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Staying in Worcestershire

No matter what your taste or budget, you are sure to find Worcestershire accommodation in to suit you.

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Staying in Worcestershire

No matter what your taste or budget, you are sure to find Worcestershire accommodation in to suit you.

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A picturesque county of green fields, trees, hills and meandering rivers

Worcestershire is the perfect place to stay and escape for a country break. Many guesthouses and B & B’s serve breakfasts sourced from local produce and many accommodation providers are located on farms for a true rural experience.

Worcestershire is home to many cosily furnished cottages, giving you the chance to self-cater and to truly feel at home. For those that prefer to be located more centrally, there are many B & B’s and hotels located within walking distance of the city centre or in surrounding villages.

There are also opportunities for camping and caravanning, dog friendly accommodation and accessible accommodation for those who are disabled. Worcestershire also boasts some alternative accommodation for those looking for something a little bit different: make your holiday one to remember by staying in a woodland lodge or travelling down the river Severn in a narrowboat.

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Worcestershire Royal Wedding Connections

Worcestershire Royal Wedding Connections

Worcestershire has long been known for its Royal support, since 1189 when King John first visited the city to worship at what we now know as Worcester Cathedral. With Prince Harry and Megan Markle planning to marry this month, here is a little reminder of how you can...

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Worcestershire Royal Wedding Connections

Worcestershire Royal Wedding Connections

Worcestershire has long been known for its Royal support, since 1189 when King John first visited the city to worship at what we now know as Worcester Cathedral. With Prince Harry and Megan Markle planning to marry this month, here is a little reminder of how you can...

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An insider’s guide to Worcestershire: go where the locals go!

An insider’s guide to Worcestershire: go where the locals go!

  Worcestershire is steeped in history and tradition and has some amazing, famous places to explore such as Worcester Cathedral.  But while you’re here, don’t miss out on the chance to pick up on a few “insider tips” to take you where the locals go, to really get the...

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