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Eckington Manor Hotel

Hammock Road, Eckington, Worcestershire, WR10 3BJ

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Eckington Manor Hotel

Hammock Road, Eckington, Worcestershire, WR10 3BJ

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The historic 14th Century Eckington Manor, on the borders of the beautiful Cotswolds and just two hours from London, offers relaxed luxurious accommodation with a unique English style. Set amidst its own 260-acre farm nestling on the River Avon, the Manor specialises in fresh homegrown food. Attention to detail, from silk wallpaper, antler chandeliers, Siberian goose down pillows and restored antique furniture to highly trained welcoming staff who go out of their way to ensure the personal comfort of every guest, Eckington Manor is a very special place to visit.

Time at Eckington Manor can be spent brushing up on cookery skills, relaxing in the luxurious bedrooms, sampling some of the delicious foods on offer or simply soaking up the countryside air.

Choose from classic, luxury, deluxe and suite bedrooms which are all ensuite and e individually furnished with a large comfortable bed with Egyptian cotton bed linen.


Eckington Manor is part of the following Inspirations:

Top 10 Boutique Boltholes to Escape the City by Joanna Reeves

"Best for foodies

Eckington Manor is an epicurean enclave set on a 260-acre working farm, with a gastronomic restaurant and cookery school. A smattering of former barns and outbuildings is home to 17 bedrooms; some with freestanding bath tubs, others with gas-fired stoves – one with walls clad in hand-painted silk. The main hotel is set in a medieval timber-frame hall, where an inglenook fireplace warms a cosy sitting room. Elsewhere, a converted Dutch barn is where the culinary magic happens: husband-and-wife team Sue and Mark Stinchcombe – winner of MasterChef: The Professionals in 2015 – give the traditional field-to-fork menu a creative spin. Standouts include Eckington beef tartare, followed by hay-smoked lamb and apricot soufflé served with toasted almond ice cream. Best of all, the farm is just a two-hour train journey from London, on the northern fringes of the Cotswolds."

Britain's Best Autumn Getaways by Adrian Mourby

"Close to the sublime Malvern Hills stands a large old farmyard that has been converted into a 17-bedroom hotel by local entrepreneur Judy Gardner.

Fearing that Eckington Manor’s derelict farm might be bulldozed and turned into an inappropriately suburban housing estate, Judy – whose home overlooks the manor - bought the land in 2004. Originally she hadn’t intended to create a rural getaway but if you meet Judy on your visit – and there’s a good chance you will– she’ll tell you the story of the evening that her daughters persuaded her to transform the old farm, its dairy, barns and cider mill into one of Worcestershire’s most sought-after weekend destinations.

Under Judy’s direction the twelfth-century half-timbered farm house, in danger of collapsing under the weight of ages, was taken apart and meticulously reconstructed. Today it offers a series of lounges with an honesty bar, plus an inglenook fireplace and a kitchen for those who book out the whole building.

Reception and the first-floor restaurant are opposite the old house in a cleverly refurbished Dutch barn while bedrooms are scattered in the outhouses with the old farmyard itself acting as car park. There is even a cookery school tucked behind the barn and beyond it a working farm which provides Eckington Manor with its beef. The hotel staff are friendly, professional and proud of where they work. Mark the chef actually won Masterchef: The Professionals in 2015. This is a destination hotel for those who love to eat and drink. But my advice is to get up early, breakfast heartily and drive the 14 miles to the Malvern Hills, which dominate this low-lying landscape.

Arriving early you can spend a day walking the hills with a lunch-time break at the Malvern Hills Hotel (ask for the excellent beef and stilton sandwich) and then come back for a big bath and prepare to be pampered in the restaurant. That’s my idea of a healthy autumn break."

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Information on Eckington Manor hotel , Hammock Road , Eckington

No. of bedrooms: Total: 15        
Types of room: 3 Classic Double, 7 Luxury Double, 4 Deluxe Double, 1 Junior Suite
Room rates guide: Double/Twin:  £130.00-£225.00
Suites:  £230.00-£275.00
Room with Breakfast
General info: Credit Cards Accepted:  Amex, Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Visa
When Closed:  Open all year
Child Friendly:  Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly:  Dogs Permitted (small dogs at the management's discretion)
Smoking Permitted:  No
Wheelchair Access:  Yes
Accreditation: VisitBritain Gold Award
Room facilities: Flat screen TV, Freeview channels, Wi-Fi internet access, Hairdryer, Egyptian cotton bed linen, The White Company toiletries, Tea & coffee making facilities
General facilities: Garden, Cookery School - exclusive use hire available, Restaurant (open for dinner service Tues-Sat inclusive),Garden Bar (open for lunch service Tues-Sat inclusive), Civil Ceremonies, Wedding Celebrations, Conference Facilities, Wireless internet access
Indoor activities: Cookery School
Outdoor activities on site: Local country walks
Activities nearby: Golf (15 mins), Horse riding, horse racing
Local directions: By Car: Located a short distance from the M5 between junction 7 (Worcester South) and junction 9 (Tewkesbury). From the North: Exit the M5 at junction 7 (Worcester South). Take the first exit left (B4084) signed to Pershore. Continue on this road into Pershore and take the first major turn on the right (A4104) signed to Cheltenham. Leave Pershore and continue along the road until the brow of a hill. Take the second turn on the left (B4080) at the top of the hill, signed Eckington. Continue over the bridge and into Eckington, taking the first turn on the right by the war memorial into Drakesbridge Road. Continue to the end of the road and turn into the lane straight ahead, on the corner. The entrance to the Eckington Manor Cookery School is on the left. From the South: Exit the M5 at junction 9 (Tewkesbury). Take the third exit (A46) signed to Evesham. Continue straight on this road through two sets of junction traffic lights, past the army depot, to the next set of traffic lights by the Queen’s Head pub. Turn left at these lights on the B4079 signed Eckington and Pershore. Continue along this road into Bredon. At the T junction, turn left. After approximately 200 metres, take the first turn on the right (B4080) signed Pershore and Eckington. Continue into Eckington, past the church, taking the first turn on the left by the war memorial into Drakesbridge Road. Continue to the end of the road and turn into the lane straight ahead, on the corner. The entrance to the Eckington Manor Cookery School is on the left. By train from London:There is a direct train service to Pershore from London Paddington, which takes approximately one hour and fifty minutes.
Nearest major city:
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Nearest railway stn:
Worcester (0.5 hours)
Birmingham (1 hour) , Bristol (1 hour)
Pershore (0.15 hours)

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