Housed in a beautifully restored 18th century property, this lodge provides some of the most welcoming accommodation in Lichfield. Thanks to its proximity to the M6 Toll, the M42 and the commercial hub of Birmingham, it s a convenient base for business trips. Set in its own grounds, the lodge is dripping with original features and has nine comfy rooms and a large garden. You ll also find a cosy pub offering hearty, seasonally inspired food, a great range of cask ales and a generous serving of rustic charm. Lichfield is a pretty, quintessentially English city that s probably most famous for its fantastic medieval cathedral. Begun in 1195, Lichfield Cathedral has three distinctive spires and two lovely poolside walks. There are plenty of other local attractions, though. For starters, you could learn about the father of the modern dictionary at the Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum or take a stroll through the leafy National Memorial Aboretum or Birches Valley Forest Centre.