The Bank House Hotel is a 3 star hotel, Golf and Country Club in Bransford near Worcester. The Bank House Hotel is housed in a Grade II listed hotel dating back to around the year of 1630 and surrounded by 123 acres of Worcestershire countryside which includes its own 18 hole golf course - The Bransford Golf Club.
The Bank House Hotel boasts panoramic views over the Malvern Hills, is only 3 miles from Worcester town centre and features a wonderful leisure club complete with sauna.
Local tourist attractions include Worcester Cathedral, Malvern Hills, Cheltenham Race Course and The Elgar Birthplace Museum.
Bedrooms & Suites
Stay overnight and make the most of the fabulous 18 hole golf course - at the Bank House Hotel near Worcester we offer a range of tastefully decorated accommodation, including 34 double rooms, 16 twin, 5 suites, 2 family rooms and 11 Executive.
All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities, trouser press, television, radio, hair dryer, 24 hour room service iron ironing board and en suite bathroom.
Dine in style at Farthings Restaurant, Bank House Hotel's in-house restaurant and admire the panoramic views over the hotel grounds and the Malvern Hills. One of the best places to dine in the area, at Farthings Restaurant we serve a traditional menu with a modern twist produced using only the freshest of English ingredients. Classic dishes and first class service ensure your experience in the Farthings restaurant will be a memorable one.
Compliment your meal with a fine wine from our extensive selection, and for a more informal lunch or snack the bar and lounge are ideal.
Conference Venue near Worcester
The Bank House Hotel Golf & Country Club in Worcester makes an ideal conference venue, with six versatile conference rooms, a picturesque and tranquil location and of course the superb Bransford Golf Course - a great way to entertain clients.
The largest suite, the Rothschild's Suite can accommodate 400 people in a Theatre layout or 70 as a boardroom or U-shape layout.
Conference rooms at The Bank House Hotel Golf & Country Club are suitable for conferences, weddings, training seminars, board meetings, receptions, Christmas parties or private dinners.
If you fancy a break from golf but still want some exercise, the health suite at The Bank House Hotel in Worcester includes a fully equipped gym with Rowing machine, treadmills, exercise bikes, weights and a vertical sun bed to name a few. Why not relax after a hard days golf in the sauna.
Bransford Golf Club
Bransford Golf Club has spectacular 18 holes, a practice ground, driving range, professional tuition superb clubhouse and a professional golf shop - Bransford Golf Club has it all.
Set against a beautiful backdrop of the Malvern Hills, the par 72, 18 hole golf course features 14 lakes, rolling countryside and glorious to create an unforgettable golfing experience.
The 6172 yards golf course is truly challenging for the expert and exhilarating for the novice and is the closest thing to the famous Sawgrass in the United Kingdom.
Worcester is the county town of Worcestershire and is built on the banks of the River Severn which runs through the middle of the city. Worcester is located in the West Midlands and was site of the final battle of the Civil War, Worcester where Oliver Cromwell's New Model Army defeated King Charles I's Cavaliers.
With a magnificent 11th century cathedral at its heart, Worcester Cathedral, Worcester has been described as one of England's finest 'Shire' towns, with a vibrant mix of the old and new and much to see and do. The city of Worcester has many attractions including the world famous Royal Worcester Porcelain Visitor Centre, The Commandery, Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum, Witley Court & Gardens and CrownGate Shopping Centre. The famous Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce is still made in Worcester today using its original secret recipe!
The Bank House Hotel is just 3 miles from Worcester town centre. This means that the local tourist attractions such as Worcester Cathedral, Cheltenham Race Course and the Elgar Birthplace Museum are all easily accessible.
The famous Cheltenham Racecourse at Prestbury Park on the outskirts of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, is the Home of National Hunt racing and for all enthusiasts, this is earmarked as the number one race meeting of the year. With a capacity of 67,500 spectators, Cheltenham Racecourse has room for all to enjoy the regular races here such as the four-day Cheltenham Festival, held in March of each year and featuring the Cheltenham Gold Cup. Only a short distance form the Bank House Hotel, Cheltenham Racecourse is a great day out with all your family and friends.
Elgar Birthplace Museum
Sir Edward Elgar was one of England's greatest composers known for his works such as the Cello Concerto and delightful miniatures like Salut d'Amour. Born on 2 June 1857 at Broadheath, near Worcester, visitors are now welcome at the Birthplace Museum, set up by Elgar's daughter Carice after his death in 1934. The year 2000 saw the new Elgar Centre added to the Museum that displays even more treasures from this wonderful collection.
Today visitors from all over the world come to enjoy a fascinating insight into Elgar's life, music, family and friends, musical development and inspirations. Inside the Cottage, visit Elgar's study where his gramophone lies and his desk untouched. See Victorian and Edwardian family photographs and mementoes, his books, cycling maps, golf clubs and microscope, and discover his many other hobbies. In the Elgar Centre see many manuscripts, music scores, letters, concert programmes, photographs and personal possessions illustrating Elgar's musical life and his many awards and honours, and historic film from his final years.