Amid Worcestershire's glorious countryside and heritage is Eden Hotel Collection's Brockencote Hall Hotel, it is a peaceful, luxurious and refurbished Victorian country manor house that is set in 70 acres of beautiful parkland, complete with a scenic lake, tennis court and restored dovecote.
What makes a stay at Brockencote Hall unique?
Brockencote, with a multitude of awards, emerges from the idyllic landscape and offers stunning bedrooms, an outstanding service from their team.
Brockencote's 3 AA Rosette restaurant, headed up by their talented head chef Tim Jenkins, their ceiling to floor wine walls, and their relaxed bar with open countryside views, makes the perfect setting for relaxing with a cocktail and canapés after a day of exploring the beautiful Malvern Hills.
Close to Stratford-upon Avon's world-famous theatres and Birmingham's Bull Ring for big brand shopping is another nearby experience the hotel has to offer, but it's all of these elements combined that make Brockencote Hall such a unique destination.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Brockencote Hall?
Brockencote Hall's spacious 21 bedrooms are all elegantly decorated with striking furnishings and plush fabrics that create an airy feel and perfectly represent the country estate splendour of the hotel.
ESPA luxury aromatherapy cosmetics are placed with soft towels next to a deep bath, together making the bathrooms more relaxing than any before.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Kidderminster area?
Worcestershire, the birthplace of celebrated English composer Elgar, has much to offer Brockencote Hall's visitors. The rolling Malvern Hills are perhaps the most famous of all, they create a haven for walking, running, riding, nature spotting. A cosy drink in one of the many old inns is how many of the visitors spend their time.
Worcestershire's family attractions include West Midlands Safari Park and the famous Severn Valley Railway; English Heritage is here as well, in the forms of the many National Trust properties across the county, as well as the beautiful Worcester Cathedral and Broadway Tower.
Not too far away, guests can also find Warwick Castle, Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon including the World famous Royal Shakespeare Company and The Cotswolds.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Brockencote Hall is acknowledged as one of the finest hotels and restaurants in the area, it has won a collection of awards including four AA red stars for comfort and hospitality, alongside three AA Rosettes for its outstanding cuisine at the Chaddesley Restaurant. Enhancing the fine dining experience is the hotel's panoramic rural views across the estate, its superb wine cellar and its everchanging menu designed to work with nature to create flavoursome dishes brimming with imagination and innovation.
The Eden Hotel Collection's commitment to sustainability, traceability and the environment prides Brockencote Hall as a champion of food excellence, introducing their customers to some of the finest artisan producers in Worcestershire.