Boutique, family-run country inn set in the beautiful Teme Valley countryside
The Baiting House is a family-run hotel where you'll find the friendliest of welcomes, 6 cosy bedrooms, and a restaurant serving fresh local produce. Nestled in beautiful countryside on the Herefordshire / Worcestershire border, this historic property is a great place to relax and unwind or use as a base for exploring the surrounding area.
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From £58.30 pppn for a 5 night stay, to £87.50 pppn for a 1 night stay
Stay in a Deluxe King room and receive:
- A glass of Champagne each on arrival
- 3 course a la carte dinner for two on one evening (full choice from the a la carte menu with no supplements)
- A £30 wine credit each evening towards your favourite bottle of wine
- Full breakfast for two daily
- Please note that dining is not available on Monday evenings
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- Newly refurbished bedrooms
- Locally sourced produce
- Wide selection of local ales, ciders & an extensive gin menu
- Plenty of local walks
- Large terrace area & garden beyond
- Dogs, children and muddy boots welcome!
- You may struggle to get a phone signal in most of the property. Make the most of the peace and quiet! There is complimentary WiFi throughout
- The restaurant is closed on and Monday evenings
How to find The Baiting House
The Baiting House
Good to know
Hotel check-in time:
Hotel check-out time:
7.30am – 9.30am
Tuesday – Friday - 12.00-2.30 pm
Saturday - Noon – 3.00pm
Sunday - Noon – 3.30pm
Tuesday – Pub classics only - 6.00pm – 9.00pm
Wednesday – Saturday - 6.30pm – 9.00pm
Monday Evening – Closed
Complimentary parking is available at The Baiting House for guests and visitors.
Travel Cots and highchairs can be provided on request and a children's menu is available. We kindly request that children are not in the bar after 9.00pm. Additional supplements may apply.
The West Midland Safari Park or the Severn Valley Steam Railway within 15 minutes' drive.
History of the hotel
The focal point of village life for well over a century, the Baiting House was traditionally where drovers and waggoners climbing the hill with their horses would stop for “bait" (the local word for food, or a small snack). The earliest census records go back to 1840, when a wheelwright called Peregrine Perkins occupied the property and had a useful sideline as a beer maker.
Having fallen into disrepair at the beginning of the current decade, the Baiting House closed completely early in 2015, but has been totally refurbished and re-born since being bought by local couple Andrew and Kate in September 2015.
Well behaved dogs are welcome in some hotel rooms and in the public areas of the Baiting House. There is an additional charge of £15 per night for overnight doggie guests. A complimentary water bowl and dog biscuits are available in the bar.
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