Gables Nest

1639 Coventry Road, South Yardley, Birmingham, B26 1DD, United Kingdom
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cheap accommodation near the carling academy

by cassie4

i know its not very likely that anyone can help, but is there anywhere cheap around the carling academy where 5 of us (who are all under 18) could stay after a gig on january 27th?
thanks

RE: cheap accommodation near the carling academy

by J_P_B

Unfortunately, that isn't the best end of town to be in for hotels. Check out the Ibis, Holiday Inn Express, Days Inn, or Etap. They're all a shortish walk.

Birmingham is really poorly catered for as cheap rooms go, although I think the Etap (which is brand spanking new) is really cheap. Check out www.beinbirmingham.com - the tourist board can sort you out if you are stuck. Hope this helps.

RE: cheap accommodation near the carling academy

by chippyguy1976

you could try http://www.birminghambackpackers.com/ they are a backpackers hostel in Birmingham and I think they have a few locations. Also Etap...

Travel Tips for Birmingham

Bag

by kayleigh06

Always bring a bag out with you to store your cameras, maps, phones and anyhing else that you will bring because
1 u can never rely on the weather and equipment can get water damage
2 u can never be to certain - no matter where you are - people have guts in Birmingham
3 its safer anyway!

Old Swinford Church (St Mary's)

by sourbugger

The village of Old Swinford lies a few minutes walk from Stourbridge Junction Station. It is essentially one road, but with many fine buildings of a certain high quality - both old and new.

The Church, at the centre of the village is an impressive affair. Although somewhat of a 'mongrel' having sections from different centuries, the overall effect is very pleasing to the eye.

The sandstone church has a C14th west tower, but is mostly Victorian - nave of 1843. and chancel, vestry and south chancel of 1898 by Chatwin.

The earliest known rector was 'John' in 1199, Joanna Southcott was a prophetess (not a common job around Birmingham) lived breifly in the rectory, and her sealed box of predictions was kept there.

The graveyard set on a small hill behind the church is surprisingly large and seems 'just right'. Graveyards on hills always seem so appropriate to me - and I'm just not sure why. Perhaps it has something to do with the Mount of Olives from ancient times.

The best superclub in Brum...

by TracyG about Code Nightclub

Probably the biggest club in Birmingham, this club is home to God's Kitchen, the hottest party night in the country and in Ibiza, and is resident to some of the best DJ's in the country Smart & funky. No trainers, women can wear jeans but they have to be smart or designer.

FIRST U SHOULD KNOW that there...

by egyptianhunk

FIRST U SHOULD KNOW that there is no direct flights between BIRM-and any arab country except united arab emirate..i don't know why but my ex girl friend faced this problem when she wanted to visit me in egypt..the best way is to take a train or bus to HITHROW AIRPORT.
walking is the best way.streets there are very nice and comfortable.

English breakfast and Japanese dinner

by brummielaura about Imagine Cafe

This restaurant is a funny mix of British greasy spoon (by day) and Japanese restaurant (by night). I haven't tried the Japanese food yet but their full English breakfast is one of my favourites in Birmingham.

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