BIRMINGHAM INDEPENDENT ESCORTS

& West Midlands Escorts

Arranging a Date with an Independent Birmingham or Midlands Escort

The escorts on this page are available to meet in Birmingham and/or the West Midlands including Worcestershire, Warwickshire, Staffordshire and Shropshire; they may be available for outcall or incall, please visit their individual websites for more information.

Indie Collective is not a Birmingham or West Midlands escort agency, we are directory of independent escorts and sex workers. To make contact with any of the West Midlands escorts shown on this page, you will need to contact them directly.

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More About Birmingham

You really are spoiled for choice when travelling and exploring the second city of the UK: Birmingham in the West Midlands. The Mailbox complex in the centre of Birmingham, with the timeless Malmaison hotel attached along with many bars and restaurants, is a fantastic spot to spend the weekend. If you are inclined to do a bit of shopping then the landmark Harvey Nicholls and Selfridges are a stone's throw away. As is the Marco Pierre restaurant, which has the best afternoon tea and panoramic views across Birmingham.

Looking for somewhere to stay in the city? A favourite of ours is the quaint and traditional Hotel Du Vin with its prime location over looking Birmingham Cathedral and with a plethora of sumptuous restaurants within walking distance, such as Purnell’s and Gaucho.

Did you know: Birmingham has as many canal routes as Venice! So why not take an afternoon to explore, and have lunch on one of the canal boats situated along the infamous Brindley Place. The Edgbaston Boutique Hotel in Brmingham, an Art Deco heaven with its top rated afternoon tea and cocktails, it's just a short walk from Birmingham’s beautiful canals. Also, the iconic Birmingham Central Library is a must see, with views for miles.

Diamonds are not just a girl's best friend, they are everyone's best friend! Which is why we enjoy the quirky and nostalgic Jewellery Quarter, with its vast number of jewellery shops and even the famous Jewellery Quarter Museum where you can learn how jewellery was once manufactured.

The West Midlands has its own airport with convenient hotels dotted around nearby, and should you wish to see your favourite band or singer, the NEC is right on your door step. Fancy a spot of shopping or dining? Resorts World with its Casino and Spa is always worth a visit if you are in the NEC area.

Venturing out into the West Midlands

The West Midlands has many haunts suited to those who adore history, walks and culture. Stratford Upon Avon is a marvellous town, where you can explore Shakespeare's birth place and associated museums. If you've ever studied this fine writer, visiting his birth town is must-do experience! Fine boutiques and alfresco tearooms are in abundance in Stratford Upon Avon. We adore picnics along the bank near to The Royal Shakespeare Theatre and then getting into one of the rowing boats and sailing blissfully down the river.

Warwickshire, with the atmospheric Warwick Castle and the opportunity be a Knight for the day or a princess enjoying medieval history, is always a great experience. The Royal town of Leamington Spa is prosperous and beautiful with contemporary bars and restaurants and the Pump Rooms are fantastic tourist attraction. Coventry is home to a beautiful Cathedral, steeped in history and culture. It is also home to Coombe Abbey Park, with its breath taking grounds and gothic style hotel.

Worcestershire is chocked full of the great outdoors such as walks in the Malvern Hills and it even has the action packed West Midlands Safari Park, if you are a keen animal lover. Worcester is a city filled with great gastro pubs through to Michelin star restaurants.

Shrewsbury with the glorious River Severn and its award winning indoor market full of eclectic and diverse items is said to rival London’s markets. If Tudor history is your thing, venture to the Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery.

There's never a dull day to be had in the West Midlands!