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Stayed here overnight on a trip northwards and will be staying again on our return. Very convenient location. Nice spacious room. Pleasant and efficient staff. Dog friendly. Plenty of food outlets to choose from nearby.
We have just returned from a lovely weekend break at the Holdfast Cottage Hotel, the Hotel was very welcoming and everyone was friendly and helpful, we ate at the restaurant on Friday evening and cannot fault the food. Breakfast was excellent with plenty of choice, from cereal, fresh fruit, porridge ...
With Birmingham Airport just 30 minutes away and the M5 running straight through it, Worcestershire is easy to get to, whether you’re visiting for business or pleasure. However you get there, your chosen method of travel will introduce you to a county that is brimming with history, stuffed with attractions and almost-overflowing with places to stay. For those looking for affordable hotels, Worcestershire has plenty of two star accommodation, offering superb amenities at a fraction of the cost of bells-and-whistles establishments.
Worcestershire is tucked neatly between the Cotswolds and the Malvern Hills and is arguably one of England’s most attractive counties. In addition to picturesque villages and modern towns, you’ll also find plenty of wide-open spaces with many of the undulating hills providing great challenges for cyclists and walkers alike. While Worcester’s cathedral might be one of the oldest in the country, Worcestershire itself has as much to offer those who have their feet firmly planted in the 21st Century as it does to those who want to explore its fascinating history.
Those who are visiting the county for business purposes will find that there are plenty of two star hotels to choose from. While there are a good number concentrated in the city of Worcester, those who want access to the surrounding areas might also consider accommodation in the charming town of Kidderminster or enjoy the superb views across the Malvern Hills from the Holdfast Cottage Hotel in Malvern.
Most of the two star hotels in Worcestershire are within easy reach of the local attractions – particularly useful if you’re visiting the region with relaxation in mind. For a trip into the county’s past, a trip to Witley Court is a must; the spectacular ruins of one of England’s greatest Victorian manor houses, which now draws thousands of visitors each year, who come to explore the vast gardens, wander through the remains of the conservatory or simply enjoy an invigorating cuppa in the Court’s tea-rooms. For those with children, there’s plenty to see and do in the area, such as taking a ride on a Severn Valley Railway steam train or taking your own personal safari around the West Midlands Safari Park.
While Worcestershire might be renowned for its sauce, it has a log and rich culinary history behind it too. The majority of two star hotels in the area will be little more than a stone’s throw from a good restaurant, a characterful pub or a quiet café. With superb farmland an integral part of the county, you’ll often find dining establishments serving delicious dishes, created from local produce.
Worcestershire’s two star hotels offer a great, money-minded alternative to larger establishments, without compromising on some of the amenities you need. The Days Inn Tewkesbury Strensham, for example, offers free WiFi, with meeting and event facilities for those who need to conduct business as part of their stay. For those who are visiting as part of their downtime, there are even two star hotels that are pet-friendly, allowing you take the whole family. Worcestershire is an unforgettable county, whether you’re visiting for business or pleasure and finding the right two star hotel will allow you to make the most of your time there.