As we approach the final furlong before the summer holidays arrive, many people will be looking to make the most of the summer sun by exploring parts of the UK during the weekends. Birmingham is a city which is worth a visit over a long weekend this summer, whether it’s to take in one of the amazing shows as the NIA/NEC, to see the local artistic talent on show at Artsfest 2011, or to enjoy a meander along the canals which turn England’s second city into a mini Venice. If you’re sold on visiting, then why not make a weekend of it and stay in the beautiful accommodation Birmingham available here at Windmill Village?
Nestled in the quaint West Midlands countryside, our converted mill hotel offers the ultimate setting for a relaxing and tranquil weekend away from the stresses and strains of home life. Whilst in our grounds you can relax in a countryside setting or take to the 18-hole golf course, whilst inside our hotel you’ll be spoilt for choice of what to do to relax.
Our rooms offer a luxury retreat after a day on your feet, with spacious beds for you to unwind on, in-room broadband enabling you to upload photographs of your days out straight onto the internet, and tea/coffee making facilities ensuring that whenever your thirst needs quenching, you can.
Here at the Windmill Village we appreciate that when staying away from home you don’t want to spend the whole time in your hotel room, which is why on site you’ll find a sauna, leisure club, snooker tables, tennis, pitch-and-put and a beauty salon, for you to whittle away the hours; relax, unwind and enjoy.
When it comes to feeding your appetite, we have all bases covered as on site you’ll find the stunning Fairways Restaurant which offers views of the countryside and golf course, or for those that are looking for a quick bite to eat, we also have the Cellar Bar.
Whatever your reason for visiting Birmingham or the surrounding areas, when it comes to accommodation Birmingham here at the Windmill Village, we promise to provide you with a luxurious stay which will live long in the memory.