Soho House Museum – Birmingham
When on a short break in Birmingham and staying in serviced apartments from www.servicedcitypads.com take a visit to Soho House, Birminghams best stately home opens its doors after following a £12.5 million restoration, once a regular meeting place for some of the greatest minds of the 18th century.
Serviced City Pads range of apartments are located in the heart of Birmingham and a short distance to the borough of Handsworth, Matthew Boulton lived in the house for 43 years until he died in 1809. During this time the area surrounding the house was developed into a 200- acre estate and the countrys first major factory was created. Accomodation is easy to find in Birmingham and www.servicedcitypads.com have a range of short stay serviced apartments on offer in the city centre of Birmingham.
Matthew Boulton one of the countries first industrialists, enterained the leading scientists and inventors of the industrial age, Boultons guests inlcluded James Watt, Erasmus Darwin, Josiah Wedgewood and Joseph Priestley.
Boultons Soho made guilded ormolu decorative objects likes clocks and candelabra as well as silverware and the cheaper sheffield plate wares, which offered an affordable alternative to silver for the growing middle classes.
Many visitors to Birmingham are finding that serviced apartments are a great alternative to staying in hotels especially for groups of visitors, the extra space of Lounge, dining area and kitchen make a positive difference in lifestyle choice.
Please visit www.servicedcitypads.com or contact the Reservations Team on 0844 335 8866 for further information on staying in a serviced apartment in Birmingham.