Halfway House Inn

Inn in Bastonford, Worcestershire

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Halfway House
Bastonford
Worcestershire
England
WR2 4SL

Halfway House Inn, Bastonford

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The Halfway House Inn is a small Inn and Restaurant with 4 Silver B and B rooms. Our restaurant serves fresh local and modern cuisine in relaxed and friendly atmosphere. We are situated approximately four miles from the Spa town of Great Malvern and the same distance from the historic City of Worcester with Ledbury, Upton-upon-Severn, and Tewkesbury within 12 mile radius.

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