“Now the neighbourhood has its first stand-alone stylish hotel, a whitewashed Victorian mansion with a dozen comfortable, arty rooms next to a jolly pub and laid-back restaurant.”
Tom Chesshyre – The Times
“This stunning gastropub and hotel is taking Edgbaston by storm. Their boutique hotel boards 12 individually-designed bedrooms, filled with hand-picked antiques and the latest technology. If you fancy a peaceful city break, then take a look at what The Town House can offer you”
“The Town House and the adjacent High Field pub are of a piece with all this luxury. The pub is a swanky affair: a slick extension of an art deco building which, through huge retractable doors, opens out onto well-groomed terraces.”
Tony Naylor – The Guardian
“The 12 en-suite bedrooms are decorated in aquas and greys and furnished
with king or super-king size beds, plus antique walnut and mahogany pieces. Three of the premium rooms have roll-top baths in bay windows (you may wish to close the curtain).”
Ben McCormack – Square Meal
“I gasped as we walked in, the room was absolutely stunning. What caught my eye first was the size of the bed, a super king! It was perfect for snuggling down in after a long week and the crisp white sheets were so comfortable. I can only speak for myself but I slept well in that bed, waking up was certainly harder than usual.”
Emma Victoria Stokes
“The High Field Townhouse throws the idea of hotels on its head. There’s no faffing around with checking in. You are emailed a code a few days before, which lets you through the front door and also into your room. We arrived at around 7pm, had a mooch around the sitting room and then let ourselves into the room. It was lovely to feel under no pressure to be there at a certain time.”
Helen – Positive Fridays
“Every room is filled with hand-picked antiques, high quality beds, hand-painted English wallpapers and fabulous furnishings.
Period walnut and mahogany pieces carefully chosen from Cotswolds antique shops complement the English woven carpets, fabrics and nature-inspired English wallpapers from Cotswolds makers including Rapture & Wright, Lewis & Wood and Vanessa Arbuthnot.”
“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.”