Worcester is a beautiful Cathedral and University City with a fascinating history of industry, a wealth of interesting architecture, top class sports teams and venues, an unrivalled selection of high street names and independent boutiques and a vibrant programme of events.
So whether visiting with friends, a family –young or old, there really is something for everyone.
The city is best known for its magnificent Cathedral but is also famous for the world renowned Worcester Porcelain, the piquant Worcestershire Sauce and the most picturesque cricket ground in the country.
Explore The Commandery to learn about our important role in the English Civil War. See a contemporary exhibition at the City Art Gallery and admire the half-timbered buildings in Friar Street. These include Greyfriars’ House & Garden and the 500 year old Tudor House. If you prefer to join a guided tour around the city, walks are available every day, morning and evening, from the Guildhall which in its own right is a truly beautiful building dating back to 1721.
Worcester's Visitor Centre (Tourist Information Centre) is located in the stunning Grade 1 listed Guildhall in High Street.
Self-catering with 1 unit, £70 pupn sleeps 2, Worcester
Tredennyke House, Barbourne Terrace, is a tastefully decorated, fully-serviced, secure, one-bedroom apartment, with gated parking and entry system with easy access to city centre, M5. Free WI-FI.
Bed & Breakfast with 3 rooms, £55-£60 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.
Bed & Breakfast with 2 rooms, £75 prpnb, Worcester
Church House is a working farm, conveniently situated just five minutes from Junction 6 of the M5 motorway and two miles from the centre of the historic city of Worcester.