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Kinver B&B

Flornorvan our Kinver B&B, offers high-quality bed and breakfast accommodation in the village of Kinver, Staffordshire, around 12 minutes’ drive from Stourbridge. This family-run bungalow B&B is set in pretty gardens and has luxuriously appointed rooms for adults only.

The individually designed rooms at Flornorvan have impressive en suite shower facilities, with bathrobes, hairdryers and complementary toiletries. There is free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV  and each room enjoys picturesque garden views.

There are tea and coffee facilities in the rooms, with cookies and hot chocolate too. In addition to cereals, porridge and vegetarian options, there’s a full English breakfast on offer each morning, with locally produced bacon and sausages, and eggs from local farms.

On the borders of the West Midlands, Shropshire and Staffordshire, Kinver is within easy reach of several historic National Trust properties and gardens, including Knowles Mill, Rosedene and Wightwick Manor within 10 miles. The village also has Italian, Indian and British restaurants a 5-minute walk away.



Beautifully Appointed Rooms

The Butler Room

The comfortable, tastefully decorated Butler room with luxury en-suite shower room, has views of the rear  garden and patio areas, allowing you to experience some peace and tranquillity whilst staying with us whether for pleasure or on business.

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The Porter Room

This elegant, spacious and well appointed ensuite guest room, overlooking the front gardens, offers a restful & relaxing space in which to enjoy your time with us,whether you are staying here on business or simply a break away,

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Fresh & Local Foods

We have excellent butchers in the village making their own sausages and locally sourced bacon and we purchase all our eggs, bread etc. from local village stores.

You can be sure that the most important meal of the day will be wholesome and delicious!

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Flornorvan News

The Senior Staffy Club

We had lovely guests stay with us this week who are walking the Staffordshire & Worcestershire canal and River Severn towpaths from Great Haywood...