Blythe Valley Park
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Blythe Valley Park Vacation Packages
Blythe Valley Park Vacation Packages
The popular city of Birmingham lies just 8 miles northwest of Blythe Valley Park.
Enjoy the Aston Villa take on the opposition in their home stadium, the iconic Villa Park. It's located in Birmingham, 10 miles from Blythe Valley Park. The stadium also offers interesting behind-the-scenes tours, giving sports fans a chance to learn about the stadium's many facilities and local sporting history.
Rhinestone Rhino and the Birmingham Back to Backs are wonderful locations that you can find 8 miles away in Chinese Quarter. For those who can't get enough of this area, head over to Eastside, where you can visit Thinktank Birmingham Science Museum and Moor Street Railway Station, approximately 8 miles from Blythe Valley Park.
Birmingham City Centre, a regional hub, is another interesting place. It is approximately 9 miles from Blythe Valley Park and features a variety of decent tourist attractions, including St. Chad's Cathedral, Battle of the Gods and Giants and Tony Hancock Statue. If you have time for more, check out The Ballroom Birmingham and Burnaby's Memorial.
You can have an adventure in the great outdoors when you're in West Midlands. Your options include mountain biking and mountain climbing.
Whether you prefer cycling or picnicking, there are plenty of relaxing activities that'll get you outside in the area.
Blend learning and leisure by participating in one of the region's guided tours, including guided nature walks, city walking tours and winery tours.
Spoil your tastebuds in the region's many dining venues. Be sure to experience the local vibe and try out some customary meals.
This destination is well-known for having quality fish and lamb.
Bangers and mash (sausages with mashed potatoes) and ploughman’s lunch (cheese, bread, pickles and cold cuts) are just two popular meals that are sure to provide visitors' palates with the unique taste of the region.
Electrify your senses with a local delicacy, spotted dick (sponge pudding of dried fruits with custard), for a sweet experience that will leave a delicious taste in your mouth.
Get yourself a glass or two of Yorkshire Bitter, and unwind with one of this region's best beers.
Generally prefer non-alcoholic beverages? Hot chocolate, a well-loved local drink, is a great choice.
Understand the flavors of the area by drinking a Bombay Saphire Gin.
Denbies Pinot Gris, Chapel Down Chardonnay and other delicious varieties regularly feature on the wine menus of many bars in West Midlands.
The world is a book and those that don't travel get stuck on the same page. When it's time to leave Blythe Valley Park, you can rest assured that the experiences you have had will be part of you for years to come.
When you're ready to head home, the Birmingham Airport is 6 miles northeast of Blythe Valley Park.
Accommodation in Blythe Valley Park
Although Expedia's booking website doesn't feature any accommodations in Blythe Valley Park, it does have multiple listings in Solihull, which is 3 miles away. The Forest of Arden Marriott Hotel & Country Club and the Nailcote Hall Hotel are two of the best options here. If you're seeking something towards the cheaper end of the scale, the Gayton B&B or The Stables Deer Park Farm are also worth checking out.