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Where to Stay and to Eat

If you’re planning to stay in Redditch for a holiday break or just stopping on-route there is a wide choice of conveniently situated accommodation to suit all your needs. If you are looking for refreshments there is a wide choice of options, from good old-fashioned tea rooms to a slap up meal, from Tapas to Gastro, from Thai to Indian there is a large variety of places to eat and drink.

Where to Stay

There a number of hotels in the area varying from  economy to luxury accommodation. Arriving in the town along the A441 from the north, the first hotel in view, a short drive along the B4101 (Dagnell End Road), is the Travelodge Hotel  and on the same site is the Meadow Farm restaurant.. A little further along the same road is the four star The Abbey Hotel, which has an excellent restaurant and a large golf course. Continuing into Redditch along the A441 is the Premier Inn  North Redditch, with, on the same site a Beefeater Restaurant. This is close by the Forge Mill Needle Museum and Bordesley Abbey Visitor Centre and the Abbey Stadium Sports Centre. Within the  Town Centre there a  Holiday Inn Express hotel next to the Train Station. Travelling south of the town centre along the Evesham Road (the route of the old turnpike road) there is the Southcrest Manor Hotel and restaurant based in the manor house built by the Terry family and boasting 10 acres of private woodland and lawn, and further along the same road, at Headless Cross, is the  White Hart Inn, a traditional town inn. To the south-east of the town centre is the The Old Rectory Hotel., an English country hotel and restaurant set in 3 acres  of wooden gardens. East of the town centre, along the Coventry Highway, is the  Blue Inn hotel and restaurant. To the west, on the A448, is another Premier Inn  within the Foxlydiate Arms, an attractive building built in the 1930s, which also contains a Brewers Fare

Where to Eat

A walk around the town centre gives a wide range of restaurants, tea rooms and establishments which provide refreshments. Along Church Green West ('The Parade'), Alcester Street and Unicorn Hill there are many restaurants and bars offering a wide range of food and alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages to suit every taste. Entering the Kingfisher Centre gives access to numerous eating establishments ranging from refreshments to full meals. These include famous names such as Drucker's, Costa Coffee, Café Nero, Patisserie Valerie, Debenhams, Muffin Break etc. At the Western end of the Kingfisher Centre is ‘The Hub’ which has additional evening opening and parking. Here you will find eating establishments as well a Vue Cinema and Pure Gym. Beyond the town centre, there are the restaurants associated with the various hotels, but also individual restaurants and public houses within the locality. Tripadvisor gives useful links to many of the restaurants in the town and surrounding area.
Visit Redditch

Where to Stay

and to Eat

If you’re planning to stay in Redditch for a holiday break or just stopping on-route there is a wide choice of conveniently situated accommodation to suit all your needs. If you are looking for refreshments there is a wide choice of options, from good old-fashioned tea rooms to a slap up meal, from Tapas to Gastro, from Thai to Indian there is a large variety of places to eat and drink.

Where to Stay

There a number of hotels in the area varying from  economy to luxury accommodation. Arriving in the town along the A441 from the north, the first hotel in view, a short drive along the B4101 (Dagnell End Road), is the Travelodge Hotel  and on the same site is the Meadow Farm restaurant.. A little further along the same road is the four star The Abbey Hotel, which has an excellent restaurant and a large golf course. Continuing into Redditch along the A441 is the Premier Inn  North Redditch, with, on the same site a Beefeater Restaurant. This is close by the Forge Mill Needle Museum and Bordesley Abbey Visitor Centre and the Abbey Stadium Sports Centre. Within the  Town Centre there a  Holiday Inn Express hotel next to the Train Station. Travelling south of the town centre along the Evesham Road (the route of the old turnpike road) there is the Southcrest Manor Hotel and restaurant based in the manor house built by the Terry family and boasting 10 acres of private woodland and lawn, and further along the same road, at Headless Cross, is the  White Hart Inn, a traditional town inn. To the south-east of the town centre is the The Old Rectory Hotel., an English country hotel and restaurant set in 3 acres  of wooden gardens. East of the town centre, along the Coventry Highway, is the  Blue Inn hotel and restaurant. To the west, on the A448, is another Premier Inn  within the Foxlydiate Arms, an attractive building built in the 1930s, which also contains a Brewers Fare

Where to Eat

A walk around the town centre gives a wide range of restaurants, tea rooms and establishments which provide refreshments. Along Church Green West ('The Parade'), Alcester Street and Unicorn Hill there are many restaurants and bars offering a wide range of food and alcoholic and non- alcoholic beverages to suit every taste. Entering the Kingfisher Centre gives access to numerous eating establishments ranging from refreshments to full meals. These include famous names such as Drucker's, Costa Coffee, Café Nero, Patisserie Valerie, Debenhams, Muffin Break etc. At the Western end of the Kingfisher Centre is ‘The Hub’ which has additional evening opening and parking. Here you will find eating establishments as well a Vue Cinema and Pure Gym. Beyond the town centre, there are the restaurants associated with the various hotels, but also individual restaurants and public houses within the locality. Tripadvisor gives useful links to many of the restaurants in the town and surrounding area.