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Always have a great time in Brum as it's got such great nightlife and is very pretty. Have a problem with hotels recently though and wondered if someone could help me in this regard? I am a Birmingham City fan and so I prefer to stay near the ground (please see link below for list). Thanks
What's Birmingham like in Winter? I'm flying over for an MA interview in a few months and wondered if anyone had any advice on the weather there, and also somewhere reasonably-priced to stay? Thanks E
The Chesford Grange is a very nice place that can be booked comparatively low-cost via e.g. laterooms.com (I usually pay 55 GBP per night). Not only do they have a beautiful central building, pretty good (and clean!) rooms, and a well-stocked English Breakfast buffet in the morning - they have one of the cooler bars on the planet which is spread across several (former living?) rooms which contain shelf-loads of books. I really like sitting there after work, having a tasty (and ample) burger, and reading one of the books from their shelves.
I've been here only for business, but have never found the need to leave the hotel. A typical English dirty industrial city. Nothing to do, nowhere to go. Avoid it if you can!