distance: approx 9.44 miles
Catch a modern day reinvention of Shakespeare plays at Birmingham Repertory Theatre, a West End hit show at the New Alexandra Theatre, or head to Birmingham Hippodrome - home to the wonderful Birmingham Royal Ballet.
Distance: approx 10 miles
The story of chocolate from the Aztec times to present day includes a chocolate making demonstration and children's fantasy factory. Indulge your senses at this unique and educational multimedia attraction dedicated to Cadbury's chocolate.
The hotel offers reduced priced tickets to their guests!
Distance: approx 14.3 miles
Overlooking the River Avon, within the town of Warwick, lies one of the finest examples of medieval history. Perfect for a family day out, why not discover Warwick Castle - Britain's greatest medieval experience.
Distance: approx 33.83 miles
Your Hotel —
Moor Hall has been owned by the Webb family for 50 years now, and it is this personal touch that sets them apart. A four star country house hotel, set in beautiful parkland, there are 82 comfortable bedrooms, 2 restaurants (1 with an AA Rosette), beautiful gardens and grounds and a spa and leisure centre making Moor Hall the perfect place for a relaxing weekend away.
First records of Moor Hall date back to the 15th century when it was owned by a Roger Harwell.
Bishop Vesey then rebuilt it in 1527 and lived at Moor Hall supported by a retinue of 140 servants. He frequently entertained Henry VIII, which is why, it is thought, Sutton Coldfield was awarded its royal charter.
Moving on a few centuries, the present Moor Hall was built by Colonel Edward Ansell of Ansell Brewery fame as his private residence in 1905. All of the wood carvings and stone work were created on site, and architects from all over the country came to admire the workmanship.
Number of rooms: 82
2 restaurants (1 with an AA Rosette)
Gardens and grounds