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Address: 38 Broughton Road, Birmingham, B20 2PS

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These family-run apartments are located 5 minutes’ drive from Birmingham’s centre, offering free parking and free Wi-Fi. With fully equipped kitchens, the apartments are a 20-minute drive away from Birmingham Airport. Buses running to Birmingham city centre are located just down the road, and Aston Villa FC’s stadium can be reached in less than 5 minutes by car. Birmingham’s Bullring shopping centre and the M6/M5 motorway are a 5-minute drive away. Each bright, colourful apartment includes a living room with a TV/DVD player and a sofa for guests to relax on. The kitchen features its own dining area, and comes equipped with an oven, microwave, and refrigerator for self-catering.

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Birmingham City University - Birmingham - University

Birmingham City University - Birmingham - University

Distance 1.37 miles (2.19 km)
Birmingham City University is a large, multi-cultural university with 23,000 students which is committed to continual improvement, and offers an innovative and practical approach to teaching.

As a city, Birmingham boasts three well-established universities and is rapidly gaining a reputation as the youngest city in Europe. We've teamed up with Aston University and the University of Birmingham to launch the interactive Live & Learn website dedicated to promoting what Birmingham has to offer students.

Aston Villa Football Club - Football Club

Aston Villa Football Club - Football Club

Distance 1.66 miles (2.65 km)
Formed in 1874 by cricketers from the Villa Cross Wesleyan Chapel in the Aston area of Birmingham - hence the name! Founder members of the Football League in 1888, by the turn of the century Villa had won the league championship four times and the FA Cup twice. But following their sixth title triumph in 1910, the club stagnated and had to wait until 1981 for their next championship. But this was Villa's golden period, and in 1982 came the club's greatest achievement - winning the European Cup. Fact: Villa legend David Platt was once the world's most expensive footballer, his combined transfer fees topping 22million pounds.

West Bromwich Albion Football Club - Football Club

West Bromwich Albion Football Club - Football Club

Distance 1.68 miles (2.68 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.

University College Birmingham - University

University College Birmingham - University

Distance 1.73 miles (2.77 km)