Best holiday rental deals in Wolverhampton
761 fantastic accommodation options from 23 different partner websites, such as Booking.com or Expedia, are listed in City of Wolverhampton District. HomeToGo instantaneously compares all of these rentals so you can save up to 35%!
Recommended holiday lettings in Wolverhampton
Rent a holiday home, apartment or cottage in Wolverhampton from just £15 per night
Most popular holiday lettings with a fireplace
Recommended pet-friendly holiday lettings
Best holiday homes with a patio or terrace
Popular holiday rental amenities in Wolverhampton
The Weather in Wolverhampton
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 22°. However, temperatures can go lower than 2° in Wolverhampton in January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
Visit Wolverhampton from the comfort of your own holiday letting
Situated in the heart of the so-called "Black Country" – named for its coal industry and the important role it played in the industrial revolution – Wolverhampton is a great holiday destination for history buffs. The region has lots to offer those who prefer to explore the outdoors too, and it is a great location for a family break in a holiday cottage.
Black Country culture
Wolverhampton and the Black Country isn't all about industry, however, and art lovers will enjoy discovering the region's cultural gems too. The Wolverhampton Art Gallery features works by local and national artists from the last few centuries, including contemporary works from the 21st century. Wightwick Manor, a Victorian house built by advocates of the arts and crafts movement, houses numerous examples of works by these same followers, including original wallpapers designed and made by textile designer and activist William Morris.
Entertainment for kids of all ages
Wolverhampton is very proud of its football team nicknamed the Wolves, and they play their home games on alternate Saturday's during the season. If there is no game on, football fans will enjoy taking a tour of the stadium, Molineux, and visiting the Wolves Museum. West Park is the main public park in Wolverhampton, and it has been enjoyed by generations of children since it opened in 1881. The park features play areas and a boating lake.
Explore the best of Wolverhampton
The 18th century Bantock House is now a fascinating museum of Elizabethan life in the Midlands, featuring typical items that would have appeared in ordinary homes – and which visitors are actually encouraged to touch! The gardens have also been restored to their former glory, while the larger grounds include a children's play area and even a small golf course. The Royal Air Force Museum is located at RAF Cosford, just north of Wolverhampton, and is home to several military and civilian aircrafts.
We compare more than 600 providers, including: