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This family-friendly Evesham holiday home is located in a rural location, 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from Almonry Heritage Centre, and within 9 mi (15 km) of Tiddesley ...
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Situated in Evesham, this hotel is within 9 miles (15 km) of Ragley Hall, Almonry Heritage Centre and Coughton Court. Stratford Racecourse and All Saints Church ...
£53 per night for 2 guests
Situated in Evesham, this cottage is within 6 miles (10 km) of Almonry Heritage Centre, Dover's Hill and Broadway Golf Club. Chipping Campden Church of St James ...
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Tucked away in the rolling splendour of the Cotswolds, Evesham is an historic market town that can trace its roots back as far as the 8th Century. Evesham has seen its fair share of historic events: in 1650, the town acted as garrison for Oliver Crowell’s forces, just after the famous Battle of Worcester. While the English Civil War took its toll on Evesham, leaving it in economic tatters, it has grown to become a bustling hive of business and commerce, attracting businessmen and visitors alike.
Accommodation in Evesham is delightfully varied. You’ll find everything from comfortable B&Bs and guesthouses to upmarket Evesham hotels. Many of the hotels in Evesham are part of its history, such as Dumbleton Hall Hotel – a spectacular manor house with sprawling grounds – and Wood Norton Hall, which has been hosting guests since the 1800s. However, the majority of hotels in Evesham offer modern services such as free WiFi; ideal for those coming to the area for business purposes.
Pleasure also takes a variety of different forms in Evesham. Throughout the year there are a number of fishing competitions, including the Wychavon Angling Festival, held the banks of the River Avon. This is part of the Evesham Festival, which is attended by over 45,000 people each year. Evesham hotels are often booked in advance, so it’s worth booking early.
Good food is important in Worcestershire and has given Evesham reason to launch another festival. However, the Vale Asparagus Festival, held in April and June, offers more than just asparagus: exhibitors and stall-holders come from across Worcestershire to sell their produce, give cooking displays and increase awareness of just what the county has to offer.
Those staying in hotels in Evesham will also find themselves within easy reach of a unique shopping experience in the form of the The Valley In Evesham. In addition to independent stores and high street shops, The Valley also offers plenty of leisure activities, such as a chance to explore the local cycle paths and easy access to the Evesham Light Railway.
For such a small town, Evesham has a lot to offer. Whether your purpose is business or pleasure, booking hotels in Evesham is the best way to ensure you get the most from this historic destination.