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.
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 ...
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.
The Tenbury Pump Rooms is the town’s most unusual attraction and offers a look at Tenbury’s past. Originally built in the hope that Tenbury might follow in the footsteps of other parts of Worcestershire (such as Malvern) and become a spa town, it never fulfilled its ambitions. However, there are plenty of hotels near the Tenbury Pump Rooms that do have their own spas, for anyone wishing to spend their downtime being pampered.
In addition to spa hotels, there are a good number of cheap hotels and B&Bs near the Tenbury Pump Rooms; perfect for those travelling on business or who simply want to use their accommodation as a base from which to explore the region. B&Bs, such as the Olive Guest House, offer comfortable and clean lodgings, while the larger hotels offer all the little extras to make your stay a memorable one.
The Tenbury Pump Rooms are licensed as a wedding venue. However, those making a visit to Tenbury with marriage in mind are spoilt for choice, as a number of hotels in the area also have that facility, including The Elms Hotel and the Laughern Hill Estate. For guests, the cheap hotels and B&Bs in the area make good overnight accommodation and the inns in the area, such as the Admiral Rodney, are ideal for those who want to stay a little longer and get to grips with this wonderful part of Worcester.
Many of the larger hotels in the area have their own restaurants. However, the town itself also has a number of excellent places to eat, ranging from Indian restaurants and Chinese takeaways to country pubs and fine-dining establishments.
While the Tenbury Pump Rooms are certainly one of the area’s more unusual attractions, choosing a hotel in Tenbury will put you within easy reach of a number of others including Burford House and Gardens, the Millennium Orchard and the Severn Valley Railway.
Located close to the A456, the Tenbury Pump Rooms offer a fascinating insight into a particular aspect of Tenbury’s past. Whether you’re in the area for business or pleasure, booking a room at a Tenbury Hotel is the best way to get the most from your stay.
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