Bradley, near Dudley, Wolverhampton, West Bromwich and Walsall in the heart of the Black Country is historically world famous for its furnaces and various applications of iron. Now, massive development in the area means the Black Country remains 'Good for Business', the revival in local churches brings visitors from across the globe and restoration of the canal networks provides unexpected walking pleasures.
Originally a traditional Edwardian Corner Shop with family accommodation built in 1939 at the top end of Bradley Lane Rosewood Lodge was developed to provide Bed & Breakfast accommodation in 1987. The facilities have been tastefully enhanced and extended since then.
Three Twin bedded rooms; 2 with en suite facilities, 6 single rooms and three more bathrooms; all rooms have tea/coffee, wi-fi, TV and washing facilities.
Room rates start at £20 per person per night; and there is a light and spacious breakfast room on the ground floor.
Trams leave Bradley Lane station every 8-10 minutes for Wolverhampton (15 mins) and Birmingham (25 mins).
Buses stop for Dudley, West Bromwich, Bilston and Wolverhampton just opposite the Guest House.
A gated drive is available for overnight parking.