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Inns in Ombersley

Crown & Sandys Arms
Main Road
Ombersley
Worcestershire

WR9 0EW | View map

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Situated in the most picturesque black and white village of Ombersley, only three minutes outside of Worcester. This former Coaching Inn has a fantastic history dating back to the 17th Century, but today is family run, and provides the finest quality food, wine and service expected by discerning customers. The Crown and Sandys ( pronounced Sands ) is derived from the link between King Charles l and his son Charles ll and the Sandys family during the civil wars of 1645-57.The coaching inn underwent considerable alteration around 1810 when the Marchioness of Downshire Baroness Sandys carried out extensive re building improvements on the village of Ombersley. The Crown and Sandys welcomes you with a mixture of old and new offering 5 dining areas to choose from depending on your mood. We also boast 7 fabulous re furbished modern rooms, full of character and style. All our bedrooms rates are based on double occupancy Traditional Real Ales Fine wines Severn beautifully appointed en - suite bedrooms Light bites, lunches, evening meals Daily specials Civil weddings & receptions Parties & functions Corporate events & Packages Wi Fi Alfresco dining Gardens & Patio Open 7 days a week lunch & dinner.

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