Callow End Manor
Dating back to the early 16th century, this manor, which was a former monastery, lives on through the original architecture – from the dramatic stone cloisters to the gothic stained-glass windows – boasts 55 beautifully appointed bedrooms enabling guests to experience a unique taste of what life in an abbey was once like.
Built by the renowned architect Augustus Pugin, one of the highlights of this Grade II listed country house hotel is the beautiful Callow Great Hall. The former chapel and place of worship located in the heart of the manor offers a stunning backdrop for weddings and private parties.
Set in 26 acres of extensive gardens,The Callow End Manor is one of Worcestershire’s best-kept secrets and the perfect retreat whether you are looking for a romantic break or somewhere unique to hold a special event or a business meeting.
- The sheer opulence of the property
- Enjoying delicious cocktails on the garden
- The various activities available on site