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Drayton Court Hotel

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Drayton Court is a delightful Georgian country house hotel, personally managed by proprietors Raouf and Katie Bogue. If you're looking for a hotel that is informal with a 'home from home' atmosphere, then the Drayton Court is for you.

The Drayton Court Hotel is a warm and friendly hotel situated in the heart of the Midlands. A magnificent hand-carved four-poster bed is the highlight of the 20 individually interior designed rooms, many of which have exposed ceiling beams adding to the character of the building, a theme which begins as soon as you drive up to the car park which is accessed via a small courtyard. Please be aware that all of our bedrooms are located on the first or second floor and access is via a stairway, there is no lift available. The hotel has a fully licensed bar and a restaurant serving delicious food in a home from home atmosphere. Conference facilities are also available. The hotel is located in a conservation area and is adjacent to Drayton Manor Park. An ideal base for visiting local attractions such as The Belfry Golf centre, Tamworth Snow Dome (real snow), local craft centres and Lichfield, as well as many other places of interest.

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