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Elms Hotel

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The Elms Hotel at Abberley, nr Worcester, stands between the ancient city of Worcester and the historic market town of Tenbury Wells. Gilbert White, a pupil of Sir Christopher Wren is responsible for the architecture of the Elms.
A Queen Anne Mansion, graced with antiques and fireplaces glow with warmth that help create that special ambience for your visit to the Heart of England, the Cotswolds, and Shakespeare Country.

This magnificent building overlooks the lush meadows and woodland, hop fields and orchards of cider apples and cherries of the Teme Valley. There are several spacious lounges and The Brooke Restaurant, all of which have been recently refurbished. Each of the hotel's 16 en-suite bedrooms has its own character and provides magnificent views across the landscaped gardens. All are spacious, delightfully furnished with period antiques and have every modern facility. There are two large and excellently equipped conference or meeting rooms which lend themselves to a variety of corporate events.
For the Sports enthusiast, the surrounding countryside offers opportunities for fishing, shooting, golf and horse racing. From the M5, exit at junction 5 or 6 and then take the A443 towards Tenbury Wells. The Elms is 2 miles from Great Witley.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 21
Number Ensuite: 21
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Name: Brooke Room
Cuisine: Classic European with a Contemporary Twist
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes

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Room Service
Disabled Access - restaurant and lounges only
Open All Year
Tennis Court
TV in Rooms
Conference/Business Facilities

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