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Booked through Expedia , we wanted two family rooms plus our own. Our room was great but the family rooms only had sofa beds which were far two small for our needs. We were not asked how old the children were by Expedia as the hotel said if they had known they could have provided us with bigger family ...
Our family of 4 stayed for one night to be able to visit the safari park the following day. The lady on reception was friendly and directed us to our family room. We had a double bed for the adults and two single bed for the kids. The room was spacious. There was also a sofa bed which had seen better ...
We stayed in a room in the Mews. This is only a few steps outside of the main building, and i would say a lot more modern and larger rooms. Good shower and bathroom, and a large comfy bed. Our view was out to the BBC buildings at the back, but that didn't bother us as we had the blinds closed! One ...
Aspects of the hotel were tired but not yet tatty, though clearly the room was in need of some basic maintenance. No air-conditioning, broken ceiling fan and bedside lamps, and an odd choice to have what seemed to be a public toilet style one piece counter/sink in the en-suite; not really what I ...
A bit noisy....i can hear loud music from cars in the parking area in my bedroom although the windows shutt... Other guest are noisy. Need triple glazing windows and doors to those bedrooms to stop the noise coming in. Thank you.
Worcestershire is a county for those who like the finer things in life. With excellent food, picturesque villages, historical sites and serene surroundings, it’s a beautiful county to explore at virtually any time of year. To make your time there complete, why not book a stay in a four star hotel? Quality doesn’t have to come at extortionate prices and, with such a range of accommodation and backdrops to choose from, there’s something for every visitor the region, whether you’re there on business or for pleasure.
Four star hotels in Worcestershire come in a variety of shapes and sizes, ranging from elegant, stone buildings to sleek, chic and contemporary establishments. However, what they all have in common is the desire to make the best of the spectacular scenery. Book into the four star Dormy House Hotel and you’ll find yourself in a stunningly-converted 17th Century farmhouse set in a 400-acre estate and right in the heart of the magnificent Cotswolds. However, while many of Worcestershire’s four star hotels might have their roots in the past, don’t be fooled into thinking that they can’t supply modern amenities. Hotels such as The Lygon Arms in Broadway might look like something out of a history book, but they’re able to cater for 21st Century guests, providing things like free WiFi and conference facilities. Many also have their own spas integrated into the building, which is ideal for hose looking to indulge in a little pampering on their downtime.
While Worcestershire might be peppered with historic attractions such as Harvington Hall, the imposing Worcester Cathedral and Spetchley Park, it’s also well known for its gastronomy. Plenty of top chefs have settled in the area, taking advantage of the superb local produce, to create exquisite meals. In many of the towns and in the city of Worcester, there is a buzzing café scene, with many serving light bites and home-cooked snacks. You’ll also find plenty of inns and coach houses, complete with timbered ceilings and warming fires, serving hearty meals. However, one of the benefits of booking a four star hotel in Worcestershire is that many of them have their own restaurants.
Although many of Worcestershire’s four star hotels have established themselves in the heart of the countryside, others have chosen towns or Worcester itself as their backdrops. Settings such as these give you ready access to excellent shopping, ranging from high-end designer stores and quirky boutique shops to street markets, such as the one regularly held in the town of Kidderminster.
Worcestershire is an easy county to access, by road, rail or air. As part of the Great Western network there are plenty of trains serving much of the region, and the M5 offers the best route for drivers, cutting straight through the middle. For those who prefer to take to the air, Birmingham Airport is a mere half an hour away. However you choose to travel, Worcestershire is an astonishing and eternally surprising county, blessed with wide-open spaces, modern towns and plenty of attractions. To add an extra layer of luxury to your time here, checking out the four star hotels in the area can be an affordable slice of the high life.