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The Dewdrop Inn
Lower Broadheath
Worcester
Worcestershire

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The Dewdrop Inn at Lower Broadheath near Worcester has now been reopened. The Inn is a Georgian building which has recently undergone a major refurbishment and now offers comfortable, relaxing surroundings within the public bar, restaurant and excellent bed and breakfast guest accommodation.The Dewdrop Inn is located within the parish of Lower Broadheath near the city of Worcester and is only a few minutes walk from the birth place of Sir Edward Elgar, the famous English composer. Sir Edward Elgar's birthplace is now a museum dedicated to the composers life and work, making The Dewdrop Inn the perfect place to stay when visiting the area. Lower Broadheath is also a popular location for walkers, cyclists anglers, and for sports enthusiasts is a short journey to attend the Worcester Races and Shelsy Hill climb."Buy local" Tim Hoare has designed seasonal bar and a la Carte menus using local produce, all freshly prepared, cooked to your requirements and served in the bar or restaurant.

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Number of Rooms: 7
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Parking - 1 per 24 hours
Credit Cards Accepted
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Disabled Access
Children Welcome
Licensed
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No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
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