Things To Do in Worcestershire
There are so many things to do in Worcester and across Worcestershire; it has so much to offer visitors with a variety of great Worcestershire attractions and places to visit. You can opt to relax and enjoy the Arts & Culture at a variety of festivals and events, theatres, galleries and dedicated craft centres and learn about how Worcestershire has inspired so many; go wild and have some Family Fun; escape to The Great Outdoors and enjoy a huge amount of activities on offer; pamper yourself with a Shopping spree; explore the Heritage & Gardens which make the county unique or simply wind down with you favourite Sport and along the way sample some fantastic local food and drink produce in one of the many Pubs, Restaurants or Cafes throughout the county.
Don't be at a loss for what to do in Worcester or indeed Worcestershire, let us inspire you for great days out in Worcestershire and make your break perfect!
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Self-catering with 1 unit, £700-£1000 pupn sleeps 10, Worcester
Stanbrook Abbey is an iconic former monastery nestled in 21 acres of Worcestershire countryside which has now been converted to a luxury wedding and conference venue.
Hotel with 52 rooms, Worcester
AVAILABLE FROM MAY 2015 Our rooms are elegant and spacious, providing affordable luxury and style. Sink into one of our king-sized beds after a busy day and relax in the stunning surroundings of the Abbey.
Guest Accommodation with 89 rooms, £45-£80 pppnb, Broadway
Weekend leisure breaks, short courses and events in the Cotswolds. 89 ensuite bedrooms in 400 acres of countryside.
Self-catering with 1 unit, £420-£490 pupw sleeps 3, Droitwich
The Hayloft offers accommodation for three people on the upper floor of a newly reconstructed cart house adjoining Mayhouse Farmhouse.
Inn with 5 rooms, £40-£80 pppn, Bewdley
A traditional free house, dates from 1780, real ales. Real fires, real food, high quality accommodation, family run, open every day.
Bed & Breakfast with 3 rooms, £55-£59 prpnb, Worcester
A warm welcome awaits you at this mid terrace house within walking distance of the cathedral & shops. Call for discounts available for longer stays.
Self-catering with 2 units, £225-£485 pupw sleeps 4-6, Worcester
Situated 4 miles west of Worcester off A44 in a quiet and unspoilt area with attractive views.
Self-catering with 2 units, £225-£375 pupw sleeps 2-3, Bromyard
Five Bridges Cottages provide a cosy year-round holiday base equipped to a very good standard.
Bed & Breakfast with 5 rooms, £70-£95 prpnb, Bromyard
Huntlands Farm is a family run working farm of 412 acres situated on the Herefordshire & Worcestershire county border. Here in the heart of rural England, you can enjoy the beautiful unspoilt countryside that both counties have to offer.
Hotel with 10 rooms, £69-£188 prpnb, Redditch
Privately owned by Michael & Pamela the Old Rectory is a quintessentially English Country House. Tucked away in the Heart of England the Old Rectory offers a relaxing & comfortable venue for work & play.