Acocks Green

Acocks Green is now a fairly central suburb of Birmingham, but until the first part of the 20th century was an independent community comprising three hamlets, and though much enlarged since that time shows occasional touches of its older self... Read More

Hotels in Acocks Green - 4 places to stay

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The Lodge Hotel

The Lodge Hotel
The Lodge Hotel offers 47 quality rooms situated 15 minutes from Birmingham City Centre, N.I.A. and National Exhibition Centre. Easy access to Midland motorway links, Birmingham International Airport and train stations, Stratford upon Avon, Warwick ... More | visit website

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Westley Hotel (0.19 miles)

Westley Hotel

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This is one of the leading independently-owned hotels in the Birmingham area, ideally appointed just 15-20 minutes from central Birmingham, the ICC, NEC and Birmingham Airport. The Best Western Westley Hotel is ... More

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Quality Hotel Birmingham Airport / NEC (0.26 miles)

Quality Hotel Birmingham Airport / NEC

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With a convenient location, good transport links and free parking, this hotel is within easy reach of Birmingham's city centre and the NEC (National Exhibition Centre)
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Holiday Inn Express Birmingham - South A45 (1.03 miles)

Holiday Inn Express Birmingham - South A45
Enjoy a relaxing stay at the brand new Holiday Inn Express Birmingham–South A45 situated conveniently just off the M6 and with on-site parking available. Expect a warm welcome from our friendly team at the 100% ... More | visit website
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Central Guest House (1.16 miles)

Central Guest House

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Close to all local facilities, this small, family-run guest house is 4 miles from Birmingham city centre and New Street Station.

This home-from-home is also just 4 miles from the National Exhibition ... More

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Travelodge Birmingham Yardley (1.30 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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The Birmingham Hotel (1.69 miles)

The Birmingham Hotel

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Just 2 miles from the city centre and 6 miles from the NEC and Birmingham Airport, the hotel is ideal for business or pleasure, with superb rooms at good value-for-money ... More

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Premier Inn Birmingham South (Hall Green) (1.72 miles)

Premier Inn Birmingham South (Hall Green)
A convenient location for the airport, this Premier Inn is just 8 miles from Birmingham Airport. Ideally situated 2 miles from Hall Green train station. Our Birmingham South (Hall Green) Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, ... More | visit website
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Yardley Guesthouse (1.85 miles)

Yardley Guesthouse
Here at Yardley Guest house we aim to provide warm, homely and comfortable accommodation at reasonable prices. We have recently refurbished and have 11 modern bedrooms, we have a selection of rooms; our family room ... More | visit website
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Olton Cottage Guest House (2.16 miles)

Olton Cottage Guest House
Olton Cottage Guest House is a traditional cottage offering bed and breakfast accommodation in the peaceful village of Old Yardley located just 5 miles away from the city centre.Due to its peaceful location yet close ... More | visit website
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Brighton Arms Hotel (2.19 miles)

Brighton Arms Hotel
The Brighton Arms Hotel is a Victorian bed and breakfast situated in the heart of Birmingham on one corner of the famous Balti triangle.
Recently purchased the building has been extensively re-furbished throughout to a very ... More | visit website

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