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Hotels in Redditch

Designated as one of the 20th-century's 'new towns' in 1964, Redditch is situated in north-east Worcestershire, 15 miles from Birmingham. With a steady mix of history and modern day living side by side, Redditch is a pleasant town, ideal for exploring Worcestershire and the Midlands.

History

Home to several historic sites, Redditch and its surrounding area has quite a story to tell. Settlement in the area dates back to around 1348, and the Bordesley Abbey Visitor Centre has artefacts on display from the site's first archaeological dig in 1864.

The Forge Mill Needle Museum tells the fascinating, and sometimes gruesome, story of needle and fishing tackle making in the Victorian era. Housed in a listed building which runs original water powered machinery, the museum uses models and recreated scenes to provide a vivid illustration of this once bustling world. There is a gift shop on site, selling tourist items as well as packs of needles to take home.

Things to do

Creative types will enjoy a trip to The Old Needle Works which offers creative courses in textiles and other areas. Silverripple Hand Crafted Jewellery sell their own designs here, as well as everything budding jewellery designers need, to get started on their own projects.

Just a few miles away in Bournville, chocoholics will enjoy the amazing Cadbury World. Learn how your favourite chocolate bars are made, play in chocolate rain and create your own Cadburys Dairy Milk chocolate goodies. Discover the origins of the cocoa bean amidst trees and waterfalls in the Aztec jungle, then hop aboard the magical Cadabra for a ride and to meet the famous Cadbury drumming gorilla. A tour takes around three hours, not including a visit to the World's biggest Cadbury shop.

Outdoor pursuits

Those who enjoy the great outdoors should visit the Arrow Valley Country Park on the River Arrow where they can take part in various watersports, climbing and other activities. For a gentler pace, stroll around the beautiful Arrow Lake before heading back to the Visitor Centre for a leisurely coffee and some lunch.

Food and drink

Visitors will find plenty of fine restaurants in Redditch. The Forest at Feckenham is a modern gastropub serving fine French and British cuisine while Greens Bar and Restaurant serves fantastic pub grub in a family-friendly atmosphere.

For a break from shopping in the town centre, visit Muffin Break Redditch for a relaxed coffee and light lunch or sample delicious ice cream at Donatellos.

Whatever your budget, you'll be sure to find a quality Redditch hotel.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Redditch

Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Redditch?

One of the best hotels to stay in Redditch is Holiday Inn Express BIRMINGHAM - REDDITCH.

What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Redditch?

Holiday Inn Express BIRMINGHAM - REDDITCH in Redditch offers one night in a double room at the price of £49.

What are the best hotels in Redditch near the center?

Holiday Inn Express BIRMINGHAM - REDDITCH, Southcrest Manor Hotel, BW Signature Collection and Premier Inn Redditch West (A448) are located in the central neighborhood of Redditch.

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