Worcestershire Country House Hotel escape with 3 course Dinner + Full English Breakfast + Drinks Voucher + Late Checkout only £89 per couple @ Travelzoo
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Worcestershire Country House Hotel escape with 3 course Dinner + Full English Breakfast + Drinks Voucher + Late Checkout only £89 per couple @ Travelzoo

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Found 2nd May
Great price for this considering it includes a 3 course meal for 2, Breakfast and a late checkout. Works out at just £44.50 p.p

  • Accommodation in a Classic Double or Twin Room; with full English breakfast; for two; plus a drinks voucher each towards a pint of beer or lager, or a small glass of wine on arrival
  • A 3-course dinner each (supplements apply to some dishes)
  • Late checkout until midday (worth £30)
  • It's £99 for a Family Room and £109 for an Executive Room
  • Multiple-night stays include daily breakfast and dinner

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  • The hotel, which was once the home of prime minister Stanley Baldwin, is set in 23 acres of "attractive grounds" (The AA)
  • There is a gym, outdoor tennis courts and a restaurant with a terrace
  • Worcester, with its 11th-century cathedral, galleries and listed buildings, is 20 minutes' drive away


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Overview

Hallmark Hotel Stourport Manor, a country house that was once the home of former prime minister Stanley Baldwin, is set in 23 acres of gardens on the edge of Stourport-on-Severn -- an inland port town built in the mid-1700s, where the Staffordshire & Worcestershire Canal meets the River Severn.

Kidderminster, where you can board a steam train on the Severn Valley Railway, is 15 minutes' drive away. The timber-framed Tudor buildings and Georgian architecture of Worcester are 20 minutes' drive from the hotel. You can visit the 11th-century cathedral to see the royal tombs and medieval cloisters.

West Midland Safari Park -- which is home to around 600 animals and has a drive-through safari, plus rides and attractions for children -- is 15 minutes' drive away, as is the Wyre Forest.

The hotel's facilities include a leisure club with an indoor swimming pool, a sauna and a poolside Jacuzzi, as well as a gym, a squash court and tennis courts.

The restaurant serves a brasserie-style menu of British classics and international cuisine. There's a terrace for al fresco dining, and a bar and lounge with a separate menu of light bites.

A few of the hotel's 72 bedrooms are in the original Victorian house, but most are in a modern building. Wi-Fi is free.



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I love Worcester, recommend a drink at the diglis hotel on the river if anyone goes on a nice day!
simandoo12 h, 51 m ago

I love Worcester, recommend a drink at the diglis hotel on the river if …I love Worcester, recommend a drink at the diglis hotel on the river if anyone goes on a nice day!


Not sure I would stay 12 miles away in stourport if wanting to visit worcester - certainly limits partaking of beverages and a definite no no to the tything run
It's hardly a quick drive to Worcester from the Hartlebury Road where this hotel is located. I used to travel daily from this exact location (as I used to live there) in to worcester and it took 45 minutes via the A449. The hotel really isn't anything special and there aren't any local tourist attractions either. The Safari park is miles away too and there's better hotels to stay in Bewdley which is where the Safari Park is actually located. I'd really struggle to think of any good points as to why I'd recommend this place to anybody in all honesty which is why the price is what it is I guess!
Edited by: "mumjit" 8th May
simandoo7th May

I love Worcester, recommend a drink at the diglis hotel on the river if …I love Worcester, recommend a drink at the diglis hotel on the river if anyone goes on a nice day!


I used to work in Worcester and the dragon boating training used to start in Diglis docks. There was nothing of note around there in the 90s. So is that area developed now?
Cold for me as Stourport iis full of brummies on holiday
FunkiestMonkey48 m ago

I used to work in Worcester and the dragon boating training used to start …I used to work in Worcester and the dragon boating training used to start in Diglis docks. There was nothing of note around there in the 90s. So is that area developed now?


Diglis docks is all appartments now around there, new bridge over the river, nice river walks on both sides, Diglis hotel is the only pub right on the river near that area, it's not the greatest place inside, but the garden is amazing.

Oh and they still do dragon boat racing but normally a bit further up the river past the Cathedral!
simandoo33 m ago

Diglis docks is all appartments now around there, new bridge over the …Diglis docks is all appartments now around there, new bridge over the river, nice river walks on both sides, Diglis hotel is the only pub right on the river near that area, it's not the greatest place inside, but the garden is amazing. Oh and they still do dragon boat racing but normally a bit further up the river past the Cathedral!


Sounds great. Yeah. The dragon boating used to end at the race course. We just used to train near the docks. Good days at Kays!
@FunkiestMonkey you used to work at Kays too? Which dept?
mumjit58 m ago

@FunkiestMonkey you used to work at Kays too? Which dept?


I.T.
Ooo at the St. Oswalds office? Did you know Lance Wittenberg or Simon Hughes? Going to have to remember some of the other guys I used to work with there I guess now!
Edited by: "mumjit" 8th May
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