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We booked into The Southcrest Manor in order to attend a function nearby. Checking in was simple, all the staff were pleasant and friendly, the room was clean with a large comfortable bed. Breakfast was excellent. We literally couldn’t believe that it cost under fifty pounds.
The Southcrest Manor Hotel£30The Southcrest Manor Hotel£30
Staff were brilliant. We arrived really late, by about 3 hours due to road issues, well after midnight. Irek was on the desk and did a fantastic job. Same thing with the staff today at breakfast and check-out. We were exhausted and suffering headaches but they made us feel a whole lot better! 👍
Holiday Inn Express Droitwich M5, Jct 5£33Holiday Inn Express Droitwich M5, Jct 5£33
Everything was very clean and comfortable, only downside was that on the first evening I had to send my burger back as it was inedible. Waitress was very apologetic and replaced the whole meal, she also offered me any drink I wanted while I waited. For the rest of my stay I ate elsewhere.
The hotel is absolutely stunning and in a beautiful location. A perfect weekend retreat. My only complaint was the lack of knowledge in basic information about the hotel that a couple of staff members couldn't provide. Better staff training would prevent that from happening. But everyone was friendly ...
Stanbrook Abbey£70Stanbrook Abbey£70
Apart from the noise from a wedding reception late into the night I'd highly recommend this hotel to anyone seeking a comfortable, clean and cosy hotel.
St Andrews Town Hotel£50St Andrews Town Hotel£50
Ideal for business travellers, well appointed and all needs catered for. Have stayed here several times and will continue to do so.
Westmead Hotel£48Westmead Hotel£48
One of England’s most beautiful counties, Worcestershire has inspired artists for centuries. The greats such as JW Turner painted its rolling hills, historic sites and beautiful villages, while 'happy amateurs' love capturing its ever changing moods on canvas. Today, Worcestershire continues to attract people throughout the year, either on business or looking to explore just what the area has to offer. When it comes to cost-effective accommodation, there are plenty of three star hotels, allowing you to enjoy your stay – whatever the reason – and take in the breathtaking scenery, without breaking the bank.
Booking three star Worcestershire hotels doesn’t have to mean compromising. Hotels such as the Gainsborough House Hotel beautifully fuse style and facilities, without the price tags usually associated with larger establishments. From the outside, the Gainsborough House Hotel is a sprawling, Georgian lodge. However, inside, it is a contemporary and chic hotel, boasting all the modern touches you’d expect in the 21st Century, such as free WiFi, sleek rooms and complimentary toiletries.
While three star hotels are ideal for those on business, they’re possibly even better for families. Staying in a three star hotel in Worcestershire not only helps to keep you under-budget, but the majority are within easy reach of some of the county's most popular attractions. For a day out with the children, All Things Wild in Evesham is time well spent, with everything from go-karts to a fully-interactive dinosaur safari. However, if you’re simply spending downtime with a loved one, then you might want to pick a three star hotel near the Droitwich Canal, such as the Chateau Impney Hotel and Exhibition Centre.
Whether you find yourself in Worcestershire on business or pleasure, finding good places to eat is easy. The county has a rich culinary history - one that extends even beyond the reputation of its most famous condiment! With plenty of fertile farmland , Worcestershire has access to some of the finest produce in the country. You’ll find a whole range of restaurants and places to eat in the region, from slick cafés and fine-dining restaurants to wooden-timbered inns and coach-houses. Many of the three star hotels in Worcestershire, such as the Corse Lawn House Hotel in Gloucester, boast their own restaurants and use locally-sourced produce to create delicious meals.
Shopping is another important part of life in Worcestershire. Choose a three star hotel, such as the The Granary Hotel in Kidderminster and you’ll find yourself within just a short walk of the town’s vibrant market, which offers everything from local honey to a street-side manicure. However, if you want to explore designer shops and rummage through department stores, then pick a hotel in Worcester. The city’s centre of retail can be found in the CrownGate Centre, where you’ll find over 60 high street and independent shops.
Three star hotels in Worcestershire offer you the chance to either get swept up in the hustle and bustle of city life or choose a more secluded setting. With no compromise on modern facilities, hotels in the county are customer-focused and offer clean, comfortable and classy accommodation. If Worcestershire is on your list of places to go, there are plenty of three star hotels to choose from.