Cheap Hotels in Walsall
A smart Walsall hotel with meeting facilities, all day dining and a poolJust off the M6, Holiday Inn® Birmingham - Walsall M6, Jct.10 hotel is only a 20-minute drive from central Birmingham.If you’re catching a flight Birmingham Airport (BHX) is less than 30 minutes away by car, and you can drive to Wolverhampton in 20 minutes. See Anglo-Saxon gold and Pre-Raphaelite art at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, or indulge in some retail therapy at the Bullring Shopping Centre. Families can explore the Cadbury World chocolate factory or brave the roller coasters at Drayton Manor Theme Park, both within a 30-minute drive. If you’re in town on business, our 10 professional meeting rooms are ideal for conferences and events and trade shows at the National Exhibition Centre are within easy reach.At this hotel you can enjoy:- Free WiFi- Free parking- Business Centre- 24-hour room serviceWander into our vibrant open-plan lobby area to grab a drink from the bar or kick back in a vintage armchair. Start your day with a full English breakfast buffet, and come back later for a tasty lunch or dinner. You can keep up your fitness routine at our J10 Fitness Centre and cool off after work in the pool. Our comfortable bedrooms all have high-quality bedding and a choice of pillows, and kids stay and eat free.
The Mercure Birmingham Barons Court Hotel lies in the heart of the English heartlands, just north of Birmingham. Birmingham International Airport is just over 20 miles away, making this hotel a great option for a layover. Our historic home in Walsall Wood dates to 1901, and provides the perfect base for relaxing family breaks, business stopovers and romantic retreats. Guests looking to unwind will enjoy the modern luxury of standard and executive rooms, all of which are furnished to a high standard.
Just a mile from Walsall town centre, The Beverley Hotel offers free parking, free Wi-Fi and an on-site restaurant, less than 10 minutes’ from Walsall Railway Station. Dating from the 1890’s, and a former home to the Mayor of Walsall, Beverley Hotel maintains its original features, including an open log fire in the guest lounge. There is also a garden and 24-hour front desk. All rooms offer en suite facilities and provide free mineral water and chocolates. Rooms also have tea and coffee making facilities, a work desk, and are individually designed. The Beverley Hotel is located on the A461, close to Junctions 7, 9 and 10 of the M6. Walsall is on the outskirts of Birmingham, just 30 minutes’ drive from the NEC and Birmingham Airport.
Situated across the road from the famous sports facilities of Bentley Pavilion, Premier Inn Walsall M6 J10 is the ideal base if you're playing or watching a match. But there's a sporting chance you'll want to do much more too, like shopping in Birmingham. From the NEC to the V Festival, from the BMX championships to some FA-type action at Bentley Pavilion, you'll find lots of activities on your doorstep. The transport links of the M6 are also close by, as are many major businesses, and once you're done you can come back to a warm welcome, comfy beds and our Table Table restaurant.
Hotels in Walsall
A large industrial town in the West Midlands, Walsall is situated eight miles north-west of Birmingham city. Originally a part of Staffordshire, the town is now a component of the West Midlands and the Black Country. With museums, parks and activities, Walsall has much to offer and there are a number of Walsall hotels from which to make your base.
Take a trip back in time inside the Walsall Leather Museum, housed in a restored Victorian factory building. Here visitors can learn about the history of Walsall's famous leatherworking trade. Within the grounds, beautiful gardens planted with traditional tanning trees and shrubs can be found, along with a café serving homemade food and a shop selling Walsall-made leather goods.
Motor fans should visit the nearby Aston Manor Road Transport Museum. The museum specialises in buses, trucks and tramcars of yesteryear, with lots of related artefacts and displays of transport history. There is a small shop on site as well which sells transport models and books.
Out and about
Walkers will enjoy the Walsall Arboretum, a public park built in 1874 close to the town centre. Parts of the park and surrounding housing are covered by the Arboretum conservation area and the park also contains a children's play area and boating lake. Until 2008 it was also home to the famous Walsall Illuminations.
The Walsall Golf Club was formed in 1907 and is situated a short distance from the West Midlands motorway link. The 18-hole course has an abundance of sand traps and each and every green is closely guarded by bunkers requiring a precise second shot.
Those who like more adrenaline-fuelled pastimes should try out Ace Karting Plus, the Walsall indoor go-kart track. Test your driving skills to the limit on the superb track or take part in a highly competitive Grand Prix or Endurance Race.
Food and drink
Walsall has much to offer the discerning foodie. Pub food and Indian food are both specialities in the area; try the Black Country Arms or The Fountain for great food and drink as well as a warm welcome and friendly atmosphere. Mirchi Indian and Bangladeshi Restaurant has some superb food on offer and friendly staff, only too happy to help.
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