If travelling by car Karma Salford Hall’s address is Abbot’s Salford, Warwickshire, WR11 8UT.
The closest train station is Evesham, with direct links from London Paddington, taking less than 2 hours. From Evesham train station a taxi can be organised to Karma Salford Hall, taking approximately 10 minutes to reach the hotel.
If you require assistance in planning your journey please contact our Karma Concierge.
ON-SITE F&B OUTLETS
Sir Phillip Hobbie Restaurant
Karma Salford Hall’s Sir Phillip Hobbie restaurant is situated in a panelled hall featuring period paintings, chandeliers and plush carpets. Our talented chef team turn out exquisitely prepared English and European favourites as well as some international fare inspired by Karma’s global portfolio of resorts. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner alongside afternoon tea. Room service is also available and packed lunches can be prepared for day excursions.
Karma Salford Hall’s residential bar is set out in the manner of a classic English pub, complete with oakwood bar top and stools, comfy leather sofas, tables and chairs and of course a fireplace. As well as serving local ales on tap and in bottles, patrons can also enjoy an array of wines from the cellar as well as cocktails and classic mixer drinks.
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Explore our surrounds with relaxing activities and the best the Vale of Evesham has to offer
The Vineyard Inn is a family run country pub and restaurant, with a dog-friendly beer garden and a play area for children. Located within walking distance of Karma Salford Hall, enjoy a stroll in the English countryside before a well deserved pint!
Abbot’s Salford, Evesham WR11 8UT
+44 1386 870 217
At the heart of the Cotswolds lies the quaint, picture-postcard village of Broadway. Peacefully dwelling at the base of the Worcestershire hills in a region of England that is nationally recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Broadway is a beautiful and historic village ideal for those who love picturesque landscapes, excellent cuisine, and rich cultural heritage.
The image of Broadway today remains as it has done for centuries; a charismatic spectacle of rolling wolds, overlooking a gathering of ancient honey coloured limestone period buildings with orderly horse chestnut trees lining the grass-fringed verges of the historic ‘broad way’ High Street.
Highly regarded as a popular tourist destination in the UK Broadway attracts thousands of people every year from all over the globe. Due to its geographical accessibility, it also serves as the perfect starting point and gateway to explore the Cotswolds.
The Frog is situated on the river Avon between Stratford and Evesham, it has two traditional bars and dining room, serving real ales, fine wines in front of a cosy open fire in winter and with beautiful riverside views from both the dining room and beer garden in summer.
The menu is freshly made with ingredients locally sourced. We serve coffee, tea, cake, light bites through to traditional pub grub.
65 High St, Bidford-on-Avon,Alcester B50 4BG UK
+44 178 977 2369
Located in the historic and beautiful town of Broadway,the cafe serves wholesome, quality food from locally sourced, fresh seasonal and natural ingredients throughout the day. Join them for lunch, afternoon tea or simply a coffee and home-made cake. A full range of food and drink is available to go.
31 High Street, Broadway, Gloucestershire, WR12 7DP
The Malvern Hills, which divide the beautiful English countryside of Herefordshire and Worcestershire, are a great destination for walkers of all ages and abilities, whether you are interested in a gentle stroll along a tree-lined path or an energetic trek along the ridge of the Malvern Hills.The unspoiled Teme Valley offers a great range of walking in glorious countryside and the Severn valley has striking riverside walks with views of the Cotswolds beyond.
Set in the heart of Stratford Upon Avon, this restaurant was started thanks to a kickstarter campaign. The best spot to dine is in the rear of the two rooms looking into the small kitchen or, if you’re in a group, book the 10-seater private dining room on the first floor beside their cookery school. The team may sport a laid-back look but they know their stuff and each creative dish is served with a full explanation of its make up. When the weather’s right, arrive early for drinks in the small courtyard.
8 Church Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 6HB
01789 263 566
Dazzling shows and attractions, heaps of gruesome history and awesome birds of prey, all set within 64 acres of beautiful grounds and gardens make Warwick Castle a fun, action-packed day out for everyone. Open 364 days a year, Warwick Castle is ideally located in the heart of the country.
Price from £21 per person
Welford-on-Avon golf course is a pay & play family run hidden gem. Designed by Martin Hawtree in 2001 it’s a stunning 18 hole par 70 (6080 yard) parkland course, with numerous water features and stunning views. What it lacks in facilities it makes up for in affability, variation and value for money. The course also stands out because of the sheer contrast between two nines. The front nine utilises the undulating land and the greens are well manicured. The back nine is longer and flatter, but water features come into play, and the 18th hole features an approach not dissimilar to the 17th at Sawgrass. It is a “superb family run course” with “excellent fairways and greens and a great layout.”
From £18 per round at the weekend
The pretty market town has more than 800 years of history, containing not only many buildings that survive today and would have been familiar to Shakespeare, but also a thriving community offering a wide variety of leisure, accommodation and shopping experiences.
The small-group guided Cotswolds Day Tours operate departing from Stratford-upon-Avon, Moreton-in-Marsh and Chipping Campden (plus Leamington Spa on Sundays only), your friendly local driver/guide will show you around this beautiful, fascinating and historic part of England. The Cotswolds is the largest designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the UK, so it would be impossible to see it all in a day! They have carefully curated a tour that includes a mixture of larger towns, tiny villages, popular tourist spots, lesser-known off-the-beaten track locations, and viewpoints to appreciate the stunning Cotswolds countryside.
Price from £45 per adult and £35 per child
There’s nothing more irresistible and relaxing than cruising along the canal taking in the breathtaking views and enjoying the wildlife that unfolds in front of your eyes. Why not cruise the beautiful River Avon in one of our Day Hire Narrowboats Kingfisher and Swan. Head towards the picturesque Stratford upon Avon or cruise down stream and reach the historic town of Evesham. Narrow boat day hire is a perfect escape from daily hussle and bussle for all the family and groups of friends getting together and enjoying the countryside together.
From £130 on a weekday and £160 on a weekend
Offering far more than an ordinary cinema, audiences have the choice to watch films sat at candlelit tables on the ground floor or to snuggle up in the double loveseats, regular seats or one of our four Royal Boxes in the circle and enjoy refreshments from any of our bars, before, during and after the film… Films range from blockbusters to classics, family favourites to art house and independent. They have family films every weekend and extra family shows in the holidays, as well as parent and baby shows on Thursday mornings. On Tuesdays we host Silver Screen matinee shows and Big Breakfast screenings are the perfect start to the day. The Regal is a true community venue, and, in addition to films and live screenings from the Royal Opera House, they host a broad range of events live music and comedy, as well as other live performances.
From £18 per adult and £16 per child