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LFH - The Elms

Stockton Road, Abberley, Worcester, WR6 6AT

((()* British
Average
Main course: £21
Food spend: £39

Fabulous food

Julie Scott 27 March 2017
from Walsall

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The Elms is a magnificent 18th century manor house located in the sprawling Worcester countryside. This family-friendly retreat offers a sumptuous breakfast on the terrace while lighter meals can be enjoyed in the patio. For a fine dining experience head to the Brookes Restaurant.

LFH - The Elms

Stockton Road, Abberley, Worcester, WR6 6AT

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Customer reviews for LFH - The Elms

3.6 ((()* (based on 7 reviews)
85% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • afternoon tea (6)
  • child friendly (4)
  • dinner (4)
  • luxury (4)
  • breakfast (3)
  • large parties (3)
  • lunch (3)
  • private dining (3)
  • value (3)
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  • business (2)
  • romantic (2)
  • trendy (1)
  • (((** 20 April 2017 by Andy Rogers from Salisbury

    The hotel is beautiful and the food was lovely.
    The staff are enthusiastic but have no idea what they are doing! This is a place desperately in need of an experienced maitre d'.
    Some attentive staff on reception and the bar would add to the overall experience.

  • ((((( 27 March 2017 by Julie Scott from Walsall

    Fabulous food

  • ((((( 12 February 2017 by Justine Tombs from Worcester

    Had a very enjoyable cream tea for my mothers 86th birthday, with my closest family attending , we all really enjoyed it very much , the food was tasty and the attention from staff was commended . We are already planning a second visit , thank you very much xx

  • ((((( 4 February 2017 by Bianca Burfitt-Delord from Worcester

    The food was exeptional, service on point. We loved being seated in the bar until our first course was ready too. Real fires, warm and friendly staff and even though it was very family friendly - we loved the intamacy we still had in what seemed to be a seperate adult dining room - it was just perfect size, not over crowded in the slightest. We loved every second and will certainly return - perhaps for a stay with our daughter!

  • (**** 23 January 2017 by Hayley Miles from Oldbury

    My sister and I took my mom for afternoon tea for her birthday. It was wonderful! We turned up early after our manicures at the spa and were accommodated straight away. Staff were very friendly and helpful, the tea, cakes and sandwiches were delicious and they even included some birthday treats for my mom! Quality service, would definitely recommend!

  • ((((( 18 December 2016 by Ann Waldron from Kidderminster

    The elms is an expressive building and the interior is superb. There is a big fire crackling in the grate surrounded by large settees and comfy chairs. There are several reception rooms equally lovely. The overall ambience is top quality. The restaurant is a large room with tables situated far enough away from each other as not to be crowded. I did not have a favourite dish- they were all exquisite . The staff were friendly and efficient .

  • (**** 25 October 2016 by Julie Tunks from Tenbury Wells

    Extremely disappointing. Waited more than 12 months to get a table here as they don't always accept bookings from non-residents but we won't be going back unfortunately. The atmosphere in the restaurant was completely different. It's lost its cosy, intimate feeling. The staff, although friendly, lacked knowledge about the place and the food etc. Most of the staff also looked like they needed tidying up a bit, especially the lady who seemed to be the restaurant manager. She had no idea how to speak to guests either. We weren't offered water at the table, nor bread. The food was very bland, and not cooked particularly well. My starter of butternut and ricotta, was almost inedible, the butternut was almost raw. We had finished 3 courses in an hour which isn't a very relaxing evening. The gin and tonic apero was good, and the barman very pleasant. The bottle of wine was good too ! A very expensive night for not good food. What a shame.

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