Set in a landscape sculpted by Capability Brown, the Grade II listed Himley House is a splendid Georgian hotel, the former lodge house for the 18th century Staffordshire mansion of Himley Hall, once home to the Lords of Dudley. With extensive landscaped grounds bordering a lake, and attractive interior features including a spiral staircase and four-poster bedrooms, The Himley House is the perfect hotel for a relaxing break or special occasion.
Himley is a small rural village with some local amenities, historic Dudley and Stourbridge are less than 5 miles away and bustling Wolverhampton is a 15 minute drive. The beautiful Severn Valley and its Heritage Railway, Dudley Zoo & Castle and the Black Country Living Museum are all within easy reach. Himley Park, just next door to the Hotel, is the perfect place to stroll in the 180 acres of public grounds, landscaped by Lancelot Capability Brown in the 18th century. The Park includes the Great Pool, waterfalls and an ice house.
The hotel is located on the A449 midway between Wolverhampton and Stourbridge at the intersection with the B4176 Himley Road.
It is easily accessible from the M5 junction 4 on to the A491 and then A449 and from the M6 junction 13 on to the A449 through Wolverhampton.
The nearest train stations are Stourbridge and Wolverhampton.
The hotel is also situated on a regular bus route from both Wolverhampton and Stourbridge.
You can check in from 13:00. You need to check out by 12:00.