Rural Accommodation

Lower End House

B&B
£62.50
 -  £65.00
Notes : per person per night
Lower End House
Manor Road
Eckington
WR10 3BH
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Owner Information
Lucy Biltcliffe
Worcestershire
Phone : 01386 751600
Our 5 star gold award guest accommodation is set in the heart of the unspoilt English countryside on a 260 acre working farm in a village location just outside the market town of Pershore, making it an ideal retreat to unwind and relax. The area is the perfect location for walking on the nearby Bredon or Malvern Hills, fishing on the local River Avon or shopping in the Regency town of Cheltenham.

Lower End House is located a short stroll away from Eckington Manor Cookery School just across the courtyard and is believed to be one of the oldest houses in Worcestershire. This lovely period house is full of character and has been renovated with the highest attention to detail and style to offer five individual and unique en-suite bedrooms with today’s modern luxuries. The bathrooms have been beautifully appointed using a range of products from Fired Earth. There are three bedrooms featuring either double or twin beds and two rooms with single beds. The single rooms share a large en-suite bathroom.

We want to provide the very best and our emphasis is on quality...from the large comfy antique leather sofas and welcoming wood burning stoves throughout the downstairs to the mouth watering home cooked breakfasts which includes home-made muesli, freshly squeezed orange juice, home cured bacon, Eckington Manor Gloucester olde spot sausage, home-made bread, preserves, marmalade and local honey to our fresh farm eggs.

Lower End House is licensed and non smoking. We offer bed and breakfast only, although we are happy to provide a variety of supper trays by prior arrangement, which includes some of our home-produced produce. Pre-organised dinner for exclusive use and corporate groups can be arranged. We are happy to prepare hampers and packed lunches if guests are heading out and about into the countryside.

Guests are served and can purchase drinks each evening from the well stocked honesty bar and wine cellar or help themselves to complimentary tea and coffee in their rooms. No dogs allowed.
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