Cheap Hotels in Stourbridge
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 ceilings, half timbered black and white rear facade and features like the old bells to call the servants. A big surprise is the Ballroom located at the rear of the hotel, the old civic hall of Stourbrige still used today by the Masons. No two bedrooms are the same in this historic setting though all offer modern conveniences. With ample car parking the hotel is perfect for business or leisure travellers. The hotel offers very reasonable room rates, a popular restaurant as well as a friendly bar. When visiting the Black Country Market Town don't forget to make time to visit the nearby Glass Quarter (Walking Distance), Merry Hill Shopping Centre (2 miles), Birmingham City Centre (25mins by train), The West Midlands Safari Park, Historic Ironbridge, Dudley Zoo and the Severn Valley Steam Railway.
Premier Inn Stourbridge Town Centre Hotel
If you love shopping, you'll love staying at Premier Inn Stourbridge Town Centre. Only two miles south of Merry Hill shopping centre and ten miles west of Birmingham, you can shop to your heart's delight before returning for a delicious dinner at our Brewers Fayre restaurant. Be sure to visit Red House Glass Cone where you'll learn all about Stourbridge's famous glassmaking history, or go wild at West Midlands Safari Park - just a half hour drive from the hotel. Then, after a busy day, relax in on of our new generation bedrooms, with an impressive 40andquot; flat screen TV, freshly-updated bathroom with large shower head, and brand new, slumber-inducing, king-size Hypnos bed. All reservations placed at this hotel are subject to Premier Inn's standard Terms and Conditions, which can be found at premierinn.com
Hotels in Stourbridge
Located in the West Midlands, surrounded by beautiful English countryside and with a rich industrial heritage, Stourbridge is an exciting place to visit.
Stourbridge hotels offer a wide variety of options to visitors with prices available that will suit all budgets.
Glass Making History
Glass has been manufactured in Stourbridge since the 1600s with the rich supply of coal in the surrounding area making it the perfect place to have the hot furnaces required for its production. There's ample opportunity for you to explore this history and a good place to start is the Ruskin Glass Centre which is home to 17 independent businesses who work with glass. Many of the businesses have their own shops where you can buy some locally made glass souvenirs.
The most impressive example of the glass history in Stourbridge is the Red House Cone. The tall red brick structure was originally used in glass production and is one of only four left in the Britain. You can climb up a special platform to get a close look at its structure and watch demonstrations of glass being blown.
Another byproduct of Stourbridge's industrial heritage is its idyllic canals. The canals offer a brilliant path for you to take a walk into the beautiful surrounding countryside. They're also easily explored by bike but perhaps the best way for you to enjoy them is on a traditional canal boat.
Stourbridge Boat Trips offer trips starting in Stourbridge and travelling along the canals. They also offer evening trips which feature local music and include a freshly cooked meal.
Stourbridge has a thriving high street with a wide variety of shops and places to buy locally made fresh food.
Stourbridge also has its own shopping centre with even more shops for you to browse and a cafe for you to have a quick cup of tea after all that shopping. If you want a more diverse shopping experience then you can travel to the large city of Birmingham which is only 12 miles away.
If you're a keen cyclist then Stourbridge is a brilliant place for you to visit. There are lots of circular cycle routes that start in the town and explore the local countryside before circling back.
An idyllic ride for you to try is the 30-mile route that goes through the local Wyre Forest. If you want something a little more challenging there's the Stourbridge to Ironbridge route which is 50 miles long and extends all the way to the Ironbridge in Shropshire.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Stourbridge
What are the most booked hotels in Stourbridge?According to our booking data, one of the most booked hotels in Stourbridge is Dunsley Hall Hotel.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Stourbridge?The lowest price for a double room in Stourbridge is £79.
If I want to stay in the center of Stourbridge, which hotels shall I consider?If you want to stay near the center of Stourbridge, you can consider staying at Dunsley Hall Hotel.
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