Grimscote Manor Hotel, Coleshill, Birmingham

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The Grimscote Manor Hotel

Lichfield Road, Coleshill, Birmingham, B46 1LH

Tel: 01675 464 222

Email: info@grimscotemanor.co.uk

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Wedding Award

Best Wedding Co-ordinator (venue), West MidlandsRegional Winner


At Grimscote Manor our main priority is to make sure that our guests leave as happy as they possibly can with the desire to return. We are a family run hotel set in 4 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds and we work extremely hard to make every individual guests' stay unique and memorable. We offer a fairytale wedding catered to your every need from a small intimate party to a large extravagant affair. From the moment you commit to our establishment we guarantee to commit our full time wedding coordinator and our dedicated team of staff to you.


To read more about our wedding services please click here.

Grimscote Manor Hotel won 2013 Travellers' Choice awards:


Top 25 Bargain Hotels in the United Kingdom

Top 25 Bargain Hotels in Europe

Travellers' Choice awards are based on millions of reviews and opinions from TripAdvisor travellers. Owners Steven and Gillian are extremely pleased to announce their latest award. Steven comments “This further underpins our commitment in delivering an excellent service to our guests”

Tripadvisor Award being 3rd in UK

Big Brother Style Filming of our extension building work to begin at the Grimscote:


The Grimscote Manor have commissioned AGO Productions to film our extension work.  AGO will be filming 24 hrs a day and this will be broadcasted via our website.  The camera feeds will show the work being carried out by owner Steve and you can also catch glimpses of the staff going about their daily chores.  More about this will appear here soon.

AGO Productions to film at the Grimscote Manor

2013 Charity Ball:


Over the past twelve months we have had the honour to be involved in helping raise funds for SOS charity (all be it in a small way but as they say every little bit helps) We have had the opportunity to meet some amazing people, that make our country great people like Dave and Pat Woodward who’s honour sincerity and generosity can over whelm you with emotion such is there dedication to helping others.


This year Dave has introduced us to a whole new world and a new family it’s called the British Armed Forces, a family in which every member is prepared to sacrifice their lives to help protect us and each other, we have met some amazing people along our journey people like LT.Col. Ian Harper one look into this man’s eyes and to listen to him speak we leave you in no doubt that this man speaks from the heart, this also applies to everyone else we have met during our brief journey into this world, LT. Col commanding officer Mercia regiment Richard Spieby, LT.Col.(RTD) Bill Temminck services Helen Rayson, also including all the service men and women at Whittington defence medical services and at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham LT. Col. Andy Kempster commanding officer at RCDM QE Hospital.


Dee Binyon who is patient liaison services and last but not least the true heroes the service men and women receiving treatment at the QE hospital. Thank you and have a very Happy Christmas and New Year all our love from the Grimscote Manor Hotel family also a big thank you to Matt and Isabelle for organising the very generous offer from Bookers cash and carry Tamworth.


2013 Charity Ball - £3,500.00 Raised - Thank You!

We were recently gave a hamper from yourselves. I lost my son in Iraq in 2005 and the thoughtful contents of the hamper is much appreciated particularly as I have just moved house and have had little time to think of Christmas. Thank you very much It is always a consolation for those lost to be remembered.

I would like to thank you so much for the most lovely hamper you sent me, it was so kind of all of you to think of me at Christmas time. I lost my son when he was killed in Afghanistan in August 2009 aged only 23. Nothing will ever be the same after losing your child but you try to carry on in all the sadness.