Visit Solihull and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Solihull, West Midlands. Home of the Rover car works, is a county borough and not strictly a suburb of Birmingham. It has its own modern shopping centre — but also Tudor houses, some of them in the High Street. Its parish church has a 168-ft tower and a splendid peal of bells. From here came John Peckenham to be chaplain to Mary Tudor and finally to be the last Benedictine Abbot of Westminster. Just South of Solihull stands the late 16th century Malvern Park Farm, an excellent example of Warwickshire domestic architecture, which is now a school.
Just 1¼ miles East of Solihull is another finely moated l6th century house, Berry Hall, well worth seeing, since it has not suffered in any way from ill-conceived restoration.
Adjacent cities/towns/villages: Acocks Green, Aston, Barston, Beoley, Berkeswell, Bickenhill, Birmingham, Bordesley, Bournville, Castle Bromwich, Coventry, Dorridge, Edgbaston, Erdington, Great Packington, Greet, Hampton in Arden, Handsworth, Hay Mills, Henley-in-Arden, Hockley, Holford, Honiley, Hopwood, Kenilworth, Kings Norton, Kingswood, Knowle, Lapworth, Little Packington, Marston Green, Maxstoke, Meriden, Moseley, Olton, Over Whitacre, Packwood, Perry Barr, Redditch, Rowington, Saltley, Selly Oak, Shustoke, Small Heath, Stechford, Tanworth, Temple Balsall, Tyburn, Tyseley, Water Orton, Witton, Wroxall, Yardley
Have you decided to visit Solihull or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Solihull bed and breakfast (a Solihull B&B or Solihull b and b)
- a Solihull guesthouse
- a Solihull hotel (or motel)
- a Solihull self-catering establishment, or
- other Solihull accommodation