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Budget accommodation in Wolverhampton - 6 places to stay

Wolverhampton, ‘Queen of the Black Country’, is now a city with the amenities expected of such a place, not least important its large university. Attractions in and around Wolverhampton include Wightwick Manor, the displays at Bantock House, and the Bilston Craft Gallery... Read More.

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Fox Hotel

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Surrounded by gorgeous countryside, this charming inn has a smart dining room, a cosy bar and just 4 individually decorated, luxurious en suite rooms. Within an hour’s drive of London, the beautiful ... More

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Premier Inn Wolverhampton North

Premier Inn Wolverhampton North
Ideally located within easy reach of the M6 and M54. Conveniently positioned for Wolverhampton train station and for shops and local amenities Wolverhampton city centre is only 4 miles away. Our Wolverhampton (M54/J2) Premier Inn has ... More | visit website
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Wulfrun Hotel

Wulfrun Hotel
Wulfrun Hotel is convenient situated in Centre of Wolverhampton, just a short distance to the bus and train. We are also near the bustling night life. Our hostel has comfortable accommodation at a very competitive ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Birmingham Hilton Park M6 Southbound

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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Travelodge Wolverhampton Central

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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Premier Inn Wolverhampton City Centre

Premier Inn Wolverhampton City Centre
Located just off the M54 and within easy reach of the M6. Local attractions include Weston Park and Cosford RAF museum. Telford, Shrewsbury and Birmingham are all easily accessible from this hotel. Our Wolverhampton City Centre ... More | visit website

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Pencroft Guest House (1.69 miles)

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This small, clean run business has been established for more than 18 years and offers a truly “home from home” feel for business professionals, contractors and families looking for clean ... More

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Ramada Park Hall Hotel and Conference Centre (1.86 miles)

Ramada Park Hall Hotel and Conference Centre

Set in 5 acres of beautiful grounds, this Georgian mansion is 3 miles (4.8 km) from the centre of Wolverhampton, with easy access to the M54, M5 and M6 motorways. Ramada Park Hall is stylish and ... More | Double Room: £24.50 room only | visit website

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The Mount (2.39 miles)

The Mount

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Set on the edge of Tettenhall Wood, on the outskirts of Wolverhampton lies this graceful country house built in 1865. It offers a refreshing blend of modern technology with tradition, character ... More | Double Room: £105

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Villiers Arms (2.41 miles)

Villiers Arms
The Villiers Arms Hotel opened it`s doors for business in 2010. The upper floors of this traditional Estate Pub have been completely refurbished to provide 5 rooms with shared facilities for occasional visitors and longer ... More | visit website
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Holly Bank House (2.64 miles)

Holly Bank House

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Holly Bank House is a family-run, late Victorian property set in four acres of gardens. It offers the weary traveller a rest, and a warm friendly welcome at all times of the ... More

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The Robin 2 Hotel (2.69 miles)

The Robin 2 Hotel
The Robin 2 Hotel is situated in the heart of the Black Country, Bilston Wolverhampton adjacent to the World famous Robin 2 concert Venue & themed bars, Noddy’s Bar and Woody's Bar named after local ... More | visit website
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Olde White Rose (2.72 miles)

Olde White Rose

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The White Rose Hotel opened it`s doors for business in August 2010. Rebuilt at the rear of the Olde White Rose pub in Bilston, the Hotel has been integrated into ... More

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Premier Inn Walsall (M6, J10) (4.37 miles)

Premier Inn Walsall (M6, J10)
Conveniently situated within easy reach of the M6 junction 10. For shops and local amenities Walsall town centre is only 2.5 miles away. Birmingham city centre is 14 miles away. Our Walsall Premier Inn has everything ... More | visit website
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Featherstone Farm Hotel (4.51 miles)

Featherstone Farm Hotel

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Featherstone Farm Hotel is a small, high class, country house hotel. Only one mile from Junction 11 on the M6, or Junction 1 on the M54. Small, high class country house set ... More

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Quality Hotel & Suites Walsall (4.66 miles)

Quality Hotel & Suites Walsall

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This modern hotel is off junction 10 of the M6, on the outskirts of Walsall and within easy reach of the International Convention Centre and National ... More

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