Visit West Bromwich and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
West Bromwich, West Midlands, contains four buildings which speak of its earlier history. The Manor House is regarded as a perfect example of a timber-framed manor of the late 13th and early 14th centuries. Those interested can look over the great hall, the chapel, gatehouse and kitchens. A fine half-timbered building of a later period is Oak House. Built in 1450, it was given to the town by its first Mayor, Alderman Reuben Fancy, and is now furnished in the style of the period and contains much handsome moulded panelling. Its tall Tudor chimneys and black-and-white “turret” give the house a striking appearance. Oak House can be viewed, as can be Asbury Cottage in Newton Road, also owned by the Corporation. This was the boyhood home of Bishop Francis Asbury, the founder of the Methodist Church in America; it has been tastefully restored.
The Parish Church of All Saints was rebuilt in the 19th century but the tower is 600 years old. There is a Norman oak chest, a medieval font and an oak altar dating from 1626.
Nearby cities: Birmingham, Wolverhampton
Nearby towns: Dudley, Halesowen, Oldbury, Smethwick, Walsall
Nearby villages: Aston, Bilston, Bordesley, Coseley, Darlaston, Edgbaston, Great Barr, Handsworth, Harborne, Hasbury, Hockley, Holford, Holly Lane, Monmore Green, Ocker Hill, Old Hill, Perry Barr, Quinton, Rowley Regis, Sandwell, Sleightholme, Streetly, Swan Village, Tipton, Wednesbury, Willenhall, Witton
Have you decided to visit West Bromwich or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a West Bromwich bed and breakfast (a West Bromwich B&B or West Bromwich b and b)
- a West Bromwich guesthouse
- a West Bromwich hotel (or motel)
- a West Bromwich self-catering establishment, or
- other West Bromwich accommodation