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Church House B&B

Church House, Claines, Worcester, WR3 7RL

Church House is a working farm, conveniently situated just five minutes from Junction 6 of the M5 motorway and two miles from the centre of the historic city of Worcester.

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4 Star Bed & Breakfast
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01905 452366

Church House is a working farm, conveniently situated just five minutes from Junction 6 of the M5 motorway and two miles from the centre of the historic city of Worcester.

There is an extensive range of good local pubs and restaurants to choose from, with the renowned Mug House, just a two minute walk away.

Church House

This historic house was built in 1760 and is a Grade II Listed building, having recently benefited from significant refurbishments. The guest rooms are situated on the second floor offering very comfortable country house accommodation, whilst preserving the original charm of the former Claines Rectory.

Guests are welcome to explore and enjoy the surrounding gardens and terrace, at their best in the summer months.

Breakfast

The extensive breakfast menu includes fresh farm eggs and sausages from our own pigs, and a range of home-made jams. Breakfast is served between 7.30 am and 9.30 am to suit you.

All welcome

Church House welcomes all guests, whether your visit to the area is business related, attending one of the numerous cultural or sporting events, or just taking the opportunity to explore this lovely area.

Phone
01905 452366

Email
wr37rl@btinternet.com

Website
http://www.churchhousebandb.co.uk

Facilities

  • Central heating
  •   Electric shaver points
  • Garden
  •   Golf available (onsite or nearby)
  •   Hairdryer
  •   Ironing facilities
  •   Lounge for residents' use
  • Private parking
  • Real log/coal fires
  • Satellite TV
  • Tea/coffee making in bedrooms
  •   Totally non-smoking
  •   Unlicensed
  • WiFi or internet access
  •   Working farm
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