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Delightful room with a hamper left at breakfast time. Room could have benefited from a second chair to eat the breakfast! Lively location, access through the pub and up the stairs when open, or up the fire escape when the pub was closed. Not quite airbnb, not quite a hotel, as we didn't see any staff ...
Check was easy and fast. Great car park, no issue about finding a space. Room was very clean and bed was very comfortable. Also, it was very quiet so we had a good night's sleep. Breakfast was excellent. Only very slight criticism (and it is being picky) the bathroom was adequate but dated. But overall ...
The staff were very welcoming and anxious to make sure we had everything we needed on our late arrival on a bitterly cold night. The hotel made the most of its age + was decorated beautifully for Christmas in a Dickensian style.It had large magical Christmas trees in the reception and lounge areas ...
Amazing B&B, great hosts and the rooms were remarkable. Quiet setting in a beautiful part of the country which we plan to visit again and will only plan out trip around the availability of this lovely Guest house.
Great parking. Lovely restaurant for dinner and breakfast. Caring staff. Impressive lobby area. Gorgeous flower arrangements
Worcestershire is a stunning county to visit, with breath-taking scenery, excellent dining and historic attractions. However, if you want to add that special touch to your time here, consider booking a hotel with a story behind it. Just as many of Worcestershire’s attractions are steeped in history, there are a considerable number of historic hotels in the region too. Whatever the reason for your visit, fusing the past with contemporary luxury is a superb way to elevate your stay.
Booking an historic hotel in Worcestershire doesn’t necessarily mean old timbers – unless you want it to. Many of the historic hotels in the region have been carefully and tastefully restored to offer guests modern comforts, set within walls that, if they could talk, would have plenty of tales to tell! The Angel Inn in Pershore, for example, was thought to have been frequented by Queen Elizabeth I, and was the stop-over of choice for the highwayman Thomas Dangerfield.
The Court House in Worcester has perhaps an even more intriguing story behind it: as its name suggests, it was one a working courthouse and local legend suggests that prisoners were held in the cellars whilst waiting to be taken to gaol. The modern-looking Worcester Whitehouse Hotel was once a coaching inn and has seen its fair share of important visitors.
If history is your thing, you’ll find plenty of historical attractions in Worcestershire – many of them within easy access of local, historic hotels. Worcester Cathedral must be the most iconic, but Hanbury Hall, Spetchley Park, Witley Court and St Anne’s Well all have their parts to play in the county’s past. When it comes to eating out, you’ll even find restaurants dripping with history; the Old Rectifying House in Worcester was aligned to one of the most prestigious brewers in the West Midlands.
Staying in an historic hotel in Worcestershire can transform your time in the county into something special. There’s no better way to get to know an area than by immersing yourself in its past and, with plenty of historic attractions and hotel dotted across the county, it makes Worcestershire a fascinating place to visit.