If you are looking for somewhere to stay, this guide will help you. Hotels, inns and guest houses are listed by towns or local centres including Brierley Hill, Dudley, Halesowen, Kingswinford and Stourbridge.
This is then followed by accommodation outside of the borough and nearby caravan and camping sites.
There is plenty to see and do in Dudley borough during your stay. From lions and tigers at Dudley Zoological Gardens to meeting costumed characters at the Black Country Living Museum. Or enjoy a boat trip at Dudley Canal Tunnel and Limestone Mines and experience the glassmaking heritage in the Stourbridge Glass Quarter. All the borough’s visitor attractions run a varied programme of events throughout the year.
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Discover Dudley - Accommodation in Dudley 2014-15
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