Springfields Hotel


Springfields - Credit: Archant

The Springfields Hotel as it stands today was built over two different periods, The original, lower, part of the building dates from 1939, and was built using the reclaimed bricks from the old ‘Michelle Arms’ (built in 1901).

This pub, which stood immediately in front of the where the Malt Shovel is today, was demolished in 1938 when Springfield Road was widened. The older part of the hotel was originally used as a furniture store for an antiques business, but has recently been extended to form an 11 double bedroom hotel with en suite facilities. Each room has been individually decorated. All rooms are ensuite with the benefit of a flat screen television and a broadband internet connection.


We offer a delicious and hearty breakfast, freshly cooked to order from the varied menu and served in the dining room between 7-9am. Earlier breakfasts are available by special arrangement. We cater for most dietary requirements and if you need anything in particular please advise us at booking so that we can ensure we can provide you with what you need. Our breakfasts start with fresh fruit juices, a selection of cereals, and yoghurts before getting down to the cooked selection of sausages, bacon, eggs (however you like them), tomatoes, mushrooms and beans in any combination you choose. Accompanied by brown or white toast and a freshly brewed cup of tea or fresh ground coffee. All of our rooms are either Super King, King Sized, Doubles or Twins. Each room is individually decorated with en suite facilities, a flat screen television and broadband internet access. Every room has tea and coffee making facilities, irons, ironing board and hair dryer.