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Pocket Guide: Bromsgrove

You’ll find Bromsgrove in North Worcestershire, slotted between the M5 and the A38. Once the hub of the United Kingdom’s nail-making and wool industries, it’s now a busy town packed with shops and restaurants. However, it’s not just commerce in Bromsgrove: those looking to find a hotel in Bromsgrove that will put them within easy reach of Worcestershire’s stunning countryside will be spoilt for choice.

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Bromsgrove is an eclectic mix of picturesque scenery and the town itself. Accommodation in the area comes in a variety of shapes and sizes, from sprawling manor house hotels to homely B&Bs and guesthouses. The majority of these establishments are well within easy reach of the town and all it has to offer, whilst also being in the enviable position of being just a stone’s throw from the dramatic panorama of the Waseley, Clent and Lickey Hills.

When it comes to local attractions, the majority of hotels in Bromsgrove have got something worth seeing virtually on their doorstep. In the case of the Grafton Manore, this is literally the case: the sculpted gardens are something of a draw for visitors and locals alike. However, there are plenty of other historic houses and buildings to visit, such as Hagley Hall and the stunning Hanbury Hall. Hanbury Hall is an elegant country house, protected by the National Trust.

Shopping and Dining Out in Bromsgrove

Bromsgrove is superb for shoppers, offering a broad mix of independent stores and the usual high street shops. Those staying in Bromsgrove hotels in July will be treated to the local carnival, which sees the town’s streets transformed into a colourful parade of costumes and floats, with performances put on by local dancers and musicians.

While many hotels in Bromsgrove, such as the Hilton Birmingham Bromsgrove Hotel, have their own restaurants, there are plenty of places in and around the town, ranging from Italian pizzerias and Chinese restaurants to quirky, wooden-timbered inns and a couple of fine-dining establishments.

With excellent facilities, a healthy slice of the Great Outdoors just a stone’s throw away and a town steeped in history, Bromsgrove is an exciting place to explore. Accommodation is plentiful, with hotels in Bromsgrove available to suit almost every budget, whether you’re in the town for business or pleasure.