Midlands: One Night Stay For Two With Breakfast (£49) or With Access to West Midlands Safari Park (£74) at The Pear Tree Inn and Country Hotel (Up to 62% Off)
- Fine Country Hotel with 20 acres of landscaped gardens and a lake
- One mile from M5 Junction 6
- One night stay for two with breakfast
- Optional admission to the West Midlands Safari Park for two
- Add extra night for £39 (room only)
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 1 per stay. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required via firstname.lastname@example.org. Enquiries before purchase please email:
and allow up to three days for response. 48 hour cancellation policy. Check-in from 3pm, check-out 11am. Upgrade to three course meal with bottle of Chateau Chaumet for £40. Upgrade to additional night, room only from £39. Family room upgrade available for up to two children, £20 per child per night including entry to West Midlands Safari Park. Availble for £10 per child per night without entry to West Midlands Safari Park. Upgrades and surcharges to be paid in full on check-out. No pets. Valid on option purchased only. Original value verified 6 June 2012 at 11.38am.
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Set in the county that is said to have inspired J. R. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis, the Pear Tree Inn & Country Hotel is well placed for explorations of the woods and hills of an old English landscape. Escape to the shire with today's Groupon from The Pear Tree Inn and Country Hotel. Choose from the following options:• £49 for a one night stay for two (62% Off)
In standard double room with breakfast
• £74 for a one night stay for two plus passes to West Midlands Safari Park (54% Off)
In standard double room with breakfast and admission to the West Midlands Safari Park
Surrounded by 20 aces of landscaped gardens, lawns, and lakes, this Hotel warms guests with country decor and an open log fire. The bar and restaurant serve an a la carte menu using fresh and locally sourced ingredients where possible, while the bar stocks an ample list of beers and wines. Matching a timber framed inn to a more modern complex, the hotel has kept aspects of a traditional feel alongside more contemporary comforts.
Those with tickets to the safari park can spot the lions, tigers, zebras, and sea lions on site, as well as having a peek at the new penguin cove. For summer walks in dappled glades head to Eastnor Castle's arboretum, 22 miles south near Ledbury, where the conifers thin and views stretch out over the deer park and the Malvern Hills. Closer to home, Grade I listed The Commandery offers a history running back to the 12th century, with examples of architectural styles from the medieval to the Victorian.
• Standard double room for two with en suite bathroom, some with garden views
• Admission to the West Midlands Safari Park with second option
• Breakfast for two
Train: Worcester Foregate Street and Worcester Shrub Hill are roughly 12 miles from the hotel, with regular services connecting to the national network.
Road: Exit the M5 at junction six, taking the A4538 north and turning immediately right onto Offerton Lane. The hotel is about a mile along the road, on the left.
84% of LateRoomers recommend the Pear Tree Inn while TripAdvisors rate their visit a nicely maintained 4/5. Reviewers mostly commend the service, comfortable rooms and delicious food. Some felt the hotel to be fairly small.
Good sized room and big bathroom. Excellent food, good service, clean. A well run establishment.
– TenerifianBuryLancs, TripAdvisor, May 2012
A great hotel in the country
– stewartballantine, TripAdvisor, May 2012