A fine example of late medieval architecture, New Hall is as majestic as it is magical. It started life as a manor house built by the Earl of Warwick as a hunting lodge in the 13th century, giving it the reputation today of being England’s oldest listed inhabited moated house.
At 800 years old, New Hall has a long history of offering exceptional hospitality to discerning guests. This 60-bedroom, four star hotel is widely held to be the most desirable wedding venue in the Birmingham area. This will come as no surprise once you have seen for yourself its 26 acres of richly timbered land, thick pasture and elegant gardens, not to mention the interiors.
Expect crenelated towers, mullioned windows and of course a drawbridge to complete the picture of enchantment that has brought people here for 800 years. But do not expect medieval draughtiness – New Hall is replete with contemporary comforts, whether it is our indulgent rooms, our spa and health club or The Bridge Restaurant with its 2 AA Rosette fine dining. And those seeking an unforgettable business venue are unlikely to regret the day they brought their colleagues and clients to an event within our walls.
We welcome you to explore and enjoy this hidden gem of the West Midlands while experiencing natural and attentive service. Whether you are here for business or pleasure we look forward to making you feel at home.