Crown- Bed and Breakfast in Droitwich
The Crown in Wychbold occupies a convenient location just a minute from the M5 motorway and as a result, offers good links to Birmingham, Worcester and Droitwich. This traditional pub was rebuilt as a hotel in 1912 and offers hotel accommodation in the shape of 15 good sized rooms and the levels of comfort and service you would expect from a Marston’s Inn. Read more
Our homely accommodation and facilities make us a great choice for business or leisure guests who are visiting the Midlands, and at The Crown we pride ourselves on our hospitality and attention to our guests’ comfort. Our fantastic pub food menu offers a great choice of pub classics and a constantly changing selection of specials, with the all-day offer of two main meals for the price of one. Room prices include our fantastic free breakfast.
Our spacious inn offers pub food all day. The superb offer of two-for-one on our entire range of main courses and specials ensures you can afford to eat here every night without a worry. Read more
With a delicious food menu offering traditional pub classics, pasta, salads and vegetarian options as well as a constantly changing board of specials we challenge you to find something that doesn’t tempt your taste buds. Our excellent offer on main course meals means you can afford to treat yourself from the selection of starters and desserts. With the high standard that you expect from all Marston’s Inns you never have to compromise on quality to enjoy our great value pub food.
The West Midlands and Worcestershire areas offer a wealth of activities and a diversity of town and country for the visitor. From walking in the Malvern Hills to strolling the streets of the cathedral city of Worcester; watching the rugby of Worcester Warriors at the Sixways Stadium or taking a flutter on the horses at Worcester Racecourse; you can be sure to find an activity to suit your tastes. Read more
Wychbold is a beautiful and quaint traditional English village, very close to the historic town of Droitwich Spa, developed by the Romans who believed in the therapeutic healing powers of the salt in the water. It is an attractive town with half timbered buildings and medieval churches. Nearby, the Jimmy Ring craft centres sells locally produced unique items from local craft workers.
Manager: Trudy Martin
Telephone: 01527 861413