One Holland House

One Holland House is a two bed self-contained self-catering flat on the estate of Woodbrooke in Birmingham. There is space for parking for two cars.

The flat is set within the 10 acres of grounds belonging to the Woodbrooke Centre – this is currently not open to self-catering guests due to Covid regulations, but you are welcome to explore and enjoy the peaceful gardens, with woodlands and a lake.

We hope the following information will be helpful if you are considering making a booking with us:


The accommodation is mostly on one level but there are two steps up to the main entrance, and a step down to the kitchen. There are two bedrooms, one twin and one double, and both are ensuite with showers. There is also a family bathroom with bath, toilet and sink. There is a kitchen with a small fridge and separate freezer, kettle, microwave and gas cooker with electric oven. Crockery, tea towels, oven gloves, cooking utensils and saucepans are provided. There is a sitting dining/room with table and chairs, a sofa, and an armchair. Wifi is provided and there is a small TV.

Linen & Towels

We provide all linen for the beds as well as towels. If you are staying for longer than one week we will provide you with a change of linen and towels, but the flat will not be entered by our housekeeping team other than for essential maintenance, due to COVID-19 health and safety measures.


Woodbrooke is on the edge of Bournville village, a 15 minute stroll away, past the boating lake which is home to miniature boat enthusiasts.  Bournville itself has an array of small shops including a wool shop, butchers, bakers, flower/card shop and cafe, and a pleasant green, with Bournville Quaker Meeting House on one side and St Francis parish church on the other. The 48 bell Carillon can often be heard.   Selly Manor Museum is a medieval attraction, and the Cadbury factory looms behind, with its visitor centre Cadbury World. There is also the Bournville garden centre with cafe. Selly Oak, a mile down the Bristol road towards the city centre, is home to students at the University of Birmingham and Medical school. There are numerous walking routes along the parks and canals;  Gas Street Basin, in the heart of Birmingham City centre, is 3 1/2miles away.

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