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Flyford Arms
Old Hill
Worcester
Worcestershire

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The Flyford is an independent family run inn, that is situated midway between Worcester and Stratford Upon Avon on the A422. The Flyford Arms offers a bar and dining areas which have managed to retain many of the period charms of the building and much of the intimate atmosphere we associate with a country inn. With a well stocked bar that has a good range of fine ales, wines and spirits, those looking for a quiet relaxing drink would be hard pressed to find a more congenial location and, with the dining room just a few paces the other side of the circular bar.

The letting rooms are all ensuite and of excellent quality in this 18th century building .The Flyford is open 7 days per week all year round and offers the very best in hospitality. The flyford is a full member of the Vale Golf club offering an international 18 hole course and a 9 hole course.

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