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Welcome to Prime Lodge

Address: Bloomsbury street, Birmingham, B7 4PT

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With free parking, Prime Lodge offers budget rooms, laundry facilities and a lounge just a 5-minute journey from Birmingham city centre. Buses to the city stop outside. You can reach Birmingham city centre by car, bus, or by train from Duddeston Rail Station, which is a 5-minute walk away. Junction 6 of the M6 motorway is a 5-minute drive from Prime Lodge. Villa Park Stadium is about 1.5 miles away. Each room has tea/coffee, whilst hairdryers and ironing facilities are available from reception. You can also enjoy a TV and radio.

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Birmingham Wheels Raceway - Racecourse

Birmingham Wheels Raceway - Racecourse

Distance 0.74 miles (1.18 km)
Guaranteed first class racing entertainment in the heart of the the UK's second city. This state of the art 330m asphalt Oval provides the ultimate driver's arena - from the fast and furious F1 Stock Cars to the legendary Demolition Derbies, it's the greatest show in town. Many meetings feature pre-race entertainment. Drivers Licence: To drive regularly at our tracks you will need a full INCARACE Licence. This entitles you to race at all ORC tracks in the UK, Belgium and Holland. Licenced drivers get their own racing number, log book, newsletters and grading lists; they may race at all relevant Incarace meetings and qualifiers attend championships at other Oval promotions. Day Licenses are also available from the office, at least 7 days in advance.

Birmingham City Football Club - Football Club

Birmingham City Football Club - Football Club

Distance 1.16 miles (1.85 km)
It is only in the last few seasons that the Blues have began to rid themselves of the tag of 'perennial under-achievers'. Birmingham's history is littered with disappointments and near-misses, and 1963's League Cup success stands out not because they defeated arch-rivals Aston Villa in the final but because it remains the only time they have won a major trophy. Promoted to the Premiership via a penalty shoot-out in 2002's Division One Play-Off Final after a 16-year absence from the top-flight, the Blues performed creditably last season and avoided the drop comfortably. Backed by David Gold's millions, it remains to be seen whether they can match or beat their highest top-flight position (sixth in 1956), but at least they're finally getting closer...

Aston Villa Football Club - Football Club

Aston Villa Football Club - Football Club

Distance 1.21 miles (1.94 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.