In the heart of the Black Country, close to the Black Country living Museum and world famous for its furnaces and iron, this property is close to Dudley, Wolverhampton, West Bromwich and Walsall.
New development in the area means the Black Country remains ‘Good for Business’, the revival in local churches brought visitors from across the globe and restoration of the canal networks provides unexpected walking & cycling pleasures.
Located at the top end of Bradley Lane, Rosewood Lodge Guest House was originally a traditional Edwardian Corner Shop with family accommodation. It was developed to provide Bed & Breakfast accommodation in 1987; the facilities have been tastefully enhanced and was sold in November 2020.
** Richard has retired after 15 happy years serving a wide variety of guests; in 2021 the new owners have submitted plans to convert it into a luxury home for people with learning difficulties; a very good use for this charming and well built property. **
Buses stop just opposite the Guest House for Dudley, West Bromwich, Bilston and Wolverhampton.
Trams leave Bradley Lane station every 8-10 minutes for Wolverhampton (15 mins) and Birmingham (25 mins).