New Hall

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Walmley Road, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, B76 1QX, United Kingdom
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90%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
55%
272
Very Good
24%
120
Average
11%
54
Poor
3%
18
Terrible
4%
24

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 28% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families77
  • Couples82
  • Solo69
  • Business78

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Forum Posts

Birmingham to derby

by anny77

I need to travel from Birmingham International Airport to Derby. Please give me specific directions as this will be my first visit to the UK. My preferred mode of travel is rail.

Re: Birmingham to derby

by doodybee

use nationalrailenquiries journey planner

you need to choose birmingham airport ( if it will let you) or birmingham new street if not as the starting point

then Derby as the destination station and the dates and times you want to use the train

sorry for not being specific but if you get stuck email me you flight times of arrival and i can see if i can help - won't be until tomorrow though as i am off home now =

Re: Birmingham to derby

by St_Vincent

I don't think there is a direct train so you will need to change at Birmingham New Street. There is a train station at Birmingham International Airport, just follow the signs. There will be many trains going to Birmingham New Street as it is a main station, journey time will be around 10 minutes. At Birmingham New Street buy a ticket to Derby (if you haven't already bought online) and ask for the next train, the staff will show you where to go. Journey time to Derby is around 45 minutes. Derby station is quite central and there are buses outside.

Have a good trip

Re: Birmingham to derby

by leics

www.nationalrail.co.uk is the official UK railway website.

It will give you times,details and fares for all UK trains.

You will first have to go to Birmingham New Street station: this is where the train from the airport stops. Then you will change trains for the Birmingham>Derby segment.

Total journey time is around 1h - 1h 20m, one-way walk-up fare is from 13.10GBP (depends on train time). You do not need to book your ticket in advance...UK trains do not get full-up. If there is no seat you simply stand until one becomes available.

An alternative method is to take the direct long-distance bus (coach) from the airport to Derby. This is slower than the train, but cheaper......safe and comfortable enough, and does not involve changes. The coach will not stop on the way. Journey time is from around 2hours, one-way fare 7.60GBP.

http://www.nationalexpress.com/home.aspx

will give you coach times and fares. It is best to book your ticket in advance as coaches can get full-up.

Travel Tips for Birmingham

SORRY, BUT I WAS NOT STAYING...

by CURIOUSS

SORRY, BUT I WAS NOT STAYING IN BIRMINGHAM(TOO BIG), BUT IN ANGLESEY AND NORTH WALES.
THE FONDEST THING WHILE I AM HERE IS WALKING, AND ESPECIALLY ALONG THE SEASIDE AND MAKE LONG WALKS ALONG AND OVER THE CLIFFS. THIS IS VERY BEAUTIFULL, AND THE OPPOSITE TO HOLLAND WHERE THE TOTAL NATURE-SCENERYIS FLAT.(HANDY FOR CYCLING THOUGH) HERE IT IS EASY TO GO DOWNHILL, BUT UPHILL IS A DIFFERENT PEACE OF CAKE.(THIS IS INDEAD AT HOME ONE OF MY HOBBIES) THE FONDEST MEMORY OF ANGLESEY IS THE MENAI STRAIT.
THIS IS A VERY BEAUTIFULL STRETCH OF WATER BETWEEN
ANGLESEY AND THE MAINLAND.
A DIFFERENT PART OF NORTH WALES I AM FOND OF IS
AROUND CRICCIETH/PWLLHELI. BEAUTIFULL LANDSCAPE
WITH SOFT ROLLING HILLS.

West Brom

by graeme83

West Bromwich are the third club of Birmingham playing at the Hawthorns. Their fiercest rivals are Wolverhampton Wanderers. Their stadium and support is large, although not as big as Birmingham or Villa

Lotsa shops under 1 roof

by UK_GUY_LOVES_VEGAS about Merry Hill Shopping Centre

Over 200 shop under one roof at one of the UK's biggest shopping malls. Located 9 miles from Birmingham. Everything... There are hundreds of stores from dirt cheap to mega expensive - the choice is yours.

China Town

by UK_GUY_LOVES_VEGAS

As with any large city, Birmingham has its own China Town.

As you would expect this is where the best chinese restuarants are.

This place also has a thriving nightlife, with plenty of bars, clubs and theatres.

Note - beware however, as this is near to the Village (gay epiecentre of Birmingham) - unless thats your thing of course. Depends where you intend to go

Authentic Italian (with Polish touch)

by Maggies about San Carlo

It's one of 4 San Carlo restaurants in the UK but as they say, these are not theme restaurants as each one has its invidual Menu created by its chefs.
There are many Italian waiters and those who are not (these are mainly Polish) also try to speak Italian to you ;-)
Anyway, the one in Birmingham is well worth trying. The interior is very nice and the food is really good too. It's advisable to reserve a table as it gets full in the evenings, especially on the weekends and during the events in the NEC. Their creamy tomato soup is delicious, so is Saltimbocca alla Romana or Scaloppa di Vitello ai Porcini.

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Address: Walmley Road, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, B76 1QX, United Kingdom