Best Western Westley Hotel
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- This hotel is set in a leafy residential area
- Fast trains to Birmingham city centre from the nearby train station take 15 minutes
- There is an informal restaurant and a pub with a beer garden
Set on a residential street in a leafy suburb south of Birmingham city centre, the Best Western Westley Hotel is housed in a shutter-lined building with a modern redbrick annexe. It's approximately 10 minutes' walk from Acocks Green railway station; services to Birmingham New Street take 15-30 minutes.
The NEC Birmingham is about 20 minutes' drive away, while the Black Country Living Museum, an open-air complex of recreated historic buildings, is around 35 minutes' drive from the hotel.
The hotel restaurant serves dishes made with locally sourced ingredients such as Hereford beef, Lashford sausages and local cheeses; there's also a carvery on Sundays. The hotel's cosy bar offers pub grub and real ale, and features an exposed brick fireplace, a beer garden and a big TV screen for live sports.
The 37 guestrooms are decorated in a traditional style and include free Wi-Fi, TVs, and tea- and coffee-making facilities. Some rooms have sitting areas.