Pawsquad Vet Line Access
One dog welcome
Book the Barking Mad break at Brockencote Hall for the ultimate escape for you and your canine companion!
Included in this offer:
- One night stay in a dog-friendly Superior room
- Two-course bar menu dinner for two (£25.00 allowance per person)
- Bottle of house wine
- Dog bed available and treats for your pooch at reception
- Breakfast in the morning
- Access to our 24/7 emergency vet line Pawsquad
£204 per room (based on 2 people sharing and 1 dog)
Valid for stays Sunday-Thursday 1st August-31st October 2019
Peace of mind when you travel
If your dog is sick when you’re on your PetsPyjamas holiday, then enjoy the peace of mind that a qualified vet is on hand to help. You can connect instantly to our fully qualified vets through the Pawsquad app via video or you can upload images when using the 'text chat' service
*Offer subject to availability, terms and conditions apply
This perfect package gives you everything you'll need to enjoy a relaxing retreat with your pooch at the Brockencote Hall Hotel!
Included in this Offer:
- Overnight stay in a dog-friendly room
- Two-course dinner
- Bottle of champagne
- Special doggie dinner/gift
- Dogs stay FREE
- Save 35%
Subject to availability and exclusions, T&Cs apply.
* Offer available Sunday - Friday 17th November - 19th December. Offer not valid 26th November, 2nd, 4th, 5th, 10th & 13th December.
Located in the picturesque village of Chaddesley Corbett, dog-friendly Brockencote Hall is an award-winning hotel housed in a refurbished Victorian manor house. Set in 70 acres of parkland, complete with a scenic lake it’s the perfect place for you and your four-legged friends to enjoy a stroll around the grounds and the perfect base for exploring the stunning Worcestershire countryside. In 1880 Mr. Willis, a well-respected businessman and Mayor of the borough, purchased the Brockencote estate and rebuilt the Hall on the site of an ancient house. Despite alterations and additions, Brockencote Hall is still easily recognizable as a gracious Victorian home. The original building had turrets, but due to a fire in the 1940’s they had to be removed. The Butler family remodeled Brockencote to look more like a French chateau taken as inspiration from their travels across Europe. There has been a house on Brockencote’s extensive parkland for over a thousand years, and the site boasts several mysteries. In fact, the surrounding area is probably the most intriguing archaeological site in the locality. Local historians believe that Chaddesley’s missing manor house, abandoned in 1578 was located here on our estate along with a watermill which has also never been found.
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