It is the first time I have been to Worcestershire UK what a way to be introduced by staying in a Victorian country Manor House. Brockencote Hall Hotel is set in 70 acres, surrounded by unobtrusive views of the Worecetshire landscape. To really embrace the quintessentially British way of life, I turned up in an Aston Martin DB 11. I certainly felt like Money Penny.
I felt staying here was more like staying in a massive home rather than a hotel. If you looking for inspiration reagrding your English home there are endless examples of antiques, architect-inspired furniture and photos of the past showing people that lived here. The invaluable sensitivity to the restoration and interior design is beautiful.
I liked the views over the various seating areas.
I loved the access to endless fields, I was able to do plenty of walking and did not have to deal with any traffic. What I way to appreciate the English landscape at my own leisure.
I loved walking throughout the hotel and noticing the paint colours had been carefully chosen which affected the light and my mood. There are many celebrations that can take place here such as birthdays, anniversaries and of course weddings.
I had to have a martini and admire this beautful wooden bar. Being able to sit and sip next to the wooden fire was so lovely. The only thing missing was Bond himself.
I like when hotels put fresh flowers on display, I just love smelling them. The different wall papers and the mixing and matching of furniture and textiles was a brilliant inspiration regarding 2020 interior design ideas.
The simple quiet of birsing the smell of nature through the bedroom window was a lovely way to wake up on a sunday morning.
3 AA Rosette restaurant
Eating here was a real treat. The food was delicious, well presented and the ambience was very cosey.
The Feature Suite at Brockencote Hall Hotel was a luxurious stay. The room was very large with a large cosey king sized bed. To be able to sit and watch the lake in my relaxing seating area and the countryside was so beautiful.
So much room to get onewith work and taking instagram shots. I loved the four windows, there was so much light and access to views.
The Nespresso machine and tea and coffee making facilities with homemade biscuits was the perfect touch. I loved the complimentary fruit, savories such as the fresh nuts and wasabi bites. Good thing I had access to mineral water and fresh milk. I liked the homemade cordial again a very nice homely touch.
The en-suite bathroom with separate shower and bath, and ESPA toiletries, was super modern and very large. It was like having my own day spa at my fingertips.
Breakfast With A View
It was so nice to be able to look out the window and watch the sheep and nature go by. The eggs were delicious and the variety of food on offer for breakafst was excellent.
As a luxury stay goes Brockencote Hall offers so much both indoors and out. Decadent velvets, fine table linen and plenty of artwork to take in. At its simplest level, art records show we all think differently. This hotel took me on an endless journey of exploration at me own leisure. There were plenty of seating areas in the hotel to have some down time to my self.
To be able to soak up nature in this very quiet space was what I loved the most.
More and more in the world of luxury, everyone is seeking their little paradise and adventure. My stay here was like me living my own story which I will remember for a long time.
- Room reviewed: Feuture Suite
- Website: www.brockencotehall.com
- Address: Brockencote, Kidderminster DY10 4PY, UK
- Phone: +44 (0)1562 777876