Home from home
Snuggle up for the night
Sharing our passion
This month Nathan shares a rare Oolong tea
The Heart of England
Explore our landscape
Our Walled Garden
Bringing an old estate back to life
- BEFORE WE -
First choice for exploring the Second City and Shakespeare’s England. Birmingham’s Country House is set in 45 acres of countryside on the edge of the city. The station in our charming village connects you to the NEC, international airport and rail terminal (2 minutes), and the city centre (14 minutes). London Euston is a swift 1hr and 15 minutes away.
Our 15 bedrooms are a home from home and service is relaxed. Food is at the heart of what we do whether it be a casual lunch in Fred’s Bistro or a dining experience in Peel’s Restaurant. Our wine list will take you off the beaten track and emphasises small producers with a story to tell. Whatever we bring to the table our attention is on the care, quality and craft, behind everything we serve.
“This place has soul” The Daily Telegraph
“Food is an event” The Times, Cool Hotel Guide
“Modern & vibrant” Olive Magazine
“Refined & original combinations” The Michelin Guide
We offer a range of unique spaces for meetings and private dining and our Courtyard forms a dedicated event space unrivalled for celebrations, weddings, products launches and creative team building. The Manor is available for exclusive hire by request.
- Offers & Promotions -
The sun’s showing it’s face, Summer’s coming, and we’ve got May special offers to ensure that you get that weekend getaway you’ve been looking for:
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The Boy with the Letter
It’s a gorgeous April afternoon, the warmest day of the year thus far, when I meet Vic and Liz on the garden terrace at Hampton Manor. Vic first visited Hampton Manor in 1936 when he was a local ten year old boy. I have met with him today, 80 years later, to hear about his encounters with the Manor, and where his life has taken him since.
Vic’s sipping on a pint of Peroni, Liz our Bathtub Gin. “Can we get you a drink”, Liz asks. This sets the precedent for my afternoon interviewing Vic, which felt more like ...Read more...