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National Trust Cottages, Birmingham, West Midlands

National Trust Cottages
52 Inge Street
Birmingham
West Midlands

B5 4TE | View map
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This unusual property offers the chance to stay in workers housing that dates from the first half of the 19th century. Situated in the heart of Birmingham, the property offers excellent location for shopping, theatre and exploring city life. Guests will also have the opportunity to explore the back to back houses open to the public, demonstrating life in each of the three time periods. This house has been styled in the Victorian Period. Number 52 is to the right of the photograph.

Downstairs
Dining room with kitchen unit.

First Floor
One twin bedroom and ensuite shower room with lavatory.

Second Floor
Sitting room.

Mid-week and weekend stays available all the year round - great for shopping sorties, city breaks or a business base with a difference. The Convention Centre is just minutes away.

Visitor Notes
Gas central heating. There is no garden. There are various car parks within walking distance. Unloading and loading only permitted outside the property. Two night short breaks available at this cottage.

Accommodates 2

Details

Months Open: All Year
Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: House
Nearest Major Town: Birmingham
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