Short Trip to the UK For Katy's 70th Birthday

Château Impney
Chateau Impney Hotel & Exhibition Centre is a Grade II listed 19th-century house built in the style of an elaborate French château near Droitwich Spa in Worcestershire, England. Of the large mansions in Worcestershire supported by industrial fortunes, Sir Nicolas Pevsner judged Impney to be "the showiest of them all in the county". Once a family home for local industrialist John Corbett, Chateau Impney has been a hotel since 1925. Chateau Impney has 106 bedrooms, including boutique-styled rooms in the main building, and houses the Impney Restaurant and Bar and the Grand Bar, which features an oak-carved Jacobean staircase that extends upwards throughout the building and views that incorporate the Malvern Hills.