Manor Hill House

Guest house in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire

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Swan Lane, Upton Warren
Bromsgrove
Worcestershire
England
B61 9HE

Manor Hill House, Bromsgrove

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Fully refurbished contemporary country house. Modern en-suite rooms. Rural setting, good walks, country pubs and convenient for M5/M42, Bromsgrove, Droitwich and Worcester.

Visitors to Manor Hill House bed & breakfast will receive a warm welcome at the comfortable family home of Michael and Emma Moffett. The house which has recently been fully refurbished in a contemporary style has light and spacious rooms which enjoy panoramic views over glorious tranquil countryside. The large bedrooms have modern designer en suites.

Breakfast is prepared from mainly locally sourced produce and is served in a bright spacious dining room. A large sitting room with comfortable chairs and choice of books and magazines is available to make your stay a relaxing and pleasurable experience. Manor Hill House is well suited for business or leisure visits, being conveniently located only a few minutes from J5 M5 with good access for Bromsgrove, Droitwich and Worcester.

Excellent value is offered for bed and full English breakfast. For evening meals there are numerous country pubs and restaurants to suit all tastes within a short drive. During the evening hours guests can retreat to the comfort of the sitting room with its large screen TV and extensive range of books and magazines.

A sweeping gravel drive leads up to the front door where ample parking space is available. The one acre garden is enclosed by native species hedging with a mixture of trees, shrubs, herbaceous borders, extensive sun terraces and lawns. Wildlife which may be seen around the property may include foxes, hares, pheasants and badgers.

There are numerous species of birds including greater spotted woodpeckers, blue tits, robins, swifts, swallows, owls, buzzards and kestrels as well as flights of geese in the evening. Many people who visit Bromsgrove for the first time are surprised by the range of attractions to be found in this busy Worcestershire market town. In the centre of the town is Bromsgrove Museum which gives an insight into local history with displays of past crafts and industry such as nail, glass, lead, button and salt making.

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