More than just a good night's sleep

Solihull, Knowle

The Heron's Nest
2110 Warwick RoadKnowleSolihullB93 OEE
Tel: 0845 11 26 070

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Innkeeper's Lodge Solihull is currently closed whilst the adjoining pub undergoes a major refurbishment and the hotel rooms get a refresh. The lodge and pub will re-open in late April but bookings can still be made for stays from 25th April 2014.

Close to the charming village of Knowle, this historic lodge provides convenient yet characterful budget accommodation near Solihull, Dorridge, Birmingham and the NEC.

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Facilities

  • Family Room
  • Iron and Board
  • Onsite Parking
  • Direct-Dial Telephone
  • Flat Screen TV and Freeview
  • Free WiFi
  • Meeting room 20 seats

Contact us: 08451 551 551

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By Road

  • You can reach the lodge easily via Junction 5 of the M42, by exiting onto the A4141 south towards Knowle
  • Continue over the roundabout, travelling through Knowle for just under 2 miles
  • You'll find the lodge at The Heron's Nest, on the right, next to the Grand Union Canal

By Rail

  • Dorridge Station has a 20-minute connection to Birmingham Moor Street Station, while Solihull Station offers a 15-minute connection
  • Birmingham International Airport and Rail Station are just off Junction 6 of the M42

Dorridge Station: 1.7 miles

Birmingham International Airport: 7.8 miles

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Close to the charming village of Knowle, this historic lodge provides convenient yet characterful budget accommodation near Solihull, Dorridge, Birmingham and the NEC.

Dating back to 1816, The Heron's Nest is furnished with 10 comfy rooms and a cosy pub serving up seasonally inspired food and drink together with bags of rustic charm. Its canal and countryside setting brings further appeal, especially during the summer when the outdoor dining area springs to life.

Knowle is a lovely place to unwind, with a pretty village square, an early 15th century church and lots of idyllic, timber-framed cottages. You could also take a stroll down the Grand Union Canal - but be sure to pack some sandwiches, as there are 147 miles of towpath.

The wider area offers attractions to suit every taste. Shopaholics will love Solihull's Touchwood Centre, history buffs will enjoy the moated, medieval charms of Baddesley Clinton and families will relish a trip to Warwick and Kenilworth Castles.