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Manor Coach House
Hindlip Lane
Hindlip

Worcester
Worcestershire

WR3 8SJ | View map

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The Manor Coach House B&B, Worcester is situated in semi-rural Hindlip. Our aim is to make your stay truly memorable. We offer beautifully furnished rooms, tastefully designed furnishings with solid oak furniture and wonderfully comfortable super-king and king-sized beds. 5 minutes from the M5 motorway (junction 6), in a hamlet, the B&B appeals to both tourist and business travellers, with retail parks, supermarkets and a choice of eating places nearby, and plenty of off road parking.The spacious accommodation offers four individually designed rooms, with en-suite showers, television, DVD & wifi. We offer a full English breakfast and a delicious selection of breads, pastries, preserves and yoghurts. We take pride in sourcing the best local produce, where possible, to offer truly delicious fare. The Manor Coach House B&B, Worcester has disabled access. One room includes an en-suite wet room, fitted with grab rails and a disabled toilet. A further two rooms have ground floor access, and the dining room is fully accessible for wheelchair users. The Manor Coach House at Hindlip is the perfect base for touring and visiting Worcester's many attractions. Malvern, Stratford on Avon, Birmingham, Oxford, Evesham, Cheltenham and Gloucester are all within an hourís drive.

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