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Hotels in Bromsgrove

Home to some of the finest historical buildings in Worcestershire and within easy reach of Birmingham and Worcester, Bromsgrove Hotels offer the charms of a traditional town close to the bustle of the bigger cities.

Picturesque canals and country parks

Nestled in the heart of North Worcestershire – the county said to have inspired J.R.R. Tolkien's idyllic The Shire in The Lord of the Rings – it comes as no surprise that Bromsgrove is surrounded by some of the country's most beauty landscapes. The Worcester and Birmingham Canal runs close to the town and is an excellent spot to enjoy the scenery, whether you plan on hiring a narrowboat and drifting on the water, fishing on the banks or simple ambling alongside the canal on the footpath.

The town is also close to many gorgeous countryside attractions, from Sanders Park in the heart of the town to the Chaddesley Woods National Nature Reserve, a short drive to the west along the Kidderminster Road. Lickey Hills Country Park to the north of Bromsgrove has a range of walking routes and is a fantastic location for picnics with the family or evening romantic strolls.

Heritage buildings

For many years Bromsgrove was home to the world famous Bromsgrove Guild of craftsmen, who created the gates found at Buckingham Palace. This interest in noSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION buildings is still celebrated today courtesy of the Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings. This unique open-air museum is made up of rescued buildings, saved from demolition and rebuilt in Worcestershire. Covering 700 years of history, the museum includes a 15th-century merchant's house, a working windmill and the UK National Collection of telephone kiosks.

Another interesting historical attraction close to Bromsgrove is the Forge Mill Needle Museum in Redditch, detailing the fascinating history behind the Victorian needle industry. Also make sure you check out the statue of famous composer Edward Elgar in the town high street and Grafton Manor, a grand country house that dates to the 14th century and today houses one of Bromsgrove's best restaurants.

Entertainment

Bromsgrove is home to many great restaurants, such as Grafton Manor, which, as well as being a hotel, annually hosts a hugely popular Indian food festival. The Maekong Thai on Worcester Road is also worthy of note, serving mouthwatering Thai cuisine.

As well as dining, Bromsgrove hosts a world famous classical music festival, the Bromsgrove Festival. Culture-lovers will also want to pay a visit to Artrix, the town's multipurpose arts centre, featuring an eclectic line-up of film, theatre and dance.

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