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.
A really nice hot bath and warm room was very very welcoming especially in such a cold snap
Not really, had to find breakfast in the morning, as it was such a large area it was a bit unclear where it was but within a couple of mins there was a member of staff to help.
We only stayed for one night but the settee in the room was a fantasic idea
Fantstic rooms and freindly staff.
Restricted WiFi and poor mibile signal.
Nice size room. Comfy bed.
No heating over night. Came on as we were leaving.
The cleanliness of the room and the friendliness of the staff.
I stay here quite often but this is the first time I have been in a room at the front of the hotel-I found the traffic noise from the nearby main road a bit too much.
Cheap, clean, friendly; provided all that was promised.
Decoration was old and poor. Also, would have liked a bath.
Nice period hotel, nicer than the uber modern minimalistic hotels! Very good value for money
Noisy plumbing in room!
Nice big bed.
food was first class in restaurant, room clean and tidy though not modern
good food selection (Pub Chain)
Overlooked busy main road - traffic noise