The property is a quaint old village pub and that is the heart and centre of its appeal. Staff and welcome was absolutely first rate. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend
Nice stay as usual, nice room, good food and friendly staff, be back soon.
A good Hotel, views great, food great, breakfast very good. The Hotel itself was good but a little tired, in need of a little tlc I think. Bed was ok but standard double, sort of expect a King size bed in a good hotel. We had a wet room, shower ok but low pressure. Room very large and no complaint ...
Highly recommended property. Having previously lived in Ludlow and knowing the area this was ideal for revisiting with my family. Tenbury Wells only 2 miles away
Our family group (ages from 4 to 92) enjoyed our weekend at the cottage and would love to return for a longer stay.
An wonderful place to spend the night. Judy was a fantastic host and very helpful. Breakfast was delicious and the facilities were excellent, very clean and lovely small touches made our stay perfect.
Really lovely country hotel, welcomed us last minute. Room was incredibly comfortable and spacious. Great facilities and coffee machine. We had a evening meal and breakfast during our stay, both of which were delicious and great value for money. Staff were friendly and helpful. Busy bar area with ...
Tenbury Wells, once described by Queen Victoria as “the little town in the orchard”, is a small market town with a big presence. To steep yourself in its past, a visit to the Tenbury Museum is in order. Housed in a Victorian school, the museum is a major attraction for families and those with an interest in history. Whether you’re exploring Tenbury with children or as a couple, there are plenty of places to stay, ranging from affordable hotels and B&Bs to rambling country houses and inns, bursting with character.
Situated close to the A456, Tenbury Museum hotels are easy to get to and conveniently located. Despite Tenbury’s stunning backdrop, there are plenty of more affordable hotels with prices to suit most budgets. If you intend to use your Tenbury hotel as a base from which to explore the area, then B&Bs are a good idea. However, if you want to enjoy some quality time with a loved one, there are plenty of upmarket hotels near the Tenbury Museum. Hotels such as The Elms and The Courthouse can transform your stay into something truly memorable.
In addition to the artefacts and exhibits at the Tenbury Museum, the town keeps much of its traditions alive and kicking. The Tenbury Applefest pays tribute to the town’s long-lived reputation as a provider of some the United Kingdom’s best cider. The Tenbury Mistletoe Festival highlights the area’s timeless association with the festive plant. There are younger festivals to enjoy, such as the Tenbury Music Festival, which takes place each June and attracts big names from the worlds of folk, blues and rock.
All of the festivals are very well attended and it’s worth booking your Tenbury Museum hotels in advance, as rooms tend to sell out very quickly.
The Tenbury Museum is a fascinating dip into the town’s past, but is by no means the only attraction in the area. Booking your Tenbury Museum hotel will introduce you to a range of spectacular landmarks and attractions, such as the stately Berrington Hall and the wonderful woods to be found in Kyre Park.
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