Walsall and the surrounding area has an awful lot to offer visitors. From the town's rich and lovingly detailed history to the miles of unspoilt and tranquil countryside that surrounds the town, there's truly something to suit all tastes.
The increasing number of tourists flocking to Walsall and the West Midlands is being catered to by a variety of hotels. A particularly popular destination for couples, many of the finest hotels in Walsall are romantic hotels.
A Romantic Retreat
Often when couples travel together, peace and relaxation are high up on the agenda. The ability to step away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and settle into a tranquil and romantic environment is an enchanting prospect for most of us. The Fairlawns Hotel and Spa offers couples the chance to unwind in style. The hotel is situated to the east of the town centre, but is still within easy reach of the many attractions. Set in idyllic grounds, the hotel also boasts a host of relaxing facilities, from spa treatments and a sauna to an indoor pool.
Walsall By Day
There's plenty to see and do in Walsall by day all through the year. The town's most prized treasure is the New Art Gallery, in Gallery Square. Not only is the building itself a spectacular architectural gem, but the extensive collection features some truly world class artworks. Other highlights in the centre of town include the freshly-landscaped Arboretum and the fascinating Leather Museum, which details the town's rich history and links to the Industrial heritage of the Midlands.
An Evening in Walsall
The centre of Walsall has seen a healthy amount of investment and redevelopment in recent years. Today, it's an exciting and cosmopolitan environment, home to a collection of independent restaurants and bars. After dinner, why not take a romantic stroll along the canal? The Beverley Hotel offers a couples-friendly, independent choice near the town centre.
Walking the Midlands
The Midlands are an ideal destination for those keen on walking. Couples can find a number of hotels towards the edge of Walsall, which offer easy access to the M6 and, therefore, to the rest of the Midlands. Some of the area's best walks can be found in nearby Cannock.