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B and Bs in Redditch

Corner Cottage Bed and Breakfast
1194 Evesham Road
Astwood Bank

Redditch
Worcestershire

B96 6AA | View map
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Marilyn and Alan welcome you to their charming period Bed and Breakfast Cottage built in 1867. This beautiful cottage is set in the pristine village of Astwood Bank. They have lived in the village of Astwood Bank for over 31 years and have recently opened their house to provide an excellent Bed & Breakfast.They have been awarded AA 3 Star and also a 'Highly Commended' certificate. There are many character features including coal fires; beautiful walled mature gardens; and an under cover area to enjoy. You will be met with a warm welcome and served coffee or tea on your arrival; in the guest lounge/dining room. Breakfast is served in the Guest Lounge/Dining Room; where you will be served freshly brewed coffee and a selection of teas together with fruit; yoghurts; juices; and a wonderful cooked breakfast served with toast and a selection of marmalades; honey; and jams etc.All rooms have TV; Coffee and tea making facilities; hairdryer; toiletries; and beautiful white linen and soft white towels. Ironing board available on request.Please Note: No smoking in any part of the house. Smoking however is allowed in designated areas outside; No pets; Children Welcome. Check-In time: 1400 and Check-Out time: 1030.

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