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.
The Fleece Inn
The Fleece Inn is the perfect rural retreat just a stone’s throw from the beautiful Cotswold’s boasting roaring open fires for the winter months, open garden and apple orchard for the summer sun and a friendly welcome all year round. With real ales and ciders aplenty this historical pub (which is said to be haunted) is a favourite with Real Ale lovers, and the welcoming atmosphere for all the family, including those with four legs. The only National Trust owned pub in the Country – and the community home of the local asparagus festival, there is always lots to explore at the Fleece.
The Paul Pry
The Paul Pry is 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! Named after a local theatre star, it is now home to Pope Brewery – a family owned Worcester based brewery who took over the pub in 2017. Trying the homemade bar snacks are a must and their Sunday Roast’s are famous in the City. Swing by an enjoy after an afternoon of shopping…
The King Charles
One of the most historically relevant pubs in Worcestershire, come and explore Craddock’s Brewary’s 450 year offering – which was used by King Charles II as he escaped after loosing he final battle in the English Civil War. These days The King Charles is known for its oak clad walls, roaring fires and dungeon. Along with award-winning pies, 8 real ales & local ciders. A local favourite – so you know its good!
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WorcesterFresh food | Great cocktails | Dog friendlyEnjoy Mediterranean food, family-friendly dining, local cask ales and Sunday roasts. Ego at Manor Farm is ideal for large groups, special occasions, family celebrations and intimate dining.
WorcesterIdyllic English country pub with wonderful gardens large patio, safe play area and camping and caravan pitches available. Delicious home cooked food and great beer.
WorcesterQuirky, eccentric and playful the Cosy Club offers informal casual dining, drinking and lounging in a family friendly environment. From a lazy breakfast to evening cocktails, or a light lunch to a hefty burger, we’re here all day.
RedditchWhether enjoying a romantic dinner for two in the Restaurant, a family gathering, lunch with a colleague or just relaxing on the terrace for an afternoon tea, we will ensure your dining experience is everything you expect it should be.
RedditchOscars Restaurant and the Garden Bar boast some magnificent views overlooking the mature gardens and woodlands adding a relaxed atmosphere to your dining experience.
Upton upon SevernWe have sailing, canoeing and windsurfing tuition, by qualified instructors on our own lake. We have day tickets for spectators and a picnic area.
MalvernThe Malvern in Malvern, Worcestershire, is one of the most significant hotel and spa developments in the UK in recent times, providing first class spa and wellness facilities alongside luxurious accommodation and fabulous fine dining.
PershoreCommunity Arts Centre showing film, live events, creative courses & exhibitions for all ages.
- Here at St Andrews Town Hotel, we offer you the best of both town and country. Our elegant Georgian building and tranquil garden make you feel you're in a country house retreat.
BewdleyWharton Park Golf & Country Club is a quality venue situated on the edge of the historic, riverside town of Bewdley, surrounded by the undulating Wyre Forest and Worcestershire countryside.
Stourport-on-SevernOffering 6 Bedrooms in a recently built annex to the rear of the property all bedrooms are en-suite, spacious and quiet. It also benefits from its own restaurant so you can start your day with either a Full English or Continental Breakfast.
RedditchThe Southcrest Manor Hotel , an independently owned and run Wedding, Conference and Hotel venue, sits quietly amongst picturesque and tranquil surroundings.
EveshamThe Quintessential English Pub, owned by the National Trust and run with a love of tradition.
MalvernThe Abbey’s setting is one of the most perfect in the country, close to many interesting cities yet situated right in the heart of the countryside at the foot of the Malvern Hills. It is an ideal base for visiting the historic spa town.
WorcesterStanbrook Abbey is a beautiful Hotel, set in Malvern with close proximity to Birmingham, Worcester, Cheltenham and Gloucester.