County - West Midlands | Map
Population: 2500
Clent Jobs
Visitor reports

Add your shop free

Latest reviews

Hill Tavern
"As the previous review this is the first time I've ever posted an online review but felt I had to as i am so angry. I went into the hill ..." More

Hill Tavern
"I went to the this pub today and was met by the same rudeness and aggressiveness as these other comments clearly state. (It did involve the toilet) A comment was ..." More

Hill Tavern
"After climbing Clent, l went in with my 4 year old son. He was desperate for the toilet and I did want a drink as well. A barmaid with serious ..." More

Clent Reviews (52)

Best rates for a Local Hotel

Latest reviews | Events in Clent | 10 Places to Stay

The large Worcestershire village of Clent, with a population of more than 2500, sits at the south-western edge of the West Midlands conurbation, though separated from it if only by a few miles. It might be more accurate to say the villages of Clent, plural, given the hilly country in which it lies has meant groups of houses and little hamlets have grown up over the years around the focal point of the village church of St Leonardís, the five most significant being Upper Clent where that church is found, Walton Pool, Adams Hill, Holy Cross, and Lower Clent. Anomalously Clent was until 1844 an enclave part of Staffordshire, an arrangement dating back to Norman days when local authority was sometimes based on force rather than geography. Though roughly central to a quadrilateral whose points are Halesowen, Stourbridge, Bromsgrove and Kidderminster, Clent is a very rural spot, the huge natural bonus for visitors here being the Clent Hills (two of which are owned and maintained now by the National Trust), a popular spot for walking since Victorian times brought easier transport to the masses and still a favourite destination for Brummies in the know - Adrian Chiles recently lauded the area. Sadly the grass-tobogganing that was once practiced here is now banned to prevent erosion of the hillsides, but there are other highlights like the buzzards and redstarts that be seen with luck and timing, and of course the views that depending on the weather can extend to the Malvern Hills and even the Black Mountains. Clent has several pubs and restaurants, more than its size would normally merit, thanks in part to the visitor trade. Whitewashed cottages and solid red-brick houses dot the leafy roadways, and there is a tiny village green, but as so often the most significant building is the parish church, here a comfortably sized gothic structure with a pleasant lych-gate framing its front view and a ring of eight bells in its tower.


French Hen

Pub and Bar

Fountain Inn
French Hen
Hill Tavern
Vine Inn

Places to Stay near Clent

map book

Mount Hotel (0.04 miles)

Mount Hotel

To check availability click here

Individual Country House Hotel where every customer is made to feel special. With 15 well appointed bedrooms, the Mount Hotel is ideal for business or leisure travellers.

This old victorian school ... More


French Hen (0.34 miles)

French Hen
Friendly and relaxed French Style bar and Restaurant in the country offering good value, freshly prepared food with a French Theme. We also have en-suite rooms and a function room (licenced for 100 people)which is ideal for ... More
map website

Premier Inn Hagley (1.21 miles)

A convenient location just 5 miles from both Hagley town centre and Stourbridge train station. Ideally positioned within easy reach of the M5 junction 3. Our Hagley Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds ... More | visit website
map book

Queens Lodge (1.65 miles)

Queens Lodge

More Information

Dating from the late 16th Century the Queens Lodge is situated in Belbroughton, which is a picturesque, traditional English village. The building has been sympathetically upgraded to provide modern facilities ... More

map book

Talbot Hotel (3.25 miles)

Talbot Hotel

More Information

Set on the High Street of Stourbridge this hotel dating back to the 1630's is full of charm and character. Inside the hotel is full of old oak beams, stuccoed ... More

map book

Park Hall Country House (3.88 miles)

Park Hall Country House

More Information

Luxurious Bed & Breakfast Accommodation. If you are a busy executive or a family looking for extra special accommodation for one or more nights Park Hall is the prefect choice. ... More

map website

Travelodge Birmingham Frankley (4.16 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

map book

Hilton Bromsgrove (4.21 miles)

Hilton Bromsgrove

More Information

The Hilton Bromsgrove offers 148 bedrooms, including 8 Clubrooms; has extensive car parking facilities and a fully equipped LivingWell Health Club. This modern hotel, minutes from the main motorway network, has ... More

map book

Innkeeper's Lodge Bromsgrove (4.42 miles)

More Information

The Innkeeper's Lodge Bromsgrove is within easy access of Junction 4 of the M5, this lodge is two miles north of Bromsgrove. Situated in the grounds of a Toby Carvery ... More

map website

Brockencote Hall Hotel (4.43 miles)

Brockencote Hall Hotel

Brockencote Hall Hotel is privately owned by the Eden Hotel Collection, winners of the ĎAA Small Hotel Group of the Yearí 2014-2015.

Brockencote Hall Hotel is a peaceful luxury retreat, tucked away amid some of Englandís ... More | visit website

Brit Quote:
Time is but the shadow of the world upon the background of Eternity. - Jerome K Jerome
More Quotes

On this day:
Battle of Halidon Hill - 1333, Sinking of the Mary Rose - 1545, The Rosetta Stone Revealed - 1799, SS Great Britain launched by Brunel - 1843, Jeffrey Archer Jailed - 2001
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages