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Brockencote Hall Country House Hotel


The Rosette award for this establishment has been suspended due to a change of chef. Reassessment will take place in due course under the new chef. With the Malvern and Cotswold hills within striking distance, Brockencote lacks for nothing in terms of location, and the house itself - a Victorian country manor and then some - reposes in 70 acres of luxuriant parkland, including an expansive lake. The sweeping pastoral views are best appreciated from either a seat in the Colonial lounge-bar or a table in the Chaddesley dining room, or preferably one after the other. In these lavish settings, Adam Brown's cooking steps up to the mark, with a precise and skilful interpretation of modern thinking in dishes that balance a certain robustness with unusual and unexpected flavours. An opener of dressed Cornish crab offers a tian of white meat with kombu seaweed jelly and preserved grapes dressed in verjus. That might be the prelude to braised blade of beef resting on kale-laced creamy truffled mash with roasted roots in a rich cep jus. The seven-course tasting menu takes off into the culinary stratosphere, soaring from scallop, kohlrabi and smoked ox tongue to Brillat-Savarin bonbon with wild strawberry sorbet, ending with superb English and French artisanal cheeses. Otherwise, chocolate aficionados need look no further than Manjari ganache with praline cream and an ice cream of goats' milk.

Further information

Tel: 01562 777876
Please quote 'The AA'.
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Open all year.
Sunday lunch available.

Restaurant information

Cooking type: Modern British
Number of seats: 40
Accessible for wheelchairs.
Disabled toilets.
Vegetarian meals available.
Children welcome.
Children's portions.
Parking available.


Restaurant price guide

2 Course lunch from: £23.50
3 Course lunch from: £32.50
2 Course dinner from: £34.00
3 Course dinner from: £45.00
Sunday lunch: £32.50
Prices are for guidance only. Please check when booking for current rates.



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A38 to Bromsgrove, off A448 towards Kidderminster
Nearest station: Kidderminster

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