Sutton Coldfield - What's Here?

Picture of some of the attractions in Sutton Coldfield including: the park with lakes and The Belfry golf course

The Historic, Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield

There is lots to see and visit around Beech Hill Grange and we make the most of it by organising trips off the site for all who wish at least once a week. It can also be great for when visitors visit and want to take residents out for a day trip. Below is just a small selection of the near by attractions which we are proud to have on our door step. For far more information on the places to visit, restaurants and hotels in Sutton Coldfield please vist Trip Advisor.

Picture of heron taking off out of lake

Sutton Park

Sutton Park is the seventh largest urban park in Europe and the second largest outside a capital city. The park covers 970 hectares (2,400 acres), with a mix of heathland, wetlands and marshes, seven lakes, extensive ancient woodlands (covering approximately a quarter of the park), several restaurants, a private 18-hole golf course on its western edge and a municipal golf course to the south, a donkey sanctuary, children's playgrounds and a visitors' centre.

Picture of heron taking off out of lake

The Belfry Golf Course

The Belfry Hotel & Resort is surrounded by over 500 acres of countryside, The Belfry offers luxurious guest bedrooms and suites, meeting and event rooms, restaurants, bars, a nightclub, a luxury Spa and Health Club and amazing golf on the greens which hold the Ryder Cup.

Picture of heron taking off out of lake

Kingsbury Water Park

Kingsbury Water Park has fifteen lakes situated in over 600 acres (2.4 kmĀ²) of country park. It is renowned for its birdlife, and is popular with birdwatchers. Throughout the park are a number of bridleways, marked cycle routes and footpaths. There are a variety of opportunities available for watersports, including water skiing, jetskis, power boats, sailing and model boat racing.