Originally Built In
Associated Family Names
Tudor, Stanford, Alderford, Hobby, Eyston
Number of Rooms
Type of Architecture
Couples, Weddings, Family Gatherings, Countryside Escape
Karma Salford Hall is a 700-year-old Grade 1 listed hotel situated in the Vale of Evesham, outside the picturesque English Cotswolds. A former residence of King Henry VIII, Karma Salford Hall has managed to retain its authentic Tudor charm whilst offering contemporary comforts with a traditional touch. The 14th-century countryside retreat boasts 32 charming bedrooms, a restaurant, bar, library, games room, and is perfectly situated in the heart of Shakespeare Country.
Karma Salford Hall was originally built in the 14th century as a guest house for the monks of Evesham Abbey, and previous residents have included monks from the Benedictine Order. The property was later used as a rural refuge for the infamous King Henry VIII after he seized Evesham Abbey and all its land, which included Salford Hall. He went on to sell it to his friend trusted Sir Philip Hobby in 1538. It was the first time Salford Hall passed from monastic hands to secular hands, but the properties’ Catholic link would remain strong for centuries to come.
The picturesque grounds and gardens make a wonderful backdrop for wedding photography and are ever-changing throughout the seasons. With 32 bedrooms, a fine dining restaurant, bar, treatment room, games room, private events space, marquee and impressive period features throughout, it is an idyllic venue to host a quintessential country house wedding.
A games room offers guests the chance to enjoy a 19th century snooker table, and can be hired as a meeting or event space.
Karma Salford Hall caters to private functions such as birthdays, anniversaries, baby showers, and wakes, and corporate events that can accommodate up to 100 guests.
Karma Spa invites guests to experience both traditional and 21st-century Asian-infused therapies. Relax during a Sea Salt Detox ritual, or be soothed with a Himalayan Oil & Warm Stone massage, followed by a luxurious ‘healing hands’ manicure. Depart… transformed!
Karma Salford Hall
Abbot’s Salford WR11 8UT