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Situated in Kidderminster, this bed & breakfast is 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from Bewdley Museum and within 9 miles (15 km) of West Midland Safari Park and Severn Valley ...
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Situated in Kidderminster, this cottage is within 3 miles (5 km) of The Falconry Centre, Severn Valley Railway and Kidderminster Golf Club. Harvington Hall is ...
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Situated in Kidderminster, this country house is 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from The Falconry Centre and within 6 miles (10 km) of West Midland Safari Park and Severn Valley ...
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Situated in Kidderminster, this country house is within 3 miles (5 km) of The Falconry Centre, Severn Valley Railway and Kidderminster Golf Club. Harvington ...
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Located about 20 miles outside Birmingham and at the centre of a network of A-roads, Kidderminster is easy to get to. Once the centre of England’s carpet-manufacturing industry, its roots can be traced back to Saxon times. Thankfully, today, accommodation in Kidderminster is much less primitive: visitors will find an array of places to stay on offer, ranging from homely, family-run B&Bs to sprawling manor houses and hotels.
While the town might not be the centre of attention any more when it comes to making carpets, the town has also launched a few famous people into the world, including the Formula One driver Peter Collins, and Rowland Hill, who went on to invent the postage stamp.
However, despite its past, only a few timbered buildings, a medieval tower and an ancient church or two are still standing. For a real glimpse into Kidderminster’s history it’s worth taking a trip to places like Hartlebury Hall, the Worcestershire County Museum or even a leisurely stroll through the ancient trees of the Wyre Forest Nature Reserve.
Some of the hotels in Kidderminster, such as the Talbot Hotel and Brokencote Hall Hotel, do give some insight into the local history. Many hotels in Kidderminster were once sprawling manor houses or quaint, Tudor buildings. However, the majority of Kidderminster hotels have their sights firmly fixed on the future and offer 21st century facilities, such as free WiFi .
Visitors can soak up live music or catch a touring theatre show at the Rose Theatre. Things are taken to a new level in August, when the Kidderminster Arts Festival kicks up its brightly-coloured heels and offers live music, workshops and theatrical performances. Hotels in Kidderminster are often booked out during this time; the festival attracts over 100,000 people, so it’s worth booking your Kidderminster hotel in advance.
Although there aren’t any conference centres in the town, Kidderminster plays host to businessmen on a daily basis. Many of the larger hotels in Kidderminster, such as the Gainsborough House Hotel, offer meeting rooms and facilities.
With so much to see and do, it’s no wonder that Kidderminster has become such a popular destination for visitors.