Holland House has kept many of the building's original Victorian features, and offers ensuite guest rooms throughout with:Secure wifi internet access - each room has its own dedicated service
Holland House is an accredited 3 star property with Visit Britain, and a member of the Worcester Tourism Association.
The Hereford Room:
Hereford is a double room, with a double-width shower cubicle. This quiet, cosy room faces the back, warmed by the afternoon sun.
The Gloucester Room: Gloucester is a large twin room with two single beds, and a double-width shower. The room is at the front of the property, overlooking the road.
The Worcester Room: Worcester offers a king size double bed, a bath with shower/mixer tap and an electric shower. This quiet room is at the rear of the house.
The Breakfast Room: Our breakfast room is located at the front of the Holland House, including a bay window that looks out on a stand of trees, giving our terrace its name: ""Woodland View"". Our ""enjoyEngland"" award winning breakfasts range from Continental style to Full English; if you have any special dietary needs, please let us know in advance. We bake our own bread and buy our meat and eggs from local suppliers whenever we can.
Reservations: You can reserve a room on the phone or online using our secure online booking system - see our website link at left. If you want to stay for a longer period, we offer a sliding scale of discounts and single occupancy rates. Check our website for our current rates.
Worcester City and surrounding area: Worcester is an ancient city that dates back to Roman times - there's lots to see in the city and surrounding areas. The Cathedral houses King John's tomb, and the Cathedral Library has one of the largest collections of early chant music in the country.
The Worcester Porcelain Museum is by the Cathedral and the new Hive (the first combined public and university library and archive facility) is in the city centre.
Worcester is also a great place for shopping and eating where you can find most cuisines in Friar Street and the surrounding area.
There are also two preserved steam railways within thirty minutes' drive. The Severn Valley Railway follows the River Severn from Kidderminster to Bridgnorth, and the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway runs between Cheltenham Racecourse and Toddington.
The Malvern Hills are also on our doorstep, with lots of walking and hiking opportunities.
A little further away, you'll find Birmingham, the Black Country Living Museum, and Cadbury World for those with a sweet tooth.
If your travels bring you to central England, come stay with us at the friendly Holland House."