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Featured Worcestershire 5 Star Hotels

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The Manor Arms Inn

The Manor Arms Inn

Abberley Village, Worcester
5.0 out of 5.0
4.8 out of 5 (33 reviews)
Fantastic stayWe needed a place to stay on route to the NEC and were impressed by the reviews on the site. I am delighted to say that they were not wrong. The staff were friendly and the food was excellent, both the evening meal and the breakfast - it was so good to see a place using local produce. The room was ...
  15 Nov 2017


Abbots Grange

Abbots Grange

Church Street, Broadway
5.0 out of 5.0
4.7 out of 5 (26 reviews)
Thoughtful at every stepAmazing 15th century buildings tastefully updated with modern conveniences and finely furnished with welll groomed gardens located steps away from the Cotswold way and high street. The staff provides an interesting history of the place and the breakfast is wonderful. You cannot go wrong staying ...
  21 Sep 2017


East House

East House

162 High Street, Broadway
5.0 out of 5.0
5.0 out of 5 (16 reviews)
Perfect Anyone reading this should make a note.. don't stay anywhere else if you're heading for the Cotswolds... I can't talk highly enough about East House... Thank you Lauren & Andrew for a lovely weekend..
  25 Jul 2017

Pocket Guide: 5 stars Hotels in Worcestershire

Worcestershire has enjoyed a rich and prestigious history, acting as home to the likes of Edward Elgar and Sir Stanley Baldwin and being the site of a number of important events, such as the Battle of Worcester. This battle’s significance cannot be underestimated; it was the last in the English Civil War and changed the face of Western politics and society, forever. Much of the county’s past can be seen in the remains of exquisite buildings, such as Witley Court and Hanbury Hall, and exploring it can be an unforgettable experience – especially if you book one of the prestigious five star hotels in the area.

5 Star Hotels in Worcestershire: Built in the Past, Made for the Future

Five star hotels in Worcestershire tend to reflect the county’s past, particularly in their architecture. They are often large manors or converted country houses that have retained their original character. However, their looks can be deceiving; the majority of five star hotels in Worcestershire offer all the mod-cons you’d expect from 21st Century accommodation, such as free WiFi and complimentary toiletries. However, they also manage to imbue the accommodation with a sense of timeless class, utilising elegant furnishings and tasteful décor to create the perfect ambience.

The majority of the county’s five star hotels make the most of the local backdrop. The East House in Broadway might be close to the famous upper High Street, but it is secluded enough that guests can choose to forget that they are anywhere but in the rambling countryside. Worcestershire boasts some of the finest scenery in England, being bordered by both the undulating Cotswolds and the rolling Malvern Hills.

Food for Thought in Worcestershire

As well as being known as ‘the seat of democracy’, Worcestershire is also recognised as something of a hotspot for foodies. With plenty of fertile farmland in the region, Worcestershire’s produce is considered by many to be second to none. Whether you want a smart café, an atmospheric inn or a sleek, fine-dining restaurant, a good meal is never far away. However, one of the many benefits in booking a five star hotel in Worcestershire is that the majority of these establishments have their own restaurants as part of the hotel.

5 Star Hotels That Help You Make the Most of Your Time

With an abundance of street markets, high street shopping and designer stores, retail therapy in Worcestershire is something to be enjoyed. There are a number of superb shopping centres, such as the CrownGate in Worcester and the Kingfisher in Evesham, both of which house big-name stores and independent retailers. You’ll even find dedicated food markets, such as the farmers’ market in Malvern or the market in Teme Valley.

There are plenty of attractions in Worcestershire, which can make exploring the county even more rewarding. The Museum of Royal Worcester gives a fascinating insight into the city’s history, alongside the development of the county as a whole. However, for those who prefer their culture to be alive and kicking, there are a number of live-performance venues, such as the Swan and the Malvern, dotted across the region. With gourmet food, shopping and attractions on offer, booking a five star hotel in Worcestershire is the best way to make the most of your time in England’s most spectacular county.