Hotel built in 1530, Last complete renovation 1990, Number of floors 2, Total number of rooms 36, Number of single rooms 3, Number of double rooms 33, of which have 2 separate beds 10, of which have a double bed 13, Hotel, Business hotel, child-friendly hotel, Family hotel, No-smoking hotel
- Style of hotel and ambience
- Evesham hotel built in the 1540 was once a Tudor farm house, now a friendly quirky hotel, which ensures everyone a memorable stay. Selected by Good Hotel Guide editor for top 10 of the British Isles. Only 5 minutes walk into town and central to some of the most historic and tranquil towns and villages in the heart of England. Ideally located to explore the Cotswold’s, Stratford upon Avon, Warwick and Malvern hills. It has a unique atmosphere, light hearted and humorous, staff ensure a very comfortable pleasurable stay for both business and pleasure. Included in the price is a good hearty full English breakfast, use of the leisure facilities including an indoor heated pool, free Wi-Fi and ample parking. Within 11 miles of the M5 with good access from the M42 &M40.
- Special features of the hotel
- The elegant Cedar restaurant is a place to relax unwind with fabulous food,including a variety of home cooked dishes. Also for the younger
generation a junior a la carte menu is available.
- Reception open
- 07:30 - 23:00
- Earliest check-in
- Latest check-out
- Free services for HRS guests
- 1 bottle of mineral water, Parking directly by the hotel, Wireless LAN in room
- Hotel location, surroundings and sights
- Evesham is a picturesque town with a great shopping, set along side the beautiful Abbey Park and the River Avon, and has a great selection of café’s and restaurants. There is the Saturday Charter Market which has become a key attraction for local shoppers as well as attracting visitors to the Vale of Evesham. Explore by cruising the River Avon in anyone of the number of craft that are for hire from Evesham’s riverside. Along the riverbanks there are delightful pubs to quench your thirst each one tranquil and giving a unique perspective of the Vale.
Worcestershire mainly lies between the majestic Malvern Hills and the mellow Cotswolds; it is a county of contrasts with charming villages and bustling towns, houses built with the mellow Cotswold limestone from local quarries. The Cotswolds are centred on the gentle slopes of the Cotswolds Hills and are officially designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The ancient towns & villages are steeped in history and many date back at least 500 to 600 years and are one of the most popular reasons for tourists visiting the region. Worcestershire has peaceful countryside with a turbulent past. Rolling landscape, open hills with breathtaking views that await you.