West Midlands Hotels
Best Western have 3 hotels in West Midlands
Book a West Midlands hotel to explore and experience one of the country's most vibrant and exciting areas. The importance of the region over the years is indisputable, the cities of Birmingham and Coventry in particular contributing heavily to the industrial domination and Britain's overseas trade and manufacturing efforts. Best Western have five hotels in West Midlands and with the proximity of Birmingham, Coventry and Wolverhampton, you'll have more than one exciting UK city break to choose from.
Town and city breaks in the West Midlands
Birmingham, the UK's second-largest city, has more canals than Venice and always has plenty to do and see. The space-age Bullring provides more than a feast for the eyes. Shops, activities and eateries galore will keep the most demanding shopaholic happy for day-trip or more. As well as top-end dining and night out, Birmingham also offers many a cultural option. The Birmingham Hippodrome, offering a range of productions from West End Musicals to family pantomime, is one of the nation's favourite venues. Cool off the next day with a walk round Sutton Park, the largest Urban park in the UK. For a great hotel in West Midlands, look towards Coventry, a city with great shopping facilities, including numerous shopping centres, restaurants and an amazing history. The cathedral, museums and the Belgrade Theatre (a grade II listed structure), are particularly worthy of anyone who wants to soak up a bit of character.
Holidays in the West Midlands countryside
There are plenty of local country parks within easy reach from your West Midlands hotel. There are a large number of beautiful cycling trails around Cannock Chase on the Heart of England Way. Plenty of old estates and parks litter the country, surviving testament to the historical importance of the region. Bantock House, an ornate Georgian, grade II listed building, stands in its own beautiful park, demonstrating the wealth of the Midland Industrial moguls. Sandwell Valley's luscious woodlands and fields are home to many bird species and an RDPB visitor centre.
Attractions in the West Midlands
There is plenty on offer here; why not do it differently from your usual UK city break. A visit to the Black Country Living Museum, for instance, promises to be a fascinating day out where you will be given a guided tour through the area and its historical buildings, artefacts and exhibitions by costumed actors.,/p> From any Best Western West Midlands hotel, you will have easy access to the region's canal network. An underground canal trip will always be a memorable experience. Spooky Dudley Tunnel, at over 2,99 metres long is the second-longest canal tunnel on the UK canal network today. For something more refined, pay a visit to Wightwick Manor and gardens in Wolverhampton, one of the few surving examples of a house built and furnished during the 'Arts and Crafts movement.' It's décor and design are heavily influenced by William Morris. Book a hotel in the West Midlands with Best `Western to get to know this exciting and vibrant place and have a truly memorable short UK break.
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