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Hotels in Chaddesley Corbett

Brockencote
Chaddesley Corbett
Worcestershire

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A superb country house which dates back over 300 years, the estate is set in 70 acres of parkland with its own lake hosting much wildlife. The trees are magnificent and many are fine examples from North America. Brockencote has been family owned and run for the past 25 years by Alison and Joseph Petitjean.

There are 17 individually furnished bedrooms giving superb views over the Worcestershire countryside and Malvern Hills. The cuisine is French and imaginative and uses only the freshest top quality produce.

The public rooms and restaurant are all light and airy and offer immediate relaxation and peace to the weary traveller. The hotel is open all year and offers weekend and Christmas and New Year breaks.

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Ratings/Awards: Hotel of the Year Gold Award HETB 2009
AA 3 Red Stars - Top 200 Hotels in UK
HETB 3 Gold Stars
Worcestershire Life Restaurant of the Year 2008
Chef of the Year 2008
Number of Rooms: 17
Number Ensuite: 17
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