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The Old Rectory
Cradley
Malvern
Worcestershire

WR13 5LQ | View map
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The The Old Rectory Bed and Breakfast in Cradley near Malvern is particularly well suited for complete relaxation. Large open fires are always lit and the house is adorned with fresh flowers. It could be for an intimate weekend break, house-party or group booking where friends can occupy the whole house for celebrations, Shoot dinners, corporate breakfasts and lunches are welcomed. Also, walking parties, reunions, small conferences or similar gatherings. We can also cater for Weddings as we are next door to the Church of St James the Great with a private entrance making it a very special venue.We are open all year so come and stay for a while at Easter or for a very special treat at Christmas. Whilst we feel that our house is predominantly an adult setting, well behaved children will be welcome as will well behaved dogs.Good food is a very high priority at The Old Rectory. We pride ourselves in using local organic producers where possible and of course guests can enjoy the harvests from our own vegetable and herb gardens.Beautifully furnished bedrooms enjoy a mix of antique and modern furniture. Tea and coffee making equipment is supplied along with crisp sheets, fluffy towels and high quality toiletries.

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