Very clean and spacious, as well as accommodating owners; all round great value for its price!
We had a great stay, very comfortable, plenty of space, fab garden. The only thing missing (or we couldn't find it!) was a dishwasher, you need one in a house that can sleep 8 people..minor issue.
Very friendly and helpful owners who have made their guest house really welcoming. We would stay here again.
All good. Checking was quick and staff were helpful
Nice hotel, good service, friendly and helpful staff.
Excellent hotel for what we needed. Great location and staff were extremely helpful
It was safe, clean, nice towels, comfortable bed, cheap, good location. Very friendly staff.
An important educational centre, the Birmingham Eco Park in east Birmingham is managed by the Wildlife Trust and provides thousands of young people with the opportunity to learn about wildlife habitats and sustainability. All groups and individuals are welcome to book a visit on request, and will have easy access to a wide range of hotels and places to eat out nearby.
Originally a tennis court, this site was later converted into an allotment for organic vegetable growing. It eventually became an official Eco Park in 1997 when it was opened by leading environmentalist and broadcaster Chris Baines. During his career, he has earned numerous awards for his horticultural and landscape work, including an honorary personal professorship at nearby Birmingham City University.
Many hotels in Birmingham have very high standards of energy efficiency, with double glazing, energy-saving light-bulbs, and effective waste-reduction and recycling initiatives. Nearby is the Premier Apartments Birmingham, an immaculate four star venue that offers excellent self-catering facilities and WiFi access. Other more affordable places to stay include the value-for-money Holiday Inn Express Birmingham Star City and the elegant Park Inn by Radisson Birmingham West M5 J1.
The Birmingham Eco Park is close to a number of bus stops providing regular services to the centre of the city, which is famous for its Museum and Art Gallery and historic Victoria Square. Visit the enormous Bullring Shopping Centre, explore Birmingham's vast canal network, spend some time at the National Sea Life Centre, or head a little further south to Cadbury World in Bournville. The city has hundreds of restaurants serving many types of international cuisine, as well as dozens of vibrant pubs and nightclubs.
Just a few miles from the Birmingham Eco Park, this airport provides flights to destinations all over Europe and North America, as well as several cities in Asia. It's easily accessible from Birmingham International Station, which is also adjacent to the National Exhibition Centre, one of Europe's largest trade and consumer show venues.
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