Granville House Apartments
Apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
If you are looking for a hotel alternative then this Apartment is truly an ideal choice for you as its literally a few minutes walk from the Broad Street where you will find most hotels.
The location of this luxury apartment development is less than 100 metres from the main Broad street giving access to all the main attractions including the Convention quarter, Birmingham New Street train station and the Bullring is 15 minutes' walk away or less than 5 minutes by taxi. Whether it's for business or leisure.
Even though this development has a city centre location it is situated on a side street with locked away within a well built court yard surrounding allowing you to quickly fallback on to the comfortable sofas, relax and unwind in front of the TV. These tastefully designed luxury one bedroom apartments have ample amount of space and comfort compared to a hotel.
These Brand New 1 and 2 bedroom apartments are of the highest spec with 32" LCD Flat TV's, with Built in Freeview, fully equipped kitchen, dishwasher, washing machine and dryer.Just 10 Metres from Broad St, 5 minute walk to the ICC and the NIA.
The price quoted is inclusive of all utilities, high speed broadband, linen and towels along with a weekly housekeeping service.
The apartment has a fully equipped kitchen including washing machine, utensils and microwave and comes with all linen and towels.
If you have any further queries or you would like to book this apartment please do not hesitate to contact us.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Furniture||Double beds (2)|
The Heart of England/Peak District
Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery
One of the best collections of Pre-Raphaelite works in the world. Highlights include a gallery of creations by Birmingham lad Edward Burne-Jones – look out for his massive triptych The Last Judgement, a grand piano smothered in gilt plasterwork, and a vast, goldpainted, Renaissance-themed wedding chest. Paintings include Ford Madox Brown's The Last of England, where British migrants pass Dover-esque white cliffs to leave the country, and Henry Wallis' Death of Chatterton, a diminutive oil featuring a doomed, pale poet sprawled in his attic bedroom. Then there's an image seen on countless cards worldwide: Dante Gabriel Rossetti's iconic Proserpine, in which a soulful,…
Topped with its art-deco sign, this is the oldest working cinema in the UK (screening since 1909). Enjoy a mix of mainstream and art-house cinema, waited upon in plush two-seater sofas, or have a drink in the small bar.
Great British Eatery
Slide onto a bar stool and inhale the tang of vinegar at this award winning chippy. There are pies and sausages aplenty, meal deals from £2 and roast chicken and chips from £3.50. You can wash it all down with a beer, too.
Huge glass front panels make this swanky restaurant a bit of a culinary goldfish bowl, but most diners don't complain - the sophisticated modern-Brit dishes are quite special.
Cadbury World, about 4 miles south of Birmingham in the village of Bournville, sets out to educate visitors about the history of cocoa and the Cadbury family, but sweetens the deal with free samples, displays of chocolate-making machines, and chocolate-themed rides. Opening hours vary through the year (bookings essential in July and August), so check the website before you visit.
Surrounding the chocolate works, pretty Bournville Village was built by the philanthropic Cadbury family to accommodate early-20th-century factory workers. In the centre of the village, Selly Manor is a bona fide 14th-century manor house.
Museum of the Jewellery Quarter
In this museum, the Smith & Pepper jewellery factory is preserved as it was on its closing day in 1981, after 80 years of operation. You can explore the long history of the trade in Birmingham and watch master jewellers at work.
So named because the building was constructed by custard magnate Sir Alfred Bird, this centrepiece of Digbeth's regeneration is full of original, independent shops. At Urban Village and General Stores, rifle through artfully arranged rails of such vintage delights as handmade brogues, leather cases, woollen skirts and paisley cravats. The Bead Shop allows you to pick-and mix baubles to make your own designer piece. Commission your own T-shirt at Street Print, then check out the chaises longues and anglepoise lamps at Fragile Design's 20th-century furniture store. Finally, top it all off by tucking in to a mezzaluna (baby naan) in Yumm Deli's tiny dining space.
Barber Institute of Fine Arts
Around 2.5 miles south of the centre at the University of Birmingham, the Barber Institute of Fine Arts displays Renaissance masterpieces; European masters such as Rubens and Van Dyck; British greats including Gainsborough, Reynolds and Turner; and classics from modern titans Picasso, Magritte and others.Take the train to University station, or buses 61, 62 or 63.
Birmingham Central Library
Although each of the universities and university colleges has its own excellent libraries, you might still end up writing an essay or leafing through reference books in Birmingham Central Library. It's the busiest public library in Britain and occupies eight floors. Shaped like an upside down ziggurat, it's slap bang in the middle of town, making a spot of study possible between shopping trips.
These apartments are the ideal base for business travellers.
Located just a short walk from many corporate headquarters, the ICC, the NIA and media organisations such as the BBC and ITV Carlton.
The apartments are also perfect for girly weekends and romantic breaks, located close to the canal side with shops, bars and restaurants right on your doorstep.
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