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Brockencote Hall Hotel near Kidderminster has been named Best Hotel for the fourth successive year in the Visit Worcestershire Awards for Excellence 2015.
The awards showcase the very best of the region’s tourism sector and recognise the achievements of local businesses in the industry.
General Manager Dean Gunston said: “We’re so proud to be named Best Hotel for the fourth year in a row. Everyone here has worked very hard to ensure that the hotel continues to maintain its reputation as one of the finest luxury hotels and restaurants in Worcestershire and this award is well deserved.”
The Visit Worcestershire awards ceremony was held last night (October 15) at St Andrews House Hotel, Droitwich, where guest speakers included Lady Cobham, Chairman of VisitEngland, Gary Woodman, Executive Director of Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership, and Stephen Badham from Creative England.
The Visit Worcestershire award is the latest in a raft of accolades for Brockencote Hall. Earlier this year it won a Gold Award at the prestigious VisitEngland Awards for Excellence 2015 after being crowned Small Hotel of the Year; and last year the hotel was awarded three coveted AA Rosettes in the 2014 AA Restaurant Guide as well as the AA Inspectors’ Choice / 4 Red Stars for accommodation.
The 21-bedroom hotel, in Chaddesley Corbett, is part of the Eden Hotel Collection, the AA Small Hotel Group of the Year 2014 / 2015.
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