There’s a historic treasure in the beautiful Teme Valley, offering fine British foods and uncompromising relaxation. Indulge at The Elms Hotel, Restaurant and Spa, whether you wish to dine, indulge in afternoon tea, revive on a spa day or hide away for a weekend of relaxation for mind and body.
Situated amongst acres of delightful country house gardens, with views stretching into Wales on a clear day, The Elms is a most inviting, Queen Anne manor house venue, dating back to 1710. In fact, architect Thomas White also created the Guildhall in Worcester.
With 23 sumptuously appointed bedrooms offering every comfort, the independent hotel combines fine, historic splendour with charming, homely warmth, ensuring that your every need is catered for during your stay.
Head Chef, John Brandon provides an inspirational lunch and dinner menu daily in the Brookes Restaurant, capturing discerning British tastes, using many local foods and freshly picked produce from the hotel’s kitchen gardens. Our signature three course lunch costs just £25 and lighter refreshments can be served in the bar or the Garden Café.
The secluded spa provides high quality facilities coupled with a range of Elemis treatments. As a member, a day or hotel guest, indulge in our heated indoor pool, indoor and outdoor hydro pool, sauna, steam room, ice fountain, fitness suite and relaxation room.
Consider The Elms for your celebration too, whether it’s a magical exclusive use wedding or a memorable birthday meal. We’re here to offer Worcestershire and beyond an array of exquisite facilities.
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