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Had a wonderful stay, the house is large and nearly 200 years old, fun to explore, service and food both great. The grounds and gardens are also a great place for walks, with sheep right up to the car park and black swans in the pond. Highly recommended.
Utterly amazing stay at Dormy House Hotel. The facilities... the staff... the accommodation.... the food (omg delicious).... the hospitality... all first class. We cannot wait to return to this gem in the Cotswolds. It may well have been our first visit, but it will not be our last. Wonderful experience ...
I chose this hotel in connection with my work, due to its location. Restaurant was very good. Very nice throughout and the staff were excellent.
Amazing 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 ...
Great place for a treat, booked inclusive of eveing meal and really enjoyed it all. Room had been upgraded when we arrived as an added bonus. Nice bathroom - underfloor heating, walk in shower. Great views from the room.
With stunning scenery, historic attractions and superb restaurants, Worcestershire is a romantic county. Whether you’re thinking of whisking your loved one away as part of a surprise or you’re even getting married in the county, there are plenty of romantic hotels in Worcestershire, ranging from boutique B&Bs to four and five star luxury hotels.
Although a small county, Worcestershire is blessed with some of the most breathtaking countryside in the UK and a number of hotels have established themselves amongst some of the best panoramas and settings. The spectacular Dumbleton Hall Hotel is set in 19 acres of beautiful gardens, with woodlands and its own, private like, while Buckland Manor offers seclusion and tranquillity set in 10 acres of countryside.
For others, a spa is an integral part of a romantic getaway. The Malvern Hotel and the Lygon Arms both offer luxurious and serene spas, while the spa at the Abbey Hotel in Redditch offers a range of restoring treatments – and is even a licensed wedding venue.
Getting married in the right surroundings can make or break the Big Day. Worcestershire is full of stunning manor house hotels that are licensed to perform weddings. Both The Elms Hotel and the Chateau Impney Hotel and Exhibition Centre are prime examples, offering unbridled luxury and a superb location.
Dining is almost synonymous with romance and while there are plenty of excellent places to eat in Worcestershire, many romantic hotels have their own superb restaurants and some offer room service so you can enjoy a delicious dinner in the comfort of your room.
However, for those who can tear themselves away from their hotel, there are plenty of romantic attractions in Worcestershire. Worcester sits along the banks of the River Avon and there’s ample opportunity to take a boat cruise and enjoy the panorama from the water. Abbey Park is a kaleidoscope of blooms through the summer and offers the ideal setting for a picnic.
Worcestershire is a county bubbling with romantic things to see and do. Booking a romantic hotel is the best way to get the most from your time here.