Birmingham dining & social

Birmingham dining & social


Town Hall Birmingham  |  The Belfry Hotel & Resort  |  Hampton Manor


Town Hall Birmingham

Birmingham city centre has historic buildings such as the City Council House and Town Hall built in the late 19th century, in Victoria Square.

Town Hall is a beautiful Grade 1 listed venue, located in the heart of Birmingham City Centre. 

With its 180-year history, guests will join the ranks of visitors including Charles Dickens, Joseph Chamberlain, The Rolling Stones and David Bowie. 

Available for exclusive hire, Town Hall boasts stunning architecture, providing a captivating backdrop for banqueting of up to 370 guests. 

Visit the B:Music website to find out more. 


The Belfry Hotel & Resort

The Belfry Hotel & Resort, Birmingham @vogueluxuryevent

With three high quality golf courses and decades of experience hosting tournaments including the prestigious Ryder Cup, bring your clients together for a golf day at The Belfry. 

When it’s time to eat, choose from succulent steak and grill classics at The Ryder Grill, Afternoon Tea, tapas and light bites at the Brabazon Bar and delicious pub grub at Sam's Club House. The Belfry Hotel & Resort boasts 319 bedrooms and suites, plus 22 conference and event suites. 

Visit The Belfry Hotel website to find out more. 


Hampton Manor

Hampton Manor, Birmingham - @hamptonmanor

Home to Michelin-starred Peel’s restaurant where the food is inspired by its Victorian walled garden, dining at the 15-room Hampton Manor in Solihull is more than just a seat at the table. It’s an invitation to settle in for the evening. Guests who arrive early can sample gin, sparkling wine and whisky tastings at the Maker’s Table, then unwind in the Parlour with a drink in hand. Pick a sofa and they’ll serve chef’s snacks before taking groups through for the main event in Peel’s Restaurant. After dinner, let the evening linger fireside with a nightcap in Fred’s Bar, the cosiest room in the house.

Visit the Hampton Manor website to find out more. 


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