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Colliers Hill



Colliers Hill

Bayton

DY14 9NZ

Worcestershire


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Price Range: £35 - £50


Email: Click hereenquiries@colliershill.co.uk

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Jackie Miller


Phone: +44 (0)1299 832247


Colliers Hill provides a unique blend of old world charm, rural tranquillity and a committment to excellence.

The main conference room seats up to 30 people depending on seating arrangement, while the drawing room provides additional room for relaxing after dinner or breaking out into workshop groups.

Colliers Hill is the ideal setting for your off-site meeting, sales or product training. Find out more in our conference pages.

During the summer months, relax out on the spacious beautiful period brick courtyard, or alternatively enjoy a champagne lunch under the trees while enjoying the panoramic views over the Worcestershire countryside.

Why not treat yourself to a short break, a week or long weekend? There's plenty to see and do including the nearby historic town of Ludlow with its many starred restaurants and medieval castle, the setting for the renowned Ludlow festival.

Alternatively, tell us when you want to come and we will arrange everything for you.... and while you're at it ask us about our Shakespeare event.

Think Colliers Hill.....



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Broadway Tower
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Croome Park
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Elgar Birthplace Museum
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Harvington Hall
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West Midland Safari Park
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Worcester Cathedral
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Worcester City Museum
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