Romantic Retreats

Oct 15 2019 Stay Uncategorised

The festive season will soon be upon us, and all thoughts will be consumed with hosting family, entertaining the children and finding enough room for everything in the fridge. 

So before chaos ensues, why not plan some downtime with your partner and escape to a romantic retreat at one of the county’s luxury getaways?

Stanbrook Abbey

Once a historic monastery offering silence and spiritual direction, Stanbrook Abbey has been completely transformed into a modern hotel yet still offers its inhabitants a secluded retreat,  featuring a beautiful collection of 55 bedrooms – from our cosy Classic rooms to our sumptuous Suites

The dramatic stone cloisters to the gothic stained glass windows will make you feel like star-crossed lovers from the 16th century. This Grade II listed building is set in 26 acres of extensive gardens and is perfect for a romantic retreat.

Mount Pleasant Hotel

Be surrounded by natural beauty and breath-taking landscapes at the Mount Pleasant Hotel in Great Malvern. Located centrally, you’ll love waking up to amazing views and stepping out onto the Hills from the front door of the hotel. The bedrooms are spacious and many are furnished with original antique furniture in keeping with the Georgian building.

The hotel is also home to The Mulberry Tree Restaurant & Bar offering an exquisite culinary experience in a contemporary setting offering seasonal menus capturing the very best local produce.

Brockencote Hall Hotel

Brockencote Hall Hotel is a peaceful luxury retreat, tucked away amid some of England’s finest countryside and heritage.

Given it has two AA rosettes, you couldn’t be in better hands when it comes to the food, but why stop there? Brockencote Hall Hotel has consistently been awarded 4 stars by the AA but it is the Red colour of the stars that denotes them the coveted addition of being an ‘Inspectors Choice’. A hotel awarded red stars has been selected by the AA as one of the best hotels in the British Isles, higher than Silver or Gold.

The Old Dairy

Find your own piece of paradise, in this luxury accommodation for two. The Old Dairy is a romantic bolt hole which give you all the comforts to make it feel like a real home from home. Your own private courtyard with unrestricted views will allow you to take in the night sky over Malvern, one of the best places for night time photography in the country.

Its location is ideal for easy reach of Malvern town centre, a local supermarket, beautiful walks and fishing lakes.

The Cardinal’s Hat

The Cardinal’s Hat is Worcester’s oldest pub and originally dates back to the fourteenth century. The 6 Georgian city rooms offer a sense of glamour from the pub’s Regency heyday. Each bedroom has a strong story to tell about their namesake and their connection to Worcester.

Spacious rooms with high ceilings boast comfy king-size beds and luxury bathrooms, and of course the characteristic cosy pub that can be found downstairs.

All rooms boast antique Georgian furniture, TV and wifi, and tea and coffee making facilities with Royal Worcester crockery.


Did You Know? Worcestershire can claim its own piece of romantic history – William Shakespeare is said to have travelled to Worcester with Anne Hathaway in 1582 to get married in St Martin’s Church. The St Martins Gate on the city wall was the start of the road to Stratford, where they lived.

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