|The Laurels Stourbridge The Laurels, Broadoak, Six Ashes, Stourbridge, West Midlands, WV15 6EQ|
"The Laurels Bed & Breakfast accommodation is located in a delightful Victorian house with a homely atmosphere, set in large gardens and conveniently situated between Kidderminster, Stourbridge, Hagley and Bridgnorth"
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- A delightful Victorian house with a homely atmosphere -
|Broadoak, Six Ashes, Stourbridge, West Midlands, WV15 6EQ|
Telephone: 01384 221546
Enjoy England 4 Stars
AA 4 Yellow Stars
only the top 10% of properties
are awarded this accolade.
The Laurels Bed & Breakfast accommodation is located in a delightful Victorian house with a homely atmosphere, set in large gardens and conveniently situated between Kidderminster, Stourbridge, Hagley and Bridgnorth. We have recently been awarded a prestigious AA Four Stars rating for quality and guest care. We offer a heated indoor swimming pool, all rooms are equipped with tea and coffee making facilities a TV and hairdryer. En-suite rooms are available, and there is ample private parking, all this set in beautiful gardens and at reasonable rates. Probably the best value Bed and Breakfast you will find.
All rooms have recently been re-decorated and are furnished to a high standard, to ensure comfort during your stay. A full range of facilities are available including TV and hairdryer in each room. Tea & Coffee making facilities and special diets can be catered for on request.
All residents are free to use the indoor heated swimming pool, advance notification would be helpful at times.
The Laurels is set in large well maintained gardens overflowing with flowers during the summer months, a tribute to the many hours spent by the devoted gardener. Residents are invited to take advantage of the gardens and the large decked patio area. An ideal way to relax at the end of a long day.
Place of Local Interest
Six Ashes is located close to the borders of Shropshire, Staffordshire and Worcestershire. It is within easy travelling distance of the M5, M6 and M42. This makes it an ideal location whether you are looking for accommodation for work or just wishing to find a base from which to explore the local countryside.During your stay, why not visit the world famous Ironbridge, the birth place of the Industrial revolution.Or you could spend time at the Black Country Museum, 26 acres of Heritage park including historic buildings from all around the Black Country.
For centuries glass has been manufactured in the Stourbridge area. The rich natural resources of coal and fireclay for lining furnaces made it the perfect location for the industry. Stourbridge Glass is recognised as amongst the finest in the world and has been used countless times as gifts for royalty and visiting dignitaries
Discover the story of glassmaking as you follow the cool of the final blown glass to the heat of 1250 degrees C, at the recently restored Redhouse Cone, the only complete cone left standing in the world.
For more information visit www.thelaurelsbandb.co.uk