Broom Hall Inn

Bidford Road Broom

Alcester Warwickshire B50 4HE

Broom Inn is a stunning Tudor Farm House in one of the prettiest villages in England. The Inn is located just a few miles from Alcester and offers first-class dining and a charming rustic atmosphere.

This fine looking sixteenth century property is located in the village of Broom, some four miles south of Alcester and at the north-western extreme of the River Avon. As you'd expect the village has bags of that dreamy Tudor character that Middle England does so well.

This is one of those famous 'Shakespeare Villages'. It was in Broom and nearby Bidford that Shakespeare and his chums had their drinking clubs. In fact it is said that the Bard fell asleep under a local crab tree after one of their legendary bouts. Although it set in secluded rural location, the nearby A46 provides lightning quick access Alcester and neighbouring Stratford.

This magnificent Tudor building boasts its own extensive gardens (check out the mighty Hulme oak at the front) and dates back to the 16th Century. It's difficult to convey how beautiful the hotel is, so make sure you have a look at the picture galleries by clicking on the booking button above.

There are some gorgeous design touches: the exposed red-brick walls in the guest rooms, the rustic oak-beam ceilings, the free-standing roll-top baths, the solid wood floors in the bar. Broom Inn offers a private, enclosed beer garden and terrace for alfresco dining and evening drinks in the Summer.

The hotel restaurant hosts a carvery every Sunday and is very popular with locals.

Telephone: +44 (0) 1789 773757

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