Peach Pubs opens new High Field Town House hotel in Edgbaston

A NEW twelve bedroom boutique hotel has opened in the Edgbaston area of Birmingham.

The High Field Town House hotel from Peach Pubs has been created in a Grade II-listed mid-19th century villa.

Guestrooms have been sensitively designed with individual styling that features antiques, hand-painted wallpapers and top quality beds.

Powerful rain showers have been installed as standard with three of the new hotel’s premium rooms also offering roll top baths.

The property is in leafy Highfield Road, next to the company’s award-winning High Field gastropub. The pub opened in 2014 and is where breakfast, lunch and dinner are served for hotel guests.

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One of the hotel’s premium rooms with brass bed frame, antique walnut furniture and a roll top bath.

 

 

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