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Evesham Hotel
Coopers Lane
Off Waterside


WR11 1DA
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It is the idiosyncracies of The Evesham Hotel that keep guests coming back. Where else do you receive a Teddy Bear key fob and a rubber duck for the bath? or a wine list which has not featured French or German wines since 1977 and features 175 different grapes? or the widest range of drinks available anywhere in the U.K.? or an indoor pool with a seaside theme that is 100 miles from the sea? or the funniest Ladies & Gents Loos in the land? And yet it's a perfectly standard, highly efficient, 3 star hotel, (set in 2½ acres in a small country town) that prides itself on making all feel comfortable and relaxed - families, businessmen, couples, all ages, all feel 'at home'. They don't cater for parties larger than 10/12 so individual attention is guaranteed. The menus offer a wide variety including 6 vegetarian dishes and plain 'un-mucked about' food

Daily Telegraph - one of the 10 best hotels in the British Isles
Independent, Guardian & Observer - one of Top 50 Hotels in Britain
The Times - one of '6 of the best' Family Friendly hotels
Independent - one of the Top 50 Family Friendly hotels in the world
Which? Hotel Guide - 'Family Friendy' Award
Good Hotel Guide award for "utterly acceptable mild eccentricity"

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Ratings/Awards: 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 40
Number Ensuite: 40

Price per Room:

Double: £129
Twin: £129
Single: £80 - £90
Suite: £175
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Cuisine: Varied / International
Chef: Adam Talbot

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