The National Exhibition Centre is a 5 minutes drive from Springfield House, we offer in house transfers or can arrange a local taxi or minibus. Corporate rates are available for exhibitors or rent the entire house for a company gathering or special occasion. Our 9 rooms will sleep a maximum of 19 people.
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Our close proximity to Birmingham Airport makes us an ideal choice if you are travelling by air. Choose from a range of packages available including accommodation, private chauffeur driven transfers (to meet your flight, whatever the time) and long term parking.
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The National Motorcycle Museum occupies an 8-acre site in Bickenhill, Solihull, England and holds the world's largest collection of British motorcycles. In addition to over 850 motorcycles, which cover a century of motorcycle manufacture, the museum has conference facilities.
Shustoke Barn wedding venue is just two and a half miles from Springfield House. We can offer flexible accommodation for extra guests or rooms for the bride or groom to prepare for the big day. Our Georgian Grade II listed building with its period features inside and out provides an ideal backdrop for photos.
The Bullring and Grand Central is the glamorous heart of Birmingham and home to one of the country’s most popular shopping destinations. Discover over 240 of the most imaginative and desirable shops, catering for all your fashion and lifestyle needs - including Selfridges, John Lewis and Debenhams department stores - all right here, in the centre of town and just a 20 minute drive from Springfield House.
Cadbury World is a visitor attraction, featuring a self-guided exhibition tour, created and run by the Cadbury Company. It's only a 30 minute drive from Springfield House.
Drayton Manor is a theme park and zoo in the grounds of the former Drayton Manor, in Drayton Bassett, Staffordshire, England, UK. The park covers 280 acres of which about 113 acres are in use and hosts about 1.5 million people each year.
Set in 141 acres of beautiful North Warwickshire countryside, with a courtyard of 17th Century barns converted into retail and craft shops. Open 6 days a week, Tuesday to Sunday including Bank Holidays. Award winning Restaurant serving hot and cold food, The Children's Farm The Granary Antique Centre. Country Walks, Fishing Pools. The Red Barn available to hire for Barn Dances, Weddings, Private Parties.
Kingsbury Water Park is a country park in north Warwickshire, England, not far from Birmingham and lying on the River Tame. It is owned and managed by Warwickshire County Council. It has fifteen lakes situated in over 600 acres of country park. It is renowned for its birdlife, and is popular with birdwatchers.
The Belfry is synonymous with golf and has hosted more Ryder Cup tournaments than any other venue in the world. You'll find three award-winning golf courses which have provoked some of the most dramatic moments in the history of the sport and attract players from across the UK and beyond looking to relive the Ryder Cup magic, improve their game, and take the opportunity to make use of the unrivalled state-of-the-art golfing facilities.
Twycross Zoo is renowned as a specialist primate zoo and has a wide variety of monkeys and apes including the UK's only group of bonobos. Set in more than 80-acres, with around 900 animals of more than 160 species to see, including many native species in the Zoo's Nature Reserve. You can walk with the ring-tailed lemurs in their new walk-through enclosure; see the giant tortoises sunbathing in their new grass area and watch the penguins take their daily walk. The keepers present regular talks and feeds where you can learn a bit more about some of the animals such as the chimpanzees, penguins and meerkats.
From medieval fortress to Elizabethan palace, Kenilworth Castle has been at the centre of England's affairs for much of its 900 year history. Today, you can scale the heights of the tower built to woo Queen Elizabeth I and marvel at the mighty Norman keep. Explore the exhibition in the Gatehouse, and imagine the majesty of the Great Hall playing host to medieval monarchs and early Tudor kings.