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Fruits of the season

As we say goodbye to the summer blues and hello to the Autumn Hues, a walk around the Hogarths gardens ensure you are aware Autumn is in full swing. Our hedgerows are tinted in dark purple. Blackberries, synonymous with the end of summer and beginning of autumn, often the feature…

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Christmas At Hogarths

‘Tis the season to make jolly plans for Christmas parties and get togethers. Whether you’re looking to book a Christmas do for work, organising a merry meal with your friends or taking the family out for a cheerful afternoon tea, Hogarths Hotels have decked their halls and thought of everything.…

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Half Term at Hogarths

Have a fancy afternoon tea When you were a child, few things were as cool as pretending to be a grown up. And what could be more grown up than getting dressed up and having a fancy afternoon tea? The only problem: grown up foods are a bit boring. That’s…

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Pamper Parties

Kid’s Pamper Parties for your little ones From the outside looking in it can seem like kids live the easy life – but don’t be mistaken! Playing all day, every day can be tiring, and sometimes all they need is a bit of a pamper. To offer your little ones…

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The history of Stone Manor

Doomsday Book The original Stone Manor stood majestically amid the estate grounds for many years and is believed to date back to the Doomsday Book. Sadly this magnificent building was destroyed by fire. In the early 1920’s one James Guleeth Hill embarked upon the enormous task of rebuilding Stone Manor…

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The Natural Larder

At Hogarths our moto is simple when it comes to our food, our aim is to bring you, our guests, interesting food from the three counties of Worcestershire, Warwickshire and Gloucestershire, closet to where we are based. Using ingredients to honour the seasons, often grown for us, Organic where reasonably…

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About Hogarths Solihull

1760 Hogarths Solihull is actually steeped in history; the original guest house dates right back to the 1760s. It’s said that the property was uninhabited for many years, until the mid 19th century. 1870 The building was extended in the 1870s, when it was transformed into a Gamekeeper’s house. This…

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