Welcome to Corner Cottage Bed and Breakfast - Redditch
Marilyn and Alan welcome you to their charming period Bed and Breakfast Cottage built in 1867. This beautiful cottage is set in the pristine village of Astwood Bank.
They have lived in the village of Astwood Bank for over 31 years and have recently opened their house to provide an excellent Bed & Breakfast.
They have received the following awards:
* 'AA Gold Award for 2015/2016' *
* 'AA Gold Award for 2014/2015' *
* 'AA Gold Award for 2013/2014' *
* 'AA Gold Award for 2012/2013' *
* 'Highly Commended 2011/2012' for the 4th year running *
* 'AA Finalist in the Friendliest Landlady 2009/2010' *
* 'AA 3 Star' *
There are many character features including coal fires, beautiful walled mature gardens, and an under cover area to enjoy.
You will be met with a warm welcome and served coffee or tea on your arrival, in the guest lounge/dining room.
Breakfast is served in the Guest Lounge/Dining Room, where you will be served freshly brewed coffee and a selection of teas together with fruit, yoghurts, juices, and a wonderful cooked breakfast served with toast and a selection of marmalades, honey, and jams etc.
All rooms have TV, WiFi access, coffee and tea making facilities, hairdryer, toiletries, and beautiful white linen and soft white towels. Ironing board available on request.
You can check into your room at 14.30 and vacate by 11.00 a.m. (If the rooms are ready you will be able to check in earlier.)
Prices start from £45 per room single occupancy with bathroom facilities, £60 per room per night for the Double Twin and £60.00 per room per night for the Ensuite Double Rooms. Check Availability Now!
Ideally situated close to pubs, restaurants, takeaways, shops and the Post Office.
Close to all major motorways and public transport.
Many places to visit within 10 - 30 minutes drive (please see below and top left sidebar).
Local Attractions for Guests Staying at Corner Cottage
1) Stratford Upon Avon - 13 Miles - 20 mins
Birthplace of William Shakespeare plus four other related properties. All year round performances at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. River Avon boat trips. Very cosmopolitan. Tourist shops open late.
2) Warwick Castle - 20 miles - 30 mins
First mediaeval castle in England. Finest Madam Tussauds waxworks outside London. Extensive gardens. Open all Year.
3) Malvern Hills - 20 miles - 30 mins
Spectacular views of Severn Valley, Herefordshire, and distant Wales. Free spring walks available. Plenty of walking.
4) Cadbury Experience, Bournville - 15 miles - 20 mins
Very modern, extensive exhibition of the chocolate story - with free samples!!
5) Worcester City - Free Bus - running from opposite White Lion Pub (approx £4.50 return or free for senior citizens)
Magnificent Cathedral - World famous porcelain works (with tours) and museum - Civil War commander centre - excellent shopping.
6) North Cotswolds - starts approx 16 miles - 20 mins
Broadway, Chipping Camden, Snowshill-in-the-Hollow and Bourton-on-the-Water, with its model village and birdland, are all within easy reach. Many quaint attractions.
7) Ragley Hall, Alcester - 5 miles - 10 mins
Stately home of the 8th Marquess of Hertford. House tours. 27 acres of gardens with an impressive and extensive adventure wood for children of all ages.
8) Spetchley Gardens, near Pershore - 10 miles - 15 mins
Very quiet, restful and peaceful gardens. Many flowers and shrubs, with seats alongside the lake.
9) Vale of Evesham - 12 miles - 20 mins
Famous fruit and vegetable growing area, with stalls at the side of the road in the season, selling inexpensive fruit and veg. Famous abbey at Evesham. Market town.
10) Jinny Ring Craft Centre near Bromsgrove - 6 miles - 10 mins
Close to the outdoor Avoncroft Museum, this is a centre for many unique crafts manufactured by several entrepreneurs, and sold on the spot to the public. Lovely restaurant and garden.
11) Birmingham City Centre, Brindley Place - 16 miles - 20 mins
Plenty of top restaurants in Brindley Place next to canals. Theatres, museums and the Sea Life Centre. Mailbox for shopping and eating. New Bull Ring shopping centre.
12) Coughton Court - 3 miles - 5 mins
Coughton Court has been the home of the Throckmorton family since 1409. It hold a unique place in history with its close connections to the Gunpowder Plot of 1605. The house stands in some 25 acres of gardens and is well worth a visit.