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Situated in the historical district, this spa hotel is within 1 mile (2 km) of Black Country Museum and Dudley Town Hall. Oak House and Crooked House are also ...
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Dudley is located close to the M5, between Birmingham, Wolverhampton and Walsall, in the heart of the Black Country. Hotels in Dudley range from luxury spa hotels to contemporary, cutting-edge accommodation packed with modern amenities. Those visiting for business or who are travelling on a budget might prefer to seek out one of the numerous B&Bs or guesthouses in the region. Many of these are family-run businesses and can offer a more personal experience.
Served by excellent road and rail links, and with Birmingham Airport little more than half an hour’s drive away, Dudley is easily accessible, whatever your reason for visiting. Its roots begin in Saxon times, when the settlement of Dudda’s Leah was thought of as the Black Country’s capital. However, this small village became a powerful part of the whole country’s economy with the dawn of the Industrial Revolution. Dudley quickly became the centre for a number of industries, including glass-making, iron works and coal-mining.
Today, Dudley is warm and welcoming, with plenty of accommodation in and around the town. Many of the local B&Bs and hotels have their own stories to tell, such as the Himley Country Hotel, which once acted as home to the Lord of Dudley himself.
Those looking to soak up something of the town’s history and culture will find everything they need, virtually on their doorstep. There are plenty of museums, detailing different aspects of the local past, including the Dudley Museum and Art Gallery, the Black Country Museum and the Dudley Canal and Tunnel Trust, which will help you learn about the town’s extensive network of waterways and mining history.
Shopping in Dudley is an eclectic experience. The recently-refurbished town centre offers everything from the usual high street chains to boutique stores and high-end designer shops. However, Dudley Market is a popular destination for those seeking a hefty dose of retail therapy; the market has operated since the 12th Century, and you’ll find everything from the latest computer and video games to fresh fruit and vegetables. The area around the town centre is well served by hotels and B&Bs, putting you within a stone’s throw of a huge range of shops and stalls.
Those visiting Dudley as part of a business trip will find it well-equipped to deal with everything from small meetings to important conferences. Hotels such as the Village Hotel Birmingham Dudley offer a range of services and amenities for businessmen, such as conference suites, business hubs and free WiFi. Those visiting with relaxation in mind will find a number of spa hotels in the town, offering relaxing and restorative treatments alongside fitness centres and swimming pools.
Families will also find plenty to see and do in the area. Younger visitors will enjoy a day at the Dudley Zoo and Castle, the Ruskin Glass Centre or even a boat trip along one of the canals. With plenty of parks, nature reserves and family-friendly hotels and B&Bs nearby, you needn’t travel far afield in order to keep little ones entertained.