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Tel code: 01384 | code search
Postcode: DY6 | code search
Population: 28200
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The Kingfisher Hotel
"My partner & I enjoyed our 1 night stay, verfy friendly & obliging staff,nothing too much trouble. The room was beautiful,very clean,comfy bed,fresh bathroom.A little noisy,but we were near reception, ..." More

British Oak
"We held my late Mother's wake at the Oak. My Son James arranged organised the food with Sandra who couldn't have been more helpful. There was an assortment of Vegetarian & ..." More

British Oak
"I visited the British oak , on saturday 31st October for a meal with my family and to take the kids to their halloween party. I would just like to ..." More

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The town of Kingswinford is to be found just of the A491 south of Birmingham and to the west of Dudley, it is a town that can trace its history back to Roman times at which time the area was heavily forested. Mentioned in the Domesday Book the village remained small until around 1290 when it is recorded that coal mining was being undertaken in the area, by the 1800’s coal mining and ore extraction from the area required the new technology to be made available and the railways came to Kingswinford. This railway is of particular historical interest as it the engine used on this track was the first steam engine made in the Black Country – the engine “Agenoria” can be seen today a the National Railway Museum in York. The next major change to effect what was a small village was the influx of new residents in the 1950’ and 1960’s which saw a period of rapid house building. Today Kingswinford still retains its unique character, there is the 12th century Church of St Mary with its Norman tower that was restored in the 17th century, Summerhill House which can trace it roots back to the 17th century and there are many examples of buildings dating from the 18th century that were homes for local industrialists who made their money during the Industrial Revolution. Kingswinford is a little treasure, a village that enjoys all the amenities that a modern lifestyle requires and yet integrates these attributes with a convenient location.


Broadfield House Glass Museum


Innkeepers Lodge *book online*
Premier Inn Dudley Kingswinford *book online*


Kingswinford Health Centre
Wall Heath Dental Practice


Kingswinford Health Centre
The Surgery

Estate Agent

Lee Shaw & Millsum
The Lee, Shaw Partnership

Performing Arts

Step Up School of Dance

Pub and Bar

British Oak
Fox & Goose
Portway Inn
Summerhouse Chamberlains
Woodman Inn


Portway Inn
Thai Dusit
The Balti
Zingaz Restaurant


Dawley Brook Primary School
Glynne Primary School
Summerhill School


C L B Lawyers
Hobbs Richard Company Solicitors


Fastline Taxis
Topline Travel

Sports Clubs

Dudley Kingswinford RFC (Rugby Union)
Stourbridge CC (Cycling)


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Innkeepers Lodge (0.40 miles)

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The Innkeeper's Lodge Dudley Kingswinford is located 3 miles north of Stourbridge on the B4178 Swindon Road, this lodge is next to the Harvester restaurant at Kingswinford. Each of our ... More

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Premier Inn Dudley Kingswinford (0.59 miles)

In the heart of Kingswinford, this Premier Inn makes an ideal base from which to explore the local surrounds. Local attractions include Merry Hill shopping centre, the Black Country museum and Dudley Zoo. Opposite this ... More | visit website
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The Kingfisher Hotel (0.71 miles)

The Kingfisher Hotel

The Kingfisher hotel is country hotel situated on the edge of the Black Country with easy access to the Midlands Motorway network and one of the largest shopping centers, The Merry Hill Centre. The hotel ... More | visit website

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Himley House (1.39 miles)

Himley House

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Newly refurbished, the hotel offers 23 ensuite bedrooms, including 2 four poster bridal suites. PLEASE NOTE CURRENT PHOTOS ARE PRIOR TO REFURBISHMENT AWAITING UPDATING. All rooms have LCD TV with ... More

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Travelodge Birmingham Dudley (2.13 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Copthorne Hotel Merry Hill Dudley (2.36 miles)

Copthorne Hotel Merry Hill Dudley

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The Copthorne Hotel Merry Hill Dudley is a modern 4 star hotel and conference centre in the heart of the Black Country. An attractive 138 bedroom hotel in a waterfront setting, ... More

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Talbot Hotel (3.06 miles)

Talbot Hotel

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Set on the High Street of Stourbridge this hotel dating back to the 1630's is full of charm and character. Inside the hotel is full of old oak beams, stuccoed ... More

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Dunsley Hall Hotel (3.52 miles)

Dunsley Hall Hotel

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Our luxury romantic hideaway, away from the children with complete relaxation roaring log fires and home grown food from our own estate, together with quality meat and fish from trusted ... More

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Station Hotel (3.92 miles)

Station Hotel

The Station Hotel offers a warm friendly atmosphere. Set in the heart of the Midlands. the Hotel is easily accessible from Junction 2 of the M5 which is only five minutes drive away.

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Quality Hotel Dudley (4.22 miles)

Quality Hotel Dudley

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Originally the first hostelry in Dudley, this modernised good-value hotel is just a few miles from the M5 and a 15-minute drive from Birmingham city centre. Quality Hotel Dudley offers comfortable accommodation ... More

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