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Droitwich was from Roman times onwards the great salt producing area of England, its briny waters turned to equally good business effect in the 19th century when it became a spa town. The entrepreneur responsible for that change built a mock-French chateau here, now a fine hotel...
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Chateau Impney was built in the 19th Century as a gift from local salt tycoon John Corbett to his wife and to this day retains all of the grandeur and ... More
Middleton Grange is ideally situated to discover Worcestershire's diverse attractions.
Whether you're seeking the tranquillity of canal-side walks, bygone times aboard the Severn Valley Railway, the thrills and spills of the West Midland's Safari Park, or ... More
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Express by Holiday Inn Droitwich
This is a great value, welcoming hotel in Droitwich Spa, easily reachable from Worcester, Birmingham and junction 5 of the M5 motorway, offering comfortable accommodation and friendly service.
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The Crown in Wychbold
The Crown in Wychbold occupies a convenient location just a minute from the M5 motorway and as a result, offers good links to Birmingham, Worcester and Droitwich. This traditional pub was rebuilt as a hotel ... More
Hadley Bowling Green Inn
Welcome to Hadley Bowling Green Inn. The original Inn dates back to the turn of the 16th century and has been the choice of generations as a venue to enjoy fine food, wines and ales. ... More
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St Andrews House Hotel
Located in Droitwich Spa at the heart of Rural Worcestershire, the newly refurbished (September 2008) St Andrews House is a privately owned, thirty-two bedroom hotel and restaurant. Its location, nested ... More