Alcott Farm

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Icknield Street
Alvechurch
Worcestershire
England
B48 7EH

Alcott Farm, Alvechurch

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Alcott farm is run by hostess Jane Poole and International trainer and rider John Poole (producer of Olympic horses). The farm is set in 65 acres of rolling Worcestershire countryside only a short drive from the motorway network as well as Birmingham city centre and airport.This beautiful country home has luxurious bed and breakfast facilities with en-suite bedrooms good pubs and restaurants nearby and within striking distance of Stratford-Upon-Avon.

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