The Throckmorton

A Restaurant with rooms in Coughton, Warwickshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Coughton Hill
B49 5HX

The Throckmorton, Coughton
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Accommodation Description:

The Throckmorton is a Freehouse Inn & Quality dining venue in Coughton, Warwickshire.

The Throckmorton in Coughton boasts 10 fully ensuite stunning bedrooms refurbished in early 2016 to a very high standard. Downstairs Sally Dave and the Team welcome you to the family run freehouse. All rooms have newly fitted shower rooms* super comfortable memory foam matresses Samsung HD smart TV's* with freeview and also access to on demand and internet services such as iPlayers and Netflix.

The Throckmorton is situated just 300 yards from the historic National Trust property Coughton Court seat of the Throckmorton family this historic Inn and is midway between Studley and Alcester on the main A435 Birmingham road. It also makes a perfect touring base with Stratford 8 miles Warwick 11 miles and Worcester 15 miles. Birmingham 18 miles offers limitless shopping and a wide and diverse range of Arts and Culture.

The NEC and Birmingham Airport are within easy reach and access to the midlands motorway network is only minutes away. Local buses stop outside the pub and this allows easy connection nationally. The pub & dining room are open all day every day with fresh local homemade food served to the public from 9am to 9pm (breakfast for residents from 7:30am Weekdays and 8:30am Weekends - New Year's Day is from 9:30am).

*Our large family room has a shower over bath and the TV is not "smart" buts still has all freeview chanels in HD

4 star rating

From: £50.00

Room Facilities
Desk with lamp
Family/oversized room
Tea and coffee making facilities
Colour television
Hypoallergenic pillows
Wireless internet connection
Internet access

Ironing facilities
Room service
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Non-smoking (throughout)

Free parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)

Dining Facilities
The Throckmorton Freehouse & Quality Dining - Serves fresh local produce cooked to perfection all day every day served by Sally Dave & Their team of chefs.

Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities
Children's menu

Pet Policy
No pets

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