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Welcome to Travellers Inn

Address: 999 Wolverhampton Road, Oldbury, B69 4RJ

Hotel Description

Travellers Inn is a modern metro hotel, situated just 2 minutes from junction 2 of the M5 and a mile from Langley Train Station. Car parking, gym facilities and Wi-Fi are complimentary for all guests. Room facilities include free Wi-Fi, tea/coffee making facilities, ironing facilities and a flat-screen TV. All rooms are en suite and fitted with Grohe showers. The Travellers Inn hotel has one on-site restaurant. Benny's is open every evening and offers a steakhouse, pizza and pasta menu. A continental breakfast is included, and a cooked breakfast upgrade is available for an extra charge. The NEC and Birmingham Airport are 23 miles away, approximately 40 minutes by car, while Birmingham city centre is just 5 miles away. Within a 5-minute walk are a supermarket, 2 pubs and 2 restaurants.

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Sandwell Park Golf Club - West Bromwich - Golf

Sandwell Park Golf Club - West Bromwich - Golf

Distance 2.53 miles (4.05 km)
Situated 200 yards from the Junction 1 of the M5 motorway, this well established and prestigious private members club creates the complete golfing experience for those who appreciate tradition and excellence in quality surroundings. Sandwell Park Golf Club was opened on Christmas Day 1897 on land owned by the Earl of Dartmouth. In 1946 the Club purchased the land from the Earl and since that time it has continued to develop. The Old Clubhouse was demolished in the early 1990,s and a superb modern one built which is second to none.

West Bromwich Albion Football Club - Football Club

West Bromwich Albion Football Club - Football Club

Distance 2.81 miles (4.5 km)
One of the oldest clubs in England, West Bromwich Albion were founder members of football league and have won all the domestic trophies on offer in England, including the League title in 1920. However, they have struggled to reach the heights in recent years and secured promotion to the English top flight in 2003/4 for the first time since 1986. Producing the likes of Bryan Robson, Cyrille Regis and Lawrie Cunnigham, the latter two pioneers for black footballers in the game, West Brom last enjoyed success when the late Jeff Astle scored the Cup winning goal against Everton in 1968. Fast Fact: Founded in 1878 as the West Bromwich Strollers, they changed their name to West Bromwich Albion within a year.

Dudley College - University

Dudley College - University

Distance 3.07 miles (4.9 km)
Here at Dudley College we recognise that being properly trained and qualified is probably more important today than it has ever been. Whatever you hope to do - find a job, train for a career, prepare for university - you'll need the right skills and knowledge to prepare yourself. So if you're looking for the widest possible choice of opportunities - check us out!

We offer hundreds of different courses and pride ourselves on providing a lively fun and caring environment. You'll be valued as a person, encouraged to value others and to respond positively to high quality teaching.

The Newman University - University

The Newman University - University

Distance 4.1 miles (6.56 km)
The Newman University College was founded in 1968 and its campus is located at Bartley Green, South West Birmingham, UK. Students can choose from undergraduate, postgraduate, research, foundation, and short courses. Subjects offered include teacher training, art and design, creative writing, drama, English, History, media and communication, Mathematics, Education and Professional Studies, Management studies, information technology, theology, PE and Sports Studies.

Mander Portman Woodward Birmingham - University

Mander Portman Woodward Birmingham - University

Distance 4.42 miles (7.07 km)
Mander Portman Woodward Birmingham is part of the MPW group of independent fifth- and sixth-form colleges founded in London in 1973. The Birmingham College was opened in 1980 and accepts up to 160 students each year preparing for GCSE, A level and Oxbridge Entrance. The College offers courses in accounting, art, biology, business studies, computing, economics, English, film studies, government and politics, history, information communication technology, languages, law, mathematics, philosophy, psychology, religious studies, sociology and science.