Standing proudly on Bennett’s Hill is Birmingham Cosy Club.
Built in 1830, this Corinthian-styled masterpiece was originally the headquarters for the Birmingham Banking Company. In 1914, the building was taken over by the Midland Bank. Now of course, it’s the Birmingham Cosy Club.
Cosy Club celebrates the joys of relaxed dining, drinking and lounging in a fabulous, welcoming setting: think aristocratic abundance with a dash of local village cricket pavilion pottiness.
With its lavish, eccentric, and, of course, cosy, décor, it’s the perfect backdrop for any alternative wedding. As a wedding venue itself, Cosy Club Birmingham offers budget friendly drinking and dining in a quirky, Instagrammable, vintage-style setting.
In the heart of the grade II listed building, there are two private dining rooms called The Board Room and The Holden Room, perfect for hosting wedding receptions.
The Holden room is ground floor with disabled access whereas the Board room is on the first floor with no lift access.