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Dodds Corner Bed And Breakfast 3 Stars

Kidderminster Road, Bromsgrove, B61 9EH Show on map  2.87 miles from Bromsgrove
Dodds Corner Bed And Breakfast
Phone: +44 (0)7836 584810
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£39.50per room per night

Holiday Inn Birmingham Bromsgrove 4 Stars

Kidderminster Rd, Bromsgrove, B61 9AB Show on map  0.79 miles from Bromsgrove
Score 7.9 from 2 reviews
Holiday Inn Birmingham Bromsgrove
Phone: +44 (0)871 942 9142Online booking and availability
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£42.00per room per night
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Bromsgrove Hotel and Spa 4 Stars

Birmingham Road, Bromsgrove, B61 0JB Show on map  2.43 miles from Bromsgrove
Bromsgrove Hotel and Spa
Phone: +44 (0)121 447 7888Online booking and availability
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£27.00per room per night
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Home Farm 

Mill Lane, Wildmoor, Bromsgrove, B61 0BX Show on map  2.83 miles from Bromsgrove
Phone: +44 (0)1527 874964
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£20.00per room per night

Bromsgrove is located in Worcestershire. The area features a number of interesting landmarks and sights. One sight worth seeing while in the local area includes the statue of Alfred Edward Housman, situated on High Street. Grafton Manor, dating back to the 13th Century, is also a landmark that should not be missed when in the Bromsgrove area. This historical manor is believed by many to have been involved in the Gunpowder Plot. There are numerous restaurants as well as accommodation options in the immediate area.

The English town of Boston is located in the county of Lincolnshire. Boston is a small port on the eastern coast of England. The town of Boston is the biggest town within the wider borough of Boston and it is the district for the local government.

The most notable landmark within the town of Boston is the church of St Botolph's, which is locally known as the stump. This church has one of the tallest towers within England and it is visible on the lowland for many miles.

Local residents within the town are commonly referred to as Bostonians. There is a railway station within the town and trains from the East Midlands serve the route through to Boston. This station is located on the Poacher Line that runs between Grantham and Skegness. This railway station is also the southern terminus point for the trains on the east Lincolnshire line that runs between Grimsby and Louth, however this was closed during 1970.

The town of Boston was given charter status during 1545 and the town is the main settlement within the local government area of Lincolnshire. The district of Lincolnshire includes Boston, which is an unparished town, and there are eighteen other civil parishes within the district.

The town of Boston has a population of about thirty five thousand one hundred and twenty four. The population within the town of Boston is made up of about forty eight per cent of males and about fifty two per cent of females. The population is made up of a wide range of ages and about five per cent of the population are children under five years of age.

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