Budget accommodation rooms in city center Wolverhampton
Looking for a cheap overnight stay ?
Wolverhampton is not large on the tourist radar, but it reveals its hidden charm where you least expect it. Visitors come to this West Midlands city usually to catch the Wolves play at the Molineux football stadium or for a concert at the Civic Hall that has hosted Radiohead and The Killers.
The city centre has excellent road and railway connectivity with the rest of the UK. It’s an hour away from central Birmingham hotels and even closer to Shropshire. A university town since the 1990s, it has developed a thriving arts and nightlife scene that is worth staying for a few extra days.
There are plenty of excellent cheap hotels, B&B’s and guest rooms for accommodation around the town center, with farms and country houses in the rural areas, and the reputed New Cross hospital for emergencies. Victorian-style establishments are located right next door to the famous Grand Theatre of Wolverhampton UK. A free breakfast is provided by many as well.
What to do in and near Wolverhampton town centre ?
If you’re visiting the place to catch up with friends at the University, you’ll probably end up at Lichfield Street and Queen Street pubs and eateries. Otherwise (and in fine weather) you may want to check out the spacious steam era charm of Wightwick Manor and its gardens, located ten minutes away from the city centre.
Another wonderful little attraction close to the city centre is the Grand Theatre, which rivals some of the best London theatres. It’s highly recommended to enjoy a show at the Grand Theatre before it hits the West End and tickets get hard to come by. If you’re fascinated by the Victorians, Bantock House Museum will recreate the living spaces of illustrious local Victorians for you.
Enjoy a jog along the canals or picnic in the peaceful and green Smestow Valley nature reserve. Later, try out the delicious British, Cantonese, Australian, Indian, Thai and Italian restaurants around the city centre. You could also guzzle your free half pints of cask ale at the famous Banks’s Brewery.
Go on a shopping spree at the smart shopping arcades of the city centre, around the Queen Square fountain, before you head back to your bed and breakfast rooms at the end of the day.
Cheap Places to Stay – It’s easy to find a b&b or hotel room !
It’s easy to find cheap hotels and B&B’s within close proximity to Wolverhampton attractions, even though it is the thirteenth largest city in England. You can put up at a charming Victorian style bed and breakfast near the Grand Theatre or find peace in a stately Georgian mansion turned hotel a few miles into the countryside.
There are also a few modern buildings offering affordable suites with modern comforts. Thechoices of accommodation are as varied as the tariffs. With excellent trains and road connectivity, the location is never a big issue, unless you need medical care at the New Cross Hospital in Wednesfield to the east of the centre.
Regardless of the size of your group or your budget, you can find a suitable, updated place to call your home away from home for the duration of your stay.
Places to stay in the city center are close to the University, local nightlife and the Mander Shopping Centre. The railway and bus station are also nearby.
Bed and Breakfast, Hotel near New Cross Hospital WV10 0QP
Address New Cross Hospital : Wolverhampton Rd, Heath Town, West Midlands WV10 0QP, United Kingdom
Inexpensive Overnight Stay close to The Grand Theatre WV1 1 DE
Address The Grand Theatre : Lichfield St, Wolverhampton, West Midlands WV1 1DE, United Kingdom
Location of the City in West Midlands England UK – nearest Airport ?
Location : this city is located in the central part of England, more information
The closest major airport is Birmingham International Airport, which has direct train services to the city (45 minutes). The hotels near NEC and Genting arena are also 30 to 45 minutes drive away from town.
Cadbury World, Villa Park and The National Sea Life Centre are all within 14 miles.
Region : West Midlands region
County : West Midlands
(Waterloo Road, WV1 4QR United Kingdom)
Home ground of Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. Football Club, nicknamed the Wolves. The stadium has a capacity of just over 30,000 seats.
Founded : 1877
Capacity : 30,850
(Stadium Brinsford Lane, Coven Heath WV10 7PR England UK)
Football stadium of Wolverhampton Casuals F.C., which are nicknamed The Cassies.
Founded : 1899
Capacity : 1,000
(Castlecroft Stadium, Castlecroft Road, WV3 8NA)
Home ground of AFC Wulfrunians football team. Nicknamed the Wulfs. The team play their home games in the colours of red, white and black.
Founded : 2005
Capacity : 2,000
Queen Street Stadium
(Queen Street Ground, Bilston, West Midlands WV14 7EX)
Home stadium of Bilston Town Football Club. The team’s nickname is The Steelman.
Founded : 1894
Capacity : 4,000
Other stadiums in the city are Cottage Ground (Wednesfield F.C. and Wolverhampton Sporting Community F.C.), Goodrich Sports Ground (Goodrich F.C.).