Diglis House Hotel offers 1st class accommodation in the most unique and commanding riverbank location in Worcester City. Our Worcester City centre hotel has 28 rooms offering comfort and individuality alongside the convenience of easy access to all Worcester City has to offer. We are just walking distance to shops, attractions and bars, Worcester’s famous history and heritage, arts and the renowned Worcester Cathedral, Worcester Racecourse and Worcestershire County Cricket Club. An illuminated towpath and nearby footbridge provides a circular walk or jog along Worcester’s riverside.
Our guests at Worcester’s Country House Hotel in the City can enjoy a full or junior suite, superior or standard room. Of the 28 bedrooms, 11 guest rooms are in the main house with another 17 rooms built in the grounds overlooking the River Severn. The rooms in the modern annex not only have fabulous views of the Malvern Hills and the River Severn, but are all individually designed.
All of our rates include individually-cooked full English breakfast, free parking and Wi-Fi. Diglis House Hotel is a privately owned and operated Grade II listed historic Worcester hotel built on the banks of the River Severn close to Worcester Cathedral. The original house pre-dates the 1600's. It was rebuilt and later extended during Georgian times and became the home of Edward Leader Williams, the chief engineer to the Severn Navigation Commission, and his family. His son Benjamin Williams Leader was born in the house and was a famous landscape artist and friend of John Constable. It was one of the first Worcester hotels registered as an Inn in the early 1900's and is now popular with locals as well as providing hospitality to corporate and overseas visitors.
You have a choice of standard or superior rooms, and we also have two junior suites and two suites. We have disabled access rooms and all rooms are en-suite with TV, hairdryer, telephone and coffee/tea making facilities.
All our rates include an individually cooked full English breakfast, free parking and free Wi-Fi. The Conservatory Restaurant is open daily for lunch from midday and offers our bar menu and the evening à la carte menu from 6pm.
All Diglis House Hotel residents are now able to use the hotel’s membership of PF2 Health Club in Diglis Basin just a short walk away. You can use all the fitness equipment and the members’ lounge free of charge on production of your white room card.
Rooms available from £78, please book direct on 01905 353518 for our best available rate.
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