The Peacock Inn is the kind of place you dream of stumbling across but rarely do. This 14th century former coaching inn near the small ancient town of Tenbury Wells has been lovingly restored by Chef/Patron Jean Bourdeau.

Inside, you’ll find duck-your-head beams, a characterful bar and all manner of intriguing nooks and crannies. All complemented by discreet 21st century comforts such as a global wine list, private dining areas and luxury en-suite bedrooms.

Jean, the chef and owner, was born in France but has lived in England for a couple of decades (hence his passion for Single Malts as well as fine wines!)

His process in the kitchen is impressive – and not just limited to Tenbury, he has even helped develop a range of cake mixes that are currently being sold in top end stores including Selfridges.

Since taking over The Peacock, he has earned a reputation for serving superb quality food at sensible prices. Buzzing yet relaxing, friendly and informal, The Peacock is just what you’ve been looking for. So why not programme the sat nav and come and see for yourself?