- 15 guest reviews
"We were really impressed when we arrived the Bowling green is so perfectly English, it looks like a stage set from a period country play, in..."
"A lovely ancient building that has been successfully and tastefully refurbished to suit modern needs. Public areas are spacious but cosy wit..."
"We stopped here for a night to break a long journey and found it to be perfect. Inn has a lovely atmosphere and room was clean, spacious and..."
"We stayed here for 3 nights in August. the inn is old world and many original features. we were given a room in the barn conversion around t..."
"Great hotel, quiet location, lovely !..."
About the hotel
The Bowling Green is a beautiful grade 2 listed Elizabethan inn set amidst the rolling green fields of Worcestershire, just 40 minutes from Birmingham. Less than 6 miles away is Worcester, a bustling city steeped in history, where Oliver Cromwell’s army fought the last battle of the Civil War. Delicious home cooked food, real ales and a variety of wines and spirits are served in the warm, welcoming pub, which boasts original features including wood panelling, exposed beams and two open fireplaces.
Outside, a garden provides plenty of seating for sunny days and there is also a Clay Pigeon Shooting area, and features one of the oldest crown bowling greens in the country. Each of the large, comfortable bedrooms is en suite with flat screen TVs, bottled water and tea and fresh coffee making facilities. Under new ownership and looking forward to welcoming you to our newly refurbished business.
- Wedding Licence
- Parking (charges may apply)
- Car parking available onsite
- Meeting Facilities , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- Restaurant , Bar
- Hotel services
- Wake Up Call Available
- Family friendly
- Children's Facilities - Indoor
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
- 06/04/2014 to 02/04/2023 - The Hadley Bowling Green will take the first nights payment as a deposit, which is refundable, as long as kept in the cancelation policy. Whether you are staying one night or more. The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
We were really impressed when we arrived the Bowling green is so perfectly English, it looks like a stage set from a period country play, inside didn't disappoint either.
Our room was spacious and very clean. The bed was a zip link so there was plenty of room there as well, it could do with a topper though it was a bit like sleeping on marbles, we felt every spring. We would opt for a different room as ours was on top of the kitchen and I could hear the extractor going, not a problem in the winter but noisy with the window open.
Excellent room, fantastic value
A lovely ancient building that has been successfully and tastefully refurbished to suit modern needs.
Public areas are spacious but cosy with board games, open fires and wood burning stoves. Dogs are welcome too. Staff are friendly and service is efficient. Our room, a standard double, where we spent one night, was a good size with plenty of storage , top quality bedlinen and even a coffee maker and fresh coffee. Very clean throughout with quality towels in the well equipped bathroom and some nice toiletries. Water was not very hot. The room was quiet and I would highly recommend. It's the sort of room I have paid much more money for. Food seemed less good, however. Information in the room stated that the kitchen was open from noon til 9pm on Saturdays but it was closed when we arrived,ready to eat, at 3pm so we went hungry until after 6pm. We were in a hurry and service was quick but the light meal of fish goujons was of mixed quality. Fish was moist , chips crisp but the batter was undercooked and soggy. Breakfast in the lovely dining room offered a wide range and the coffee was excellent. Sunday lunch was the standard fare- again lovely service. The beef was enjoyed but the very plentiful half chicken was rather dry. More gravy and vegetables needed and perhaps stuffing. Great to see gluten free options are available. My comments about dry food and cool water were politely acknowledged but no action was taken or recompense offered. There are some lovely walks and running opportunities along lanes, footpaths and a canal in the immediate area and it's not far to Worcester.