Brockencote Hall

Chaddesley Corbett, Worcestershire

A long winding drive leads past a lake to this Victorian mansion, remodelled in the 1940s in the style of a Loire château, with parkland, fountain and 17th-century dovecote. More

Good Hotel Guide Review

A woodland drive brings you to a lake, a 17th-century dovecote and the very image of a Loire château amid sheep-grazed pastures. A Victorian mansion, built for a carpet tycoon and remodelled in the 1940s for a member of the Butler brewing dynasty, it is part of the Eden Hotel Collection (see also Mallory Court, Leamington Spa). Bedroom style is country house contemporary. The cheapest rooms have a walk-in or over-bath shower; if you want both a bath and shower, trade up to a superior room. A welcome letter, bowl, bed, toy and chew await your dog in designated rooms; for you, there are luxury toiletries, home-made biscuits, fresh fruit and savouries. You can order light bites in the bar, ask for a picnic, or dine in the restaurant, where Tim Jenkins’s short menus hit the spot with a trusted reader. ‘Dinner was fantastic, from the lovely canapés amuse-bouche and pre-dessert to the actual meal.’ Typical dishes: variations of pork with Madeira jus, brown-butter celeriac, garden apples, hispi cabbage; roast monkfish, mussels, curried cauliflower, samphire. ‘The value was excellent and we look forward to returning.’ (JC, SH)

Hotel details

Address

Chaddesley Corbett
Worcestershire
DY10 4PY
England

Telephone

01562 777876

Bedrooms

21. Some on ground floor, 
1 suitable for disabled.

Open

all year.

Facilities

lift, hall, lounge, conservatory, bar, library, restaurant, function facilities, in-room TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, 
72-acre grounds (fishing, croquet, tennis), public rooms wheelchair accessible, adapted toilet.

Background music

all day in public areas.

Children

all ages welcomed, extra bed (for under-13s) £25.

Dogs

allowed in some bedrooms 
(£25 per night), garden and bar.

Credit cards

Amex, MC, Visa.

Prices

B&B doubles from £120. Market menu £39–£50, seasonal menu £45–£60, tasting menu (whole table) £75.

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Comments about Brockencote Hall

A relaxing place with a good personal feel. . Receptionist was excellent. Barman and other staff all very good. Wind and rain didn't disturb the peace of the bedroom -we were upgraded to an enormous suite. We thought the food expensive. - Sue Jenkinson - January 2018

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Last updated: October, 2019. Information from the 2020 Good Hotel Guide