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Talbot Hotel 3 Stars

High Street, Stourbridge, DY8 1DW Show on map  0.17 miles from Stourbridge
Score 7.1 from 422 reviews
Talbot Hotel
Phone: +44 (0)1384 394350Online booking and availability
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Single£40.00
Double£40.00
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Stourbridge is located in West Midlands and is known for being at the centre of the glass making industry. Visitors who are in the area should make a point to visit the Red House Glass Museum. Other sights of interest in the immediate area include Clent Hills, Hagley Hall, the Stourbridge Canal, Town Centre Clock and Ryemarket Fountain. There are also several shops in the local area that are interesting to browse. Visitors will find several restaurants in the immediate area as well as a good selection of accommodations. The town is easy to reach from other areas.

Stourbridge is an English town that is located within the area of the West Midlands. This town is located within the Borough of Dudley that is metropolitan. This town was once part of Worcestershire. Stourbridge at one point was the centre for glass making. The suburban area of this area includes Pedmore, Norton and Wollaston to name a few.

Stourbridge has a population of about fifty four thousand six hundred and sixty six. A lot of the residents within the town are people that will commute to Black Country and Birmingham.

The town of Stourbridge is part of the metropolitan county of the West Midlands. The town is located on the border of the industrial area of the Midlands between the area of Dudley and Kidderminster.

The town is made up of a vast number of suburban style streets and green areas break these up. The town of Stourbridge borders onto some green land and also some areas of unspoilt countryside that includes Shropshire.

The town of Stourbridge gets its name from the River Stour that flows through the Stourbridge. For many centuries the river has bordered Staffordshire and Worcestershire. The border moved a few miles northwards in 1966 when the urban district of Amblecote was absorbed into the borough of Stourbridge.

For many centuries the town of Stourbridge was actually part of Oldswinford that is an ancient parish within the area of Worcestershire. In 1974 the town of Stourbridge formed part of the borough that makes up Dudley that is a metropolitan borough.

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