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The large village of Whitbourne is in North East Herefordshire, near the border with Worcestershire and a few miles from the busy market town of Bromyard. Whitbourne is in the midst of fantastic countryside, with the River Teme to the East and Bringsty Common to the South and therefore there are many walks to enjoy. Whitbourne Hall is a magnificent classical Greek style building of the 1860s available for hire for weddings, conferences, etc. There are two pubs here The Live and Let Live (offering food) and The Wheatsheaf Inn.


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National Trust Cottages (1.88 miles)

National Trust Cottages

This fine 18th-century brick built house stands in a wonderful position on the Brockhampton estate and still has the former hop kilns in place. The Oast House is full of character, has masses of room ... More

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Crown & Sceptre (4.17 miles)

Crown & Sceptre

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** UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT ** Following an extensive refurbishment, The Crown & Sceptre now offers traditional pub food in comfortable family orientated surroundings. With Real Ales, an enclosed child friendly garden and ... More

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The Hop Pole Hotel (4.19 miles)

The Hop Pole Hotel
Historic building in the market town of Bromyard, the Hop Pole Hotel is situated on the market square. There is always a warm and friendly welcome at the pub which is inside the hotel. Fresh ... More | visit website
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Falcon Hotel (4.24 miles)

Falcon Hotel

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Situated in the centre of Bromyard and easily accessible from the A44, this cosy hotel offers comfortable accommodation in a pleasant setting, one that is rich in history and character. The 2-star ... More

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Bay Horse (4.28 miles)

Bay Horse

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A traditional 17th century timber framed inn offering quality accommodation, food & drink in a friendly atmosphere. All our rooms have ... More

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Chirkenhill Farm Bed and Breakfast (4.45 miles)

Chirkenhill Farm Bed and Breakfast

Quality B&B accommodation offered in our lovely Regency Farmhouse in one of the most beautiful parts of Worcestershire close to the Malvern Hills and the historic City of Worcester. Comfortable ensuite bedrooms, full English breakfast ... More | visit website

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Brook Bank House Hotel, Golf & Country Club (5.43 miles)

Brook Bank House Hotel, Golf & Country Club

Overlooking the Malvern Hills, gateway to the Cotswolds, this distinctive hotel has a gym and 18-hole golf course, all just 3 miles from the city of Worcester.
Best Western Bank House has great links to Birmingham, ... More | visit website

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The Dewdrop Inn (5.64 miles)

The Dewdrop Inn

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The Dewdrop Inn at Lower Broadheath near Worcester has now been reopened. The Inn is a Georgian building which has recently undergone a major refurbishment and now offers comfortable, relaxing ... More

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The Old Rectory (6.08 miles)

The Old Rectory
The The Old Rectory Bed and Breakfast in Cradley near Malvern is particularly well suited for complete relaxation. Large open fires are always lit and the house is adorned with fresh flowers. It could be ... More | visit website
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Hundred House Hotel (6.13 miles)

Hundred House Hotel

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This privately-owned country hotel situated on the A443 Worcester to Tenbury Wells road is located in an exceptionally beautiful part of Worcestershire, between Abberley Hills and Woodbury Hills. The hotel name dates ... More

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