Travelodge Birmingham Fort Dunlop

A Hotel in Birmingham, West Midlands

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Fort Parkway, Erdington
West Midlands
B24 9FD

Travelodge Birmingham Fort Dunlop, Birmingham

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Travelodge Birmingham Fort Dunlop is situated off the A47 Fort Parkway, with easy access to Drayton Manor Park and Zoo, the N.E.C, the Belfry Golf Course and the Edgbaston Cricket Ground. The non-smoking hotel offers guests quality accommodation with spacious en suite rooms, each featuring a TV and tea and coffee making facilities as well as a bar caf� serving breakfast and dinner.

3 star rating

From: £25.50

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