The Feathers Hotel
The Feathers offers great food and luxury accommodation. A resting place for travellers since 1564, it is an ideal base from which to explore the region.
The food is delicious and beautifully prepared by head chef Suzie Isaacs and her team, and the menus reflect the wealth of fresh produce available in Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire. Customers can choose where to eat – either Fuggles Brasserie or Quills Restaurant. Fuggles Brasserie – named after the native English hop used to flavour traditional real ales – is full of character, featuring – fittingly – a ceiling festooned with hops. Quills Restaurant is perfect for the more intimate occasion or as a venue for a special event.
The varied and seasonal menus ensure there is something delicious for everyone to enjoy and where possible the produce is sourced from local suppliers such as award-winning family butcher DT Waller & Sons and fruit and vegetable supplier Pershore Produce.
The staff are friendly and happy to go the extra mile for guests and they can all be justifiably proud of the AA rosettes that the restaurant has been consistently awarded for the last 10 years.
The hotel has 22 individually designed en-suite bedrooms and guests can relax using the heated swimming pool, jacuzzi, steam room and small gym.
By Ian Cooke, Herefordshire & Worcestershire editor