We Love —
- This exemplary hotel features not only a 3 AA Rosette Star Restaurant but has also been awarded a 4 AA Red Star Service.
- Upon arrival you will be treated to a divine evening: a complimentary glass of prosecco followed by a 2-course dinner that will tantalise your taste buds!
- This peaceful, luxury retreat is in an idyllic setting, tucked away in some of Worcestershire's finest countryside
New Voyage Privé —
Carefully selected by our experts especially for you
Your Destination —
Worcestershire, birthplace of celebrated English composer Elgar, has much to offer our visitors. Most famous are perhaps the gorgeous sprawling Malvern Hills, a haven for walking, running, riding, nature spotting and for a cosy pint in the many old inns and pubs after an afternoon of fresh air and exercise.
Family attractions are plentiful in the form of West Midlands Safari Park and the famous Severn Valley Railway - a particular delight at Christmas. 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. Warwick Castle, Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon including the World famous Royal Shakespeare Company and The Cotswolds are all within easy reach.
- Severn Valley Railway: 8min / 6.4km
- Worcester: 30min / 23.2km
- Malvern Hills: 45min / 40km
- Warwick Castle: 45min / 48.3km
- Stratford-Upon-Avon: 50min / 55.5km
- The Cotswolds: 1hr / 65km
All times & distances are approximate and based on driving
Your Hotel —
Escape to the country in this elegant retreat, surrounded by 70 acres of land deep in the heart of leafy Worcestershire. Step into a country house which has been lovingly restored manor where every room exudes refinement and old-world charm. An idyllic setting, elegant bedrooms and outstanding service all combine to create the ultimate retreat.
This hotel is a member of the Eden Hotel Collection, a luxury collection of 8 award-winning hotels that has received the AA Small Hotel Group of the Year 2014-15. The hotel itself has also received a 'Gold Award' from Visit England Awards for Excellence 2015 as well as 'Best Hotel' from Visit Worcestershire Awards for Excellence 2015. It has also been awarded 4 AA Red Stars for outstanding standards of service and 3 AA Rosettes for an excellent restaurant.
- 21 Rooms
- Restaurant with 3 AA Rosettes
- Exemplary Service with 4 AA Red Star Service
- 70 Acre Garden
- Free WiFi
Some services may incur additional charges, payable locally.
Your Room —
This offer is based on a Superior Room
Just for you: Homemade chocolates in your room upon arrival; early check-in (from 2pm, upon availability); late check-out (until noon, upon availability)
Sleeps up to
Your Board Basis —
This offer is based on a bed and breakfast stay. You will also receive a 2-course evening meal in the Chaddesley Restaurant on your first night.
Just for you: A glass of Prosecco upon arrival
The Chaddesley Restaurant
Well established as one of the finest Hotels and Restaurants in the county, Brockencote Hall has won a host of awards including four AA red stars for the levels of comfort and hospitality, alongside three AA Rosettes for its outstanding cuisine. The dining experience is enhanced by panoramic rural views across the estate and a superb wine cellar.
The Library at Brockencote is cosy wood panelled snug, richly decorated with plush sofas and soft carpets. Traditional touches here and there of leather bound books, gilt candlesticks and ornately framed oil paintings are faithful echoes of a privately owned country estate.
Your Journey —
Transport is not included in this offer.
Your hotel's address is:
From The North
Head south on M5. At Junction 4, take the A38 exit to Bromsgrove/Birmingham. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto and continue to follow A38 through 2 roundabouts. At the roundabout, take the 4th exit onto Stratford Road (A448). Continue to follow A448 towards Kidderminster.
Brockencote Hall is signposted on your left just outside Chaddesley Corbett.
From The South
Head north on M5. At Junction 5, take the A38 exit to Bromsgrove/Droitwich. At the roundabout, take the 4th exit onto and continue to follow A38 through 5 roundabouts. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Stratford Rd (A448) Continue to follow A448 towards Kidderminster.
Brockencote Hall is signposted on your left just outside Chaddesley Corbett
Nearest Train Station: Kidderminster