Brockencote Hall

Brokencote Hall is something very special, a little piece of France nestling in the heart of the Worcestershire countryside. A former Victorian mansion, it has been lovingly transformed into a Gallic enclave with all the warmth and hospitality known to discerning visitors to France.

Approached by a long drive which winds alongside the ornamental lake, the scent of herbs, log fires and superb cooking mingle the moment you enter the welcoming wooden doors. Over the past 13 years proprietors Joseph and Alison Petitjean have created an authentically French ambience and quality of cuisine which combine to make a stay quite memorable. The 17 beautiful country style bedrooms include one on the ground floor specially designed to make stays comfortable for disabled guests. All rooms have ensuite facilities and all the conveniences required to make a stay complete. The restaurant, under head chef Didier Philipot, is renowned throughout the area for its its high standards and imaginative dishes, while Joseph Petitjean maintains the quality of cellar expected of a Frenchman. The dining room itself is charming, with superb decor, plunging drapes and wonderful views.

Open seven days a week, the hotel is a popular leisure break venue with many business guests returning at weekends with their husbands or wives to relax once more in Brockencote Hall's unique atmosphere.

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Brockencote Hall
Chaddesley Corbett, nr Kidderminster, Worcestershire DY10 4PY
Location: off the A448 between Kidderminster and Bromsgrove

Tel: +44 (0)1562 777876
Fax: +44 (0)1562 777872


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