Nineteenth century canal-side stables and stores in Birmingham city centre. To be transformed into a hub from which to explore the city by foot, bike or boat.
The Roundhouse is one of Birmingham's most intersting and iconic buildings. Built in 1874 by the Birmingham Corporation it was originally used as a stables and stores. Designed by local arhitect W.H.Ward, the horseshoe shaped building has become a real landmark in the city.
The National Trust and Canal & River Trust have plans to revitalise the Grade ll* listed building. As well as restoring the building and creating a focal point on the city's canals, it will be a base from which to explore Birmingham's canal network by boat, bike or on foot.
Canal-side pub with on-site gin distillery
Arranged over two floors, The Distillery is complete with a bar, restaurant, courtyard, gin terrace and event space. Gin lovers can sample different gins, unusual spirits, local and international craft beers, along with bespoke cocktails and an extensive wine menu. Guests can feast on gourmet bar snacks, sharing platters and much more.