Tudor Triumph: Karma Salford Hall

Karma Salford Hall – our hidden jewel in the heart of the Warwickshire countryside, has just been honoured with the prestigious Travel & Hospitality Historic Hotel of the Year – West Midlands award – huge congratulations to all of the team for such an outstanding achievement. 

Karma Salford Hall is of course steeped in history – dating all the way back to the 14th-century, the former manor once hosted the illustrious King Henry VIII himself and figures in many of the momentous periods of British history including the English Civil War of the 17th Century. 

Originally constructed as a Tudor manor house, Karma Salford Hall today exudes an old-world charm that seamlessly marries with the contemporary comforts that are a Karma signature. Guests can wander through the halls that once echoed with the footsteps of royalty, marvel at the intricate architecture, or relax amidst the serene beauty of the surrounding gardens.

For those seeking a taste of the past, Karma staff are on hand to help you delve into the property’s rich history, from its royal connections to its architectural evolution over the centuries. Each of the hotel’s 27 bedrooms is unique, while  Tempest Restaurant’s panelled interior is the perfect place to indulge in award-winning gourmet dishes. 

As Spring and Summer beckon, what better time to immerse yourself in the storied elegance of Karma Salford Hall – and of course the gorgeous Cotswold countryside that is right on the doorstep. From  romantic retreats to family adventures, award-winning Karma Salford Hall has you covered


    1. Thank you, Manoj! At Karma Group, we take pride in offering unique and innovative travel experiences to each individual. We’re here to make your journey truly unforgettable!

  1. And so well deserved. We are there at the moment . . everything is amazing. Thanks again Karma

    1. It’s always rewarding to hear such positive feedback. Thank you, Chris! Enjoy every moment of your stay there.

  2. We are also looking forward to our stay in early July. Looks wonderful and lots to explore in the region!

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