Luxury Hotels in Worcestershire
Things to do in Worcestershire
Out and About
The famous 12th century cathedral overlooks the city and the famous composer Edward Elgar lived there for a great part of his life, so naturally, there’s a statue there honouring him. Worcestershire sauce was indeed born in the city and the Lea & Perrins factory where it is still made can also be found there.
If you want to find the best hotels in Worcester which are ideally placed for exploring a section of the beautiful Malvern Hills, you have come to the right place. At their highest point, they offer visitors an unparalleled view of the stunning Severn Valley, which the UK’s longest river winds its way through. In this region the charming spa town of Malvern, an exploration of which is incredibly rewarding. Aside from its famous waters, Malvern boasts some beautiful architecture.
A trip to Lower Broadheath will give you the chance to explore the Elgar Birthplace Museum – the cottage where the gifted composer was born. For those wishing to explore the industrial heritage of Worcestershire, the town of Redditch boasts none other than the world’s only remaining working needle mill. Sitting on the banks of the Severn and with a rich Tudor history, Bewdley is another must-see town in Worcestershire, while Middle Langton is home to one of the country’s largest 13th century tithe barns.