Meriden is a small historic village in the West Midlands, England. It is situated about half way between Birmingham and Coventry. It is said to be the centre of England, but the name of this village actually means "Merry Vale".
Car is the easiest way to reach Meriden, just off the A45 road from Birmingham or Coventry direction in about 20 minutes. It can also be reached by bus.
The village is small, you can get around by foot, bicycle or car.
There are several places to eat in Meriden. At the local Manor Hotel, The Bull's Head pub, the Strawberry Bank Hotel. All these provide food, drink and accommodation.
There is plenty to see in the nearby city of Birmingham. Solihull is the nearest town for shopping etc. Kenilworth Castle and Warwick Castle are also nearby.