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Pocket Guide: Pet-Friendly Hotels in Birmingham
As you might expect for England's second city, Birmingham has a great selection of pet-friendly hotels and bed and breakfasts, most of which are within easy reach of its superb parks. The city is one of the greenest in Europe, in fact, featuring close to 600 public open spaces comprising around 14 square miles of greenery.
Birmingham – Hundreds of Picturesque Parks to Choose From
Visit Sutton Park, the largest urban park of a non-capital city, featuring over 2,000 acres of scenic meadows, woodlands and lakes. It's the perfect day out for families with dogs, and incorporates a Scheduled Ancient Monument. Another large open space that's ideal for dogs is Cannon Hill Park, which is closer to the city centre and is next to the Edgbaston Cricket Ground, one of the country's leading sporting venues.
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For a small nightly surcharge, pets are welcome at the St Johns Hotel, which is in the charming neighbourhood of Solihull and provides refined, decent-sized accommodation with free toiletries. It's less than a 10-minute drive from Birmingham Airport, which offers regular flights to other UK airports and destinations across Europe, Asia and North America.
You could also choose the pet-friendly Quality Hotel Birmingham South NEC, a sophisticated three star venue, or the value-for-money Britannia Hotel on New Street, which is happy to accommodate dogs and cats for a small surcharge.
Other Pet-Friendly Attractions In BirminghamThe Brindleyplace area, a regenerated canal district, offers plenty of space for dog-walking, and a wide selection of cafés and restaurants with outdoor seating during the warmer months. Many museums and galleries in Birmingham also welcome visitors with service dogs. Further afield, towards the Worcestershire border, is the Lickey Hills Country Park, which is acclaimed for its vibrant summer flower displays and sculpture walk.
A City with Enviable Transport Links to the Rest of the Country
Birmingham is at the heart of the national motorway network and has regular, fast rail links to London, Manchester, Liverpool and many other UK cities and towns. It's also home to the National Exhibition Centre, one of Europe's largest trade and consumer venues, which hosts the annual National Pet Show.