St Andrews House was built in the 1820s as the home of the town clerk of Droitwich Spa. Today, it is a privately-owned hotel whose restaurant has a fine reputation with a focus on high-quality, home-style cooking.
This classic town centre property is a 15-minute walk from Droitwich Spa tube station and just six miles from the Museum of Royal Worcester.
The original building has been extended, and the name has changed several times, but many of the trees which originally surrounded the house still grow in the grounds.
Its 31 individually-decorated rooms and suites feature work desks, free Wi-Fi, and tea- and coffee-making facilities. What's more, room service is available 24/7.
Complimentary breakfast is provided, and the restaurant serves modern gourmet cuisine based on classic British dishes. Other amenities include a lounge bar and parking.
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