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The best places to stay in Birmingham

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Where to stay in Birmingham

In a destination like Birmingham it will be possible to stay wonderful. B&Bs? Hostels? Accommodations? Birmingham offers numerous accommodation alternatives, that meet everyone's needs: for who travels in a group, as a couple, with the family or alone.
Over a total of 2,757 accommodation, it is possible to distinguish 2,469 apartments, 268 hotels, 42 b&bs, 582 independent homes, 3 villas, 4 hostels and much more. Every alternative is equipped with a vast range of services that wil allow for a more alluring stay between your choices. The best features in Birmingham are: Pets Allowed, Pool, Kitchen, Spa and Parking.
The world's tourists appreciate Birmingham. Would you like to know which is the best accommodation with the best reviws in Birmingham? The best types of accommodation according to the tourists are B&Bs. Proof is the multitude of reviews that each of them has written. 2,496 reviews with a score of 10.0 Excellent and 571 reviews with a score of 8.0 Verry Good, over a total of 290,131 reviews.

Birmingham: Organize a holiday and find the best accommodation deals

Birmingham, low cost holiday? Here's what to do. It can be easy to organize a low cost long term or weekend holiday in Birmingham by knowing that: for long term stays, the best weekly low cost offers in Birmingham have an average cost of 682 pounds, instead for a low cost weekend in Birmingham, there are low cost offers available with an average cost of 116 pounds per night.
According to whether you are trevellers in search of calm and tranquillity in the low season or whether you love the high season touristic destinations, in Birmingham the low season period with the best offers is during the month of August, more specifically, the week from 22/08 to 29/08.
Instead, for the high season, it's possible to find more accommodation at the best price in the month of April, during the week that spans from 25/04 to 02/05.
Observing this destination at a wider spectrum, the cheapest weekend is in the month of August, from 28/08 to 30/08.
The cheapest week is in the month of August from 22/08 to 29/08.
In Birmingham it will be possible to find accommodation solutions at an average cost of 97 pounds per night.

The main interest points and what to see in Birmingham during your stay

The best accommodation in Birmingham can be found near the main interest points. The unmissable interest points are:

Not far from the centre you can find 2,757 accommodation available with the best offers: 2,469 Apartments, 42 B&Bs, 268 Hotels, and much more.
Below you can find the best apartments near the centre.

Birmingham and the time with the best weather for a holiday

Birmingham: do you want to know which is the hottest month: the hottest month of the year is July where temperatures can reach 21°C.
If instead you are cold lovers the best month with the coldes temperatures is January, where the temperature can drop to 7°C.
On average in Birmingham you will find an average temperature of 14°C.
January is the rainest month where, on average, it can rain up to 13 days consecutively.


How much does it cost to stay in a B&B in Birmingham?

To stay in a B&B in Birmingham costs on average 97 pounds per night, here is a link where you can find the best offers for B&Bs in Birmingham

What is the best time to go to a B&B in Birmingham?

The best period to go to a B&B in Birmingham is during the month of April, here is a link where you can find the best offers for B&Bs in Birmingham in the best periods of the year

How much does it cost to stay in a B&B in Birmingham during the high season?

To stay in a B&B in Birmingham during the high season costs on average 102 pounds per nigh. Here you can find a link to the best offers for B&Bs in Birmingham in the high season

How much does it cost to stay in a B&B in Birmingham this weekend?

Which are the the best B&Bs for families with children in Birmingham?

The best accommodation options for families with children in Birmingham are the B&Bs and here you will be able to find a number of options

Which are the best accommodation options for who travels with animals in Birmingham?

The best accommodation options foe who travels with animals are the B&Bs. Here you can find a selection of options

Can I find a B&B with parking in Birmingham?

In Birmingham you can find many accommodation solutions with Parking. The best are the B&Bs. Here you can find a selection of solutions

Can I find wheelchair accessible accommodation in Birmingham?

In Birmingham you will be able to find different types of accommodation that are wheelchair accessible. The B&Bs could be right for you. Here you can find a selection of solutions

BIRMINGHAM: Chic Industrial City

Birmingham is not a post-industrial city, it still employs over 100,000 engineers and manufacturing workers to churn out everything from Jewelry to Cadbury chocolates, and it’s this particular energy and innovation that makes it such an exciting and intriguing place to visit.

Visitors can tour many of the factories and old industrial centers during the day while exploring the bustling and lively nightlife of the city in the evening. Food lovers will flock to this city for its four michelin starred restaurants, which is four more than Manchester has, and more than any other city in the United Kingdom outside of London.


Jewellry Quarter

It isn’t hard to guess what this quarter is named for. Traditionally being the area of town in which jewelers lived and worked, this area of town is now a trendy and lively part of the city. Try to find a boutique hotel or bed and breakfast on or near St. Paul’s Square, which is the heart of this neighborhood, for easy access to plenty of amazing pubs, restaurants, shopping, and more.


Digbeth is also a very creative and trendy neighborhood in Birmingham. Our personal favorite, there’s too many art galleries and trendy cafes to shake a stick at. Home of the famous Custard Factory which is now a community space of bars, creative businesses and independent stores, we love the vibe of this vibrant neighborhood. To really fit in, look for a eco-hotel or a holiday flat rental so that you can really feel like you’re in the neighborhood.


Recently voted the best place to live in the United Kingdom by the Sunday TImes, it’s not hard to see why. This gorgeous suburb just to the south of the city is well known for its plethora of cool restaurants and pubs, including One Trick Pony Club and Dark Horse, which regularly host live music throughout the week. Close to downtown and full of life, find a hotel or vacation rental here for the best experience of what Moseley has to offer.


One of our favorite things to do in Birmingham is to take advantage of all of the quirky museums popping up. As the home of the bulk of the UK’s industrial boom, there are a lot of museums that explore the unique role Birmingham had in creating many of the goods used in Britain to this day.

One of our favorites is the Coffin Works, a museum dedicated to educating visitors on the making of coffins, and showing a variety of unique types and styles. While a bit macabre, this cheerful museum is actually quite educational and entertaining. The Back to Backs museum is also a really good trip; showing visitors the history of inner city life from the period of about 1850 to 1950, this informative guided tour walks you through the architecture and style of daily life for Birmingham residents which the whole family can enjoy.

For a taste of the finer side of things, take a tour of Winterbourne house and gardens to see wonderful examples of mid-century victorian design, some beautiful samples of William Morris wallpaper, and the gem of this adventure is definitely the gardens; with seven acres of carefully tended flower beds, pruned hedges, and walking paths, a stroll around this park will make you think that you’re in a different country.


Birmingham has a moderate maritime climate but can often have unpredictable weather as a result, with four seasons wrapped in one day. We suggest going in the summer for the best chance of catching the good weather, and strongly suggest that visitors bring umbrellas and jackets with you just in case.

The best indication of the weather in Birmingham will be just checking the weather report about a week before your departure; and planning accordingly. We recommend trying to go in time for some of the summer festivals though; they’re sure to be incredible!