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The Lenchford Inn
Eardiston
Abberley
Worcestershire

WR6 6TB | View map

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The Lenchford inn is a Georgian hotel with modern extensions set on the banks of the River Severn.We have 9 letting rooms which consist of 1x family room, 2x four poster rooms 1x double room and 5x twin rooms all are tastefully decorated with en- suite facilities and either patios or balconys,including colour Tvs and tea/coffee making facilities.We also have 120ft of moorings and fishing rightsWe cater for weddings,funerals,conferences and most other functions.We are frequnted by fisherman,walkers and coach companies.We have a good selection of beers,lagers and wines.Our restraunt is open for food Mon-Friday 12-3 and 6-9 all day Sat and Bank holidays and Sunday 12-4 and 6-9.Bar snacks,traditional food and al la carte is readily available.Coach companies are welcome,we offer a carvery for parties of 30 or more diners.We are ideally situated for visitors to the following places of interest: Worcester (6 miles) Stratford,Warwick castle, Cadbury world,Severn valley steam railway,West midland safari park, Witley court, Curradine barn (1 mile) Cheltenham races, N E C and Birmingham airport (30 mins).Junction 5 and 6 of the M5 are only a 15 minute drive away giving quick and easy access to the motorways

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