Welcome to the luxurious living style of Birmingham’s creative quarter. Situated within walking distance from the city’s travel & leisure districts this designer flat is perfectly located for City Centre visitors.
A short walk from this apartment will get you directly to Birmingham’s iconic areas as Broad Street, New Street or Colmore Row.
This lovely apartment is situated in a brand new development within the heart of Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter. Equipped with a parking space of its own and one spacious bedroom this is perfect for both business as well as leisure travelers
Guests can access the entire flat, free WiFi and Netflix on our full HD smart 4K TV. We will leave coffee, tea and some treats to make everyone feel like home. We also provide toiletries and a full set of utensils in the kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with a fridge/freezer, dishwasher, cooker, oven, toaster and kettle.
You can contact us at all times, we are available 24/7 and looking forward to make your trip as memorable as possible.
The neighbourhood is quiet, safe but also lively. You can enjoy the best of all by having everything within walking distance from this location.
Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter is an internationally renowned treasure, but many visitors don't realise there's more to this historic district than just its jewellery shops.
There's plenty to do in the Jewellery Quarter, here are just a few examples:
The Museum of the Jewellery Quarter:
Located at 75-80 Vyse Street, this museum is built around the preserved Smith and Pepper jewellery factory, which closed its doors in 1981
The Coffin Works:
Housed in the former Newman Brothers' factory, The Coffin Works in Fleet Street takes visitors on a journey back to the factory's 1960s heyday.
The Pen Museum:
The Pen Museum, or Pen Room, is housed in a Grade II Listed redbrick building, on the corner of Legge Lane and Frederick Street.
Once home to Wiley's pen factory, it is the only UK museum dedicated to the history of the pen making industry.
The Chamberlain Clock:
The Chamberlain Clock is a Jewellery Quarter landmark.
Standing at the junction of Vyse Street and Frederick Street with Warstone Lane, this Edwardian, cast-iron, clock tower dates back to 1903.
St Paul's Church
Located in the Georgian St Paul's Square, St Paul's Church is Grade I Listed and dates back to the 1770s.
St Paul's Square
The last remaining 18th century Georgian Square in Birmingham, this is a beautiful place to visit. There is a plethora of restaurants, cafes and bars to visit here. It has its own tram stop.
There are also lots of places to eat and drink in the Jewellery Quarter, especially in St Paul's Square
You can get a direct tram from New Street Station, in the city centre, to either of the stops in the Jewellery Quarter with the £1 City Hop (it's only 50p for children).
The trams run every 8 minutes (15 minutes on Sundays).
There are two stops to choose from, St Paul's on Great Charles Street, or JQ Station on Vyse Street.
You can also get a Midland Metro
The Jewellery Quarter has a dedicated station - JEQ - on Vyse Street.
It also has an entrance to Snowhill station - BSW - on Livery Street.
London Midland and Chiltern Railways run trains into the Jewellery Quarter.
There is a multi-storey car park in Vyse Street and Newhall Street, Hockley.
There is also on-street parking available in some streets.
The Jewellery Quarter is signposted from the city centre.
A number of services will take you to the Jewellery Quarter.
8A, 8C and 101 stop at Warstone Lane.
16, 74, and 75 stop close to Vyse Street.
The City Hop £1 service enables you to get a bus (or tram) from the city centre to the Jewellery Quarter
For the safety and security of our guests we require an identity and payment check as well as confirming our terms and conditions after a booking is confirmed.
Live CCTV at the property entrance
Kindly note that smoking and partying on the premises are not permitted.
You must be 18 or over to book.
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