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County - Worcestershire | Map
Tel code: 01386 | code search
Postcode: DY10 | code search
Population: 1650
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Dog At Harvington
"I came with my family to try the new and improved Sunday lunch as the last one we had wasn't very good today it was absolutely lovely more roasts and ..." More

Dog At Harvington
"Sea bass was cold, the veg were cold, the sauce was horrible and it came poured all over the fish (that was cold as well) with another jug of the ..." More

Dog At Harvington
"sunday 10 june just eaten at the dog last visit 6 months ago food was cold then and yes nothings changed food still cold.Not worth another visit.

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"Harvington is an attractive village in the county of Worcestershire, close to the historic Market town of Evesham, and beautiful Stratford Upon Avon, the village has exquisite houses dating back ..." More

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The village of Harvington lies four miles north of Evesham close to the border with Warwickshire and half a mile from the River Avon. Of all the Vale of Evesham`s "black & white villages", Harvington can fairly stake a claim to being one of the best. Thatch roofs cover many of the sturdy Tudor cottages with square or slanting timbers; there are a few "cruck" houses identifiable by the inverted V of timbers at the ends. Harvington has had son wonderful identities in the past; Herefordtun-juxta-Avene in the 10th Century; Hervertun in the C13th and Heruyngton in the C15th: it is first recorded in Saxon charters of 709. The church of St.James has a Norman tower of about 1200, the oak shingled spire was added in 1855, a sturdy low arch, slightly pointed, leads from the tower into the nave.The plain tub Font is Norman. Opposite the church is the Coach & Horses serving spirits of another sort! The Manor House is a two storied house of stone and half-timber dating from the C14th but much altered in the C17th. A little way down is the Baptist Chapel a neat, late Victorian building. Down by the Avon is Mill House a Georgian red brick building, now a hotel. the former Railway Station has been converted in to a private dwelling with a railway coach in what is now the garden; the railway came to Harvington in 1866 and closed in 1962, part of the track-bed is now a section of the A441.

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Salford Hall (1.06 miles)

Salford Hall

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Nestled amid tranquil gardens, this romantic Tudor manor is ideally located in Shakespeare country, within easy reach of Henley-in-Arden, historic Kenilworth, Warwick Castle and the Cotswolds.

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Salford Hall Hotel (1.14 miles)

Salford Hall Hotel

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Nestled amid tranquil gardens, this romantic Tudor manor is ideally located in Shakespeare country, within easy reach of Henley-in-Arden, historic Kenilworth, Warwick Castle and the ... More

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Queens Head (1.91 miles)

Queens Head
This traditional Inn offers excellent value Bed & Breakfast accommodation combined with a welcoming bar and home cooked food. Located close to the River Avon, The Queens Head Inn enjoys a quiet village location in ... More
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Premier Inn Evesham (2.33 miles)

Premier Inn Evesham
Situated adjacent to Evesham Country Park, only 1.5 miles from Evesham train station. For shops and local amenities Evesham town centre is only 1 mile away. Our Evesham Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy ... More | visit website
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Peace Haven Holiday Lets (2.51 miles)

Peace Haven Holiday Lets

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Peace Haven is situated on the outskirts of Honeybourne, the doorstep to the Cotswolds. We invite you to sample the hospitality of the region in seven, luxuriously appointed, self-catering cottages.
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Wood Norton Hall (2.61 miles)

Wood Norton Hall

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A superb quality hotel for business and pleasure and is within easy reach of Worcester, Cheltenham, and the Cotswolds. This impressive Grade II listed Victorian ... More

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Riverside Hotel (2.96 miles)

Riverside Hotel

The Riverside Hotel is a unique and privately owned hotel set in a beautiful location with spectacular views overlooking the River Avon. The hotel can be found along a secluded, private drive, within the original ... More

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Daisy Cottage at Rous Lench Court (3.09 miles)

Daisy Cottage at Rous Lench Court

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Set in the grounds of impressive Rous Lench Court, where Oliver Cromwell dined before going into battle with Charles II, these two delightful cottages have been created ... More

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Buckle House (3.24 miles)

Buckle House
Buckle House is a large, contemporary country home, about ten minutes' drive from Stratford upon Avon. The property is in a rural location set within one acre of landscaped gardens with lawns, colourful flowers and ... More | visit website
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Broom Hall Inn (3.34 miles)

Broom Hall Inn
The Broom Hall Inn is a sixteenth century building of great historic interest. Set in a rural location away from main roads yet within easy reach of Stratford-upon-Avon; Evesham; Warwick and close to the Cotswolds; ... More | visit website

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