Restaurants in Badby

The Granary

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Opened in 2007, the Granary is a conversion of a grade II listed farm building to a boutique residential conference centre and 10 bedroom hideaway which seamlessly blends in with the natural beauty of its surroundings

The renovation provides an eclectic mix of typical country architecture, contemporary design, modern rustic furniture and quirky details Situated in an historic private country estate amidst some of the most beautiful countryside in the Midlands, the sense of peace and tranquility is breathtaking

In a really old building no room is ever the same. Although all 10 rooms are decorated in the same modern, rustic chic style, each is adourned with original contemporary paintings by Jane Atkins and Keith Morgan. Add exposed beams and quirky windows, each room has its own sense of individuality. Sumptuous beds, Egyptian linen, soft towels and exclusive toiletries ensure the utmost of comfort during your stay.

The granary is an excellent venue for private special dining occasions. The contemporary and character-rich ambience provides a perfect setting for individual gatherings. Whether you are planning a birthday celebration, other special family occassion, or a retirement dinner, the Granary is ideal.

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