Two miles from junction two of the M42 and a twenty minute drive from the National Exhibition Centre. A twenty minute drive from historic Warwick and Shakespeare’s Stratford. Excellent pubs in local villages.
Our guests’ favorite tourist attraction. Cadbury World is a fun and educational experience for all the family. One direct, 10 minute train journey from Woodlands.
We are just a five minute walk from the Birmingham-Worcester canal. Woodlands is an ideal place to start your canal boat holiday in Worcestershire with two marinas within ten minutes. The nearby Tardebigge Flight of fifty-two locks is the largest in Britain and passes through delightful countryside.
The National Exhibition Centre
The National Exhibition Center is within 20 minutes for its exhibitions and conferences.
Dolan Park Hospital
We are just a short drive from the Dolan Park Hospital. If you are planning to have an operation at this hospital, your family and friends can be close at hand at our bed and breakfast.
Home of playwright, William Shakespeare, this lovely town by the River Avon has many famous places to visit, including Shakespeare’s Birthplace, Ann Hathaway’s Cottage, the ancient Grammar School and more. The RSC theatre is just 25 to 30 minutes drive from the bed and breakfast.
This 11th Century castle is just twenty minutes from Woodlands. You can visit the castle’s official website to see the attractions on offer, including Birds of Prey, the mighty Trebuchet, Jousting and more.
Birmingham City Centre
Birmingham city centre is easily reached, either by road or by rail link from Barnt Green station, which is half a mile away.
Hereford and Worcester Shooting Ground
Hereford and Worcester Shooting Ground offer you a shot at the fabulous sport of Clay Pigeon Shooting. Their experienced instructors will help you to test your skills on simulated grouse, pheasant and more. Less than two and a half miles from us.
Birmingham Tours UK
Birmingham Tours UK specialises in providing experienced, professional guides for private tours of Birmingham, the city centre, the Bull Ring, the Jewellery Quarter, the canal network and the city’s industrial heritage.