Food & Drink

Pubs & Bars

Exploring Worcestershire’s traditional pubs is a great way to understand the County’s History – as well as sampling  local food, craft larger and local ales.

Perfect for any season, many of the county’s pubs are well furnished, with open log fires perfect for enjoying a winters evening in the warmth.

In the summer season you can also enjoy sitting in the pub gardens for a relaxing afternoon drink or an evening meal with a fantastic view of the surrounding countryside.

In the city centre you can find a range of traditional pubs stacked with history as well as a variety of contemporary wine and cocktail bars, perfect for enjoying an evening out with friends.

Many of the county’s bars offer high quality dining during the day and at night become the perfect venue for a party or for relaxing with a few friends, enjoying a selection of specially selected wines, beers, champagnes and cocktails.

Featured Pubs & Bars

The Fleece Inn

Boasting roaring open fires for the winter months, open garden and apple orchard for the summer sun and a friendly welcome all year round.

The Paul Pry

A beautiful example of a well preserved late Victorian pub. Boasting original tiles, flooring and back bar, it is like stepping back to a bygone era!

The King Charles

One of the most historically relevant pubs in Worcestershire, come and explore Craddock’s Brewary’s 450 year offering.

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