Moor Hall Hotel
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Moor Hall is a delightful country house hotel set in parkland, yet within easy reach of Birmingham, the NEC and the motorway network.
Our 83 en-suite bedrooms are furnished to ensure that you have every comfort away from home, including free wi-fi internet access and flat screen TVs.
The peaceful setting of the hotel makes in an ideal venue for conferences and meetings of up to 250 delegates and our well equipped meeting rooms have natural light and free wi-fi internet access.
There are two restaurants, the elegant 2 AA rosette Oak Room which offers fine food and wine and the more informal Country Kitchen where you can enjoy a traditional carvery.
Leisure facilities include an indoor swimming pool, fully equipped gym, sauna, spa bath, steam room and solarium.
Travelling by train
The two nearest train stations to Moor Hall are Four Oaks (2.1 miles) and Sutton Coldfield (2.3 miles) which are on the Redditch/Longbridge to Lichfield line. Journey time from Birmingham New Street station is around 25 minutes. For details of train times and fares please go to http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/
Four Oaks station, Lichfield Road, Sutton Coldfield, B74 2TD
Sutton Coldfield station, Railway Road, Sutton Coldfield, B73 5JS
Please note that there are no taxi ranks at these two stations. If you need a taxi, please call us on 0121 308 3751 when you arrive and we will order a taxi for you.
Travelling by Coach
National Express coaches terminate at Birmingham’s Digbeth Coach Station, a 10–15 minute walk from Birmingham city centre from where you can travel to the hotel by bus (see below) or by train (see above).
Travelling by Bus
The 110 bus departs from Upper Bull Street in Birmingham city centre and takes 35 minutes to reach the Ashfurlong Medical Centre bus stop on Whitehouse Common Road. From there, it is a 10 minute walk to the hotel. Cross the crossroads and walk along Weeford Road until you reach Moor Hall Drive. The hotel is then signposted. To plan your journey by bus, visit the Transport Direct website.
Travelling by Bicycle
Local train operators, London Midland, welcome bicycles onboard their off peak trains free of charge. From Four Oaks station, Moor Hall is a 2.1 mile cycle. Bike racks are located by the hotel’s Leisure Club. For more information about cycle routes in the area, use the mapping tool on the Sustrans website.
Travelling by Car
If using sat nav, please tap in the postcode B75 6LS and then follow the signs for the hotel.
From the South and London: Leave M6 at Junction 4 and follow the A446 Lichfield for 10 miles. Ignore initial signs to Sutton Coldfield. * Then at Bassetts Pole roundabout, take the A453 Sutton Coldfield to traffic lights. Turn right into Weeford Road and Moor Hall Drive is 150 yards on the left.
From Bristol and South West: M5, M42 to Junction 9. Follow the A446 Lichfield for 5 miles.*From then on, instructions as above.
From Manchester and the North: Leave the M6 at Junction 12. Follow A5 east for approximately 14 miles. At roundabout take the A38 for Birmingham. Go to next roundabout. *From then on, instructions as above.
From the M6 Toll: From the North Join the M6 toll at junction 11a of the M6 Exit at T4 and turn right at the island to join the A38 South towards Birmingham. At the roundabout (Bassett’s Pole) turn right on to the A453, signposted Sutton Coldfield. At the traffic lights turn right into Weeford Road and the entrance to Moor Hall Drive is 150 yards on the left. Turn right as you enter the drive.
From the South Join the M6 toll at either junction 7a of the M42 or junction 4 of the M6. Exit at T3 and turn right at the roundabout on to the A38, signposted Lichfield. At the roundabout (Bassett’s Pole) turn left on to the A453, signposted Sutton Coldfield. At the traffic lights turn right into Weeford Road and the entrance to Moor Hall Drive is 150 yards on the left. Turn right as you enter the drive.