Bromsgrove Hotels

Bromsgrove is situated halfway between Worcester and Birmingham and has been caught up in the urban spill over from Birmingham; it began with humble beginnings and has grown to a thriving town of some 30000 people. It is here guests will be delighted by the formidable selection of Bromsgrove Hotels; these are designed to suit the business guest, the family group, the traveller and the honeymoon couple.

The town dates back to the 5th century when it began its life as a settlement on the hill, where the present Parish Church stands, overlooking the old Roman Road from Droitwich to the North Midlands. The first documented mention of Bromsgrove is in the 9th century and the Doomsday book gives mention of a Royal Manor, however it was market gardening that initially spearheaded its financial wellbeing.

The Town was famous for being a major center for the wool industry until its decline in the 16th century. The industrial Revolution brought manufacturing to the region and in the 17th century the French Hugenots introduced Nail Making reinventing Bromsgrove as the nail marketing capital of the world. The town offers a rich architectural landscape seen through the Parish church which stands on the site of a Saxon church which was rebuilt by the Normans, and major rebuilding was undertaken in the 19th century under the direction of Sir George Gilbert Scott but still retains some 13th and 14th century features.

St Peters Roman Catholic Church was built by Gilbert Bount in 1818, the Baptist church was founded in 1666 by John Eckles and the Grafton manor dates back to the 13th century and Hagley Hall commissioned in 1756 by the first Lord Lyttleton is the last great Palladian style building to be built in England. There are several half timbered buildings in the town and the Bromsgrove museum is housed in the former coach house of Davenal House.

The Catalogue of Bromsgrove Hotels provide five star hotels offering guests a vast range of deluxe amenities including luxury hotel transfer directly to hotel steps. Entrances are extensive and host fresh flowers and meticulously trained staff who process check in seamlessly whilst the concierge provides an overview of the surrounding area and facilities of the hotel.

Grand Country Hotels are found on the outskirts of the town and are set in manicured grounds providing guests with idyllic views and hosting challenging golf courses, walks, cycling paths, horse riding, and country pursuits such as clay pigeon shooting, hunting and fishing. Grand driveways present even grander entrances into sumptuous interiors hosting antiques, thick rugs, floor to ceiling drapes and bowls of fresh flowers.

Heritage Hotels found in elite suburbs hosting delightful views and innovative design provides luxury and comfort in discreet surroundings and may be the choice of the VIP's. Within the boutique environment designers achieve a harmonious blend of history with invention, where ancient architecture hosts the framework for modern sculpture and art.

Accommodations offered throughout the extensive catalogue range from en suite bedrooms to individually designed suites home to bureau desks, four poster beds, and French doors opening onto private balconies presenting idyllic views. These rooms are companioned with latest in high tech communications and entertainment systems.

The finest dining rooms are found within the arms of the Bromsgrove Hotels located in classic dining rooms hosting white table clothes, silver cutlery, crystal glass and fresh flowers offering international menus complemented with vintage wines. Traditional Bars, wine bars and coffee bars host warm welcomes and grand ballrooms and halls present perfect venues for all function types.

The extensive catalogue of Bromsgrove Hotels offer all visitors vast choice and memorable sojourns ensuring returns again and again.