Moseley is a suburb of Birmingham, England.

Get in

Take the number 50 bus from the city centre - it goes straight down Moseley Road (A435) to Moseley village. The journey takes about 15 minutes.

Alternatively, take the number 1 or 35 buses which stop by Cannon Hill Park Gooch Street


Much of Moseley Village dates from Victorian times and is a conservation area. There is also a dovecote which pre-dates this at Moseley Hall hospital, on Alcester Road. It is occasionally open to the public on certain Sundays during the year.






Gables Hotel
43 Oxford Road, Birmingham, B13 9ER
Telephone: +44 121 449-1146

Oxford Hotel
21 Oxford Road, Birmingham, B13 9EH
Tel: +44 121 449-3298

Wake Green Lodge Hotel
20 Wake Green Road, Birmingham, B13 9E
Tel: +44 121 449-4499

All these hotels are mid-priced and provide easy access to the centre of Moseley Village.


Free internet access is available at King's Heath and Balsall Heath public libraries. Both are on the A435, one is about a mile south of Moseley, the other is about a mile north.

This internet lounge is located just off the Alcester / Moseley Road; an interesting concept as it is part of a convenience store so you can keep yourself topped up with drinks, snacks and sandwiches while surfing the Internet, they also provide the typical services you would expect such as colour printing, photocopying, scanning, laminating, fax and western union money transfer.

The Java lounge, on King Edwards Rd, just off Alcester Road, is an internet cafe in the centre of Moseley Village.

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