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Fownes Hotel
Worcester
Worcestershire

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This English town house hotel boasts the air of elegant and discreet luxury. This quality hotel offers excellent service and comfort conducive to relaxation and sheer pleasure.

The Fownes Hotel is only a two minute walk from Worcester city centre, offering quality of service and comfort. Formally a Victorian glove factory, the hotel is situated by Birminghams canal. The hotel has the air of an elegant town house with it's canopied entrance. Nearby there are various places of interest, including Cheltenham Race Course, Civil War Commandery, Worcester Race Course, Worcester Cathedral, and Worcester Cricket ground. The beautiful decor of the King's restaurant provides the perfect atmosphere for the finest classical English cooking. Our daily fixed price menus follow a seasonal theme using the best ingredients and local produce. We have a Conference venue that is perfect for confidential business meetings, private parties or exclusive entertaining. The boardroom, equipped with full conference facilities, is a sumptuously appointed suite with traditional decor, comfortably accommodating up to 22 people. An excellent location for business meetings for up to 50 delegates or functions for up to 110 people.

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