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East House
162 High Street
Broadway
Worcestershire

WR12 7AJ | View map
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At East House we aim to offer our guests every luxury they could wish for, combined with a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. You will be met with the offer of complimentary tea and cake in the Great Hall, with its roaring log fire and wood panelled staircase. There is a further lounge in which to relax, with original wooden beamed ceiling and views over the pond and to the garden beyond. Our guests enjoy sumptuous breakfasts, with the finest of local produce, in a delightful panelled breakfast room. At the end of your day's adventures bathe in our divine Bulgari bathroom products, envelop yourself in the softest of towels and bathrobes and then slink into the finest of Peter Reed bed linen. All of our rooms are exquisitely furnished so that we can ensure that your day begins and ends in style. If romance hasn't transported you to another world.........we have TVs, DVD players, iPod docking stations and unlimited WiFi in all rooms. East House is perfectly located. It is at the top end of the upper High Street, so it is quiet and peaceful, yet only a few minutes walk from all that Broadway has to offer. There are numerous restaurants, pubs, tea rooms and exclusive shops catering to all tastes. The surrounding countryside offers miles and miles of breathtaking walks which can be punctuated by breaks in delightful country pubs.

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