Greswolde Arms, Knowle
Located in the heart of the charming village of Knowle and just a short hop from Solihull, the Greswolde Arms has a fascinating history as a major stopping point on the historic road between Birmingham and London.
About the hotel
A wonderfully warm welcome and a selection of beautifully appointed rooms with stunning 17th century features are staples of The Greswolde Arms. It’s an oasis of peace and quiet, with luxe toiletries, tea and coffee making facilities and complimentary Wi-Fi all numbering among its fabulous finishing touches.
Country-inspired décor and big plush beds give each of the rooms a lovely, homely feel. Look forward to a long lie-in followed by a leisurely shower or bath in your contemporary en-suite bathroom. Like to start the day off with a big breakfast? Head downstairs for a tantalising spread in the stylish hotel restaurant. Getting to the Greswolde Arms couldn’t be simpler either – it’s just off the M42 and there’s plenty of free parking.
Make the most of your stay, visit the local attractions
The hotel has been a feature of Knowle for centuries and is perfect for exploring the many delights of this pretty pocket of the West Midlands. History buffs can’t skip a trip to Warwick Castle, one of the UK’s most impressive medieval strongholds, that’s just 20 minutes away by car. You’ll also be well-placed for events at Birmingham NEC or shopping trips to The Bullring, while nearby Solihull is surrounded by lush green spaces and golf clubs.
Relax with a meal or drink in the pub
Sit back and relax in our restaurant which offers a range of cosy seating areas and a mouth-watering menu of classic pub grub. From brilliant brunch specials to seasonally-inspired dinner options, there’s plenty of choice and a well-stocked bar featuring cask ales, fine wines and refreshing soft drinks. Dining on a sunny day? Head outdoors to eat alfresco on our wonderful terrace.
Make the most of your stay
The NEC, Warwick Castle and Regency Royal Leamington Spa are all within easy reach. Near by you can also find the Roundhouse, Packwood House, and Baddesley Clinton, plus English Heritage sites Kenilworth Castle, Wall Roman Site, Halesowen Abbey, and Ashby De la Zouch Castle. You can explore the story of chocolate at Cadbury World and get a glimpse into Birmingham's jewellery making past at J.W. Evans Silver Factory. For some of the best shopping in Europe head into The Bullring.
Make it a date and book a room at The Greswolde Arms
Check in from — 2pm
Check out by — 11am
Breakfast served - 7am - 9am Monday to Friday
Breakfast served - 8am - 10am Saturday & Sunday
Food service - 11:30am - 9pm Monday to Friday
Food service - 9:30am - 9pm Saturday & Sunday
Reception - 7am - 10pm
Birmingham International Train Station - 5 miles
M40 - 3 miles