The Elms at Abberley

A Historic Hotel in Abberley, Worcestershire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Stockton Road

The Elms at Abberley, Abberley

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The Elms is an imposing Queen Anne Mansion, set in acres of parkland in the heart of Worcestershire. The hotel has been refurbished offering fantastic bedroom options for families, a state-of-the-art baby listening service, as well as the fantastic OFSTED registered Bears Den, providing everything you could need for a relaxing family break. Look out for 'Tickle' the dog and 'George' the cat, both firm favourites with the children.

3 star rating

From: £97.50

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17 December, 1849

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The hat was made for Norfolk gamekeepers by T and W Bowler of Southwark

The eldest son of Queen Victoria, he ruled after her death in 1901

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