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Luxury, 4 Star and 5 Star Hotels in or near Eckington

The Worcestershire village of Eckington has many grade two listed buildings of timber frame construction dating from the 16th & 17th century. Near the village stands Eckington Bridge built of sandstone in 1729. Also nearby on the slope of Bredon Hill is Woolas Hall dating back 400 years. There are some lovely walks in and around the village,especially along the River Avon and to the top of Bredon Hill. Luxury Hotels in or near Eckington, including 4 Star and 5 Star Hotels. Eckington Manor and Tewkesbury Park are listed below.
8 Results In Or Near Eckington
0.3 miles from centre of Eckington
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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 co...
6.6 miles from centre of Eckington
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Tewkesbury Park lives and breathes hospitality making every moment memorable. The hotel's unrivalled views across the Gloucestershire countryside can be seen from every room. If it's a short break in the Cotswolds or just a great location to base yourselves on an ongoing journey. The 167-acre site is surrounded by a manicured golf course and breathtaking countryside.
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6.9 miles from centre of Eckington
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A fine Grade II listed Victorian house located in the Vale of Evesham with easy access to historic Worcester, Regency Cheltenham and Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon. The Wood Norton is a boutique hotel with royal connections, having been built originally as a hunting lodge for European Royalty in 1897. In 2012, following a complete restoration, The Wood Norton will once again be at the center of hospitality in Worcestershire. The fifty bedrooms will offer everything from stately thr...
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7.5 miles from centre of Eckington
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Stanbrook Abbey Hotel was a former monastery from the 16-century and it lives on through the original architecture.
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11.6 miles from centre of Eckington
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With 21 bedrooms and 5 studio apartments The Cheltenham Townhouse accommodation suits most Cheltenham hotel requirements. On the northern edge of the Town Centre with free parking the property is ideally located for the Racecourse, Centaur and Pittville Pump Rooms. Complemented by the scrumptious breakfasts, free Wi-Fi and exceptional value for money for the the corporate and leisure traveller. The Cheltenham Townhouse Hotel is so close to everything Cheltenham has to offer that you ca...
11.7 miles from centre of Eckington
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Cotswold Grange is a charming period property located in a beautiful part of Cheltenham between the Town Centre and the famous Racecourse. Situated in a quiet tree-lined avenue yet only a short walk from Cheltenham's many attractions, the hotel exudes character and charm: Cotswold Grange has the generous comfort of a large period house with many enchanting features including high ceilings; beautiful decorative cornicing; the original cantilevered staircase; and a secluded garden with an or...
12.1 miles from centre of Eckington
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Arranged in the core of the trendy Montpellier area, Malmaison Cheltenham mixes present day engineering and plan with conventional rule tastefulness. Free WiFi is accessible all through the hotel, parking is accessible on location or via street permits charged at GBP 5 every night. Cheltenham town centre is only 5 minutes' stroll along the Promenade and Montpellier Gardens, a fundamental scene for Jazz, Science and Literature Festival occasions, is only 2 minutes' stroll from the inn. Eac...
12.1 miles from centre of Eckington
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Hotel du Vin in Cheltenham is a fine reflection of this historic spa town: a classy regency escape with a touch of artistic flair. For a company that has built its reputation on delivering brilliant bistro food and, of course, an elite choice of quality wines, its overnight offer matches its superb standards. Inside this white stucco building, well placed to explore Cheltenham and its stylish boutiques and gardens, find an intimate sanctuary in one of the 49 rooms. The décor is all cool c...
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