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Need Accommodation for the National Wedding Show Birmingham

With October approaching, the beginning of the month will see thousands of blooming brides-to-be descend upon the city of Birmingham, to experience the annual National Wedding Show. With the clock already ticking down to the start of the big event, now is the perfect opportunity to book your hotel for the duration of your visit. But where to stay? Based in an ideal location for accessing the NEC and other major roads and motorways, we at Windmill Village offer beautiful accommodation Birmingham, set within the heart of our stunning 18 hole golf course – the ideal setting for all future brides.

Our accessible location in Coventry provides the tranquillity of a rural area outside of the city, whilst offering excellent transport links, which offer maximum convenience when travelling to a large and popular event, such as The National Wedding Show.

Our sumptuous hotel offers the perfect environment, within which to enter into the wedding spirit. Due to its charming and picturesque structure and surroundings, many couples choose to host their wedding right within our very grounds, for a truly magical and memorable experience.

If choosing to stay with us, you’ll be able to relax in comfort and style within our immaculately clean and comfortable hotel, and treated within our very own leisure club, which includes a sauna and numerous blissfully relaxing beauty treatments.

After being pampered to your heart’s content, a leisurely walk across the serene countryside will get you in the mood for top cuisine within our exquisite Fairways Restaurant.

With fine accommodation Birmingham, a luxurious health club and superb location, there is no better choice than our Windmill Village, for excellence across all aspects of your stay. To avoid disappointment, be sure to book one of our luxurious rooms today, for the perfect accompaniment to your Wedding Show visit.

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| October 5th, 2010 | Posted in Windmill News |