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Located in the heart of Worcester, this hotel is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Worcester Racecourse and within 9 miles (15 km) of Malvern Theatres and Great Malvern Priory. ...
Situated in Worcester, this inn is 0.8 mi (1.4 km) from Worcester Racecourse and within 9 miles (15 km) of Malvern Theatres and Great Malvern Priory. Malvern ...
Located in the heart of Worcester, this inn is 0.9 mi (1.4 km) from Worcester Racecourse and within 9 miles (15 km) of Malvern Theatres and Great Malvern Priory. ...
Set in Worcester, this family-friendly hotel is within 12 mi (20 km) of Worcester Racecourse, Tewkesbury Abbey and Great Malvern Priory. Malvern Theatres and ...
Located close to the M5 and with excellent rail links to virtually anywhere in the United Kingdom, Worcester is an ancient and beautiful university city. The Battle of Worcester was fought here, which changed the face of politics in Britain forever. It’s perhaps best known for its imposing cathedral, but Worcester has other claims to fame, including a certain sauce, Worcester Porcelain and what is widely thought to be the most scenic cricket ground in the British Isles. There are plenty of hotels in Worcester, ranging from simple stop-overs and B&Bs to stunning manor houses and converted farms.
Finding hotels in Worcester that are close to the main attractions isn’t a problem. The city is packed with things to see and do, such as the gardens at Hanbury Hall, the Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum and the iconic Worcester Cathedral. Many hotels are within walking distance of the main attractions and even hotels tucked away in the rolling countryside of the city’s outskirts, are just a short drive away.
Families with children are equally well-served, with places such as Gheluvelt Park and The Commandery ready to entertain and inform.
Worcester is a very celebration-minded destination, with various festivals held throughout the year, including a Victorian Fayre, which transforms the streets each December. However, for culture of another sort, the Swan Theatre is just a short distance from most hotels, playing host to big names from the worlds of theatre, comedy, music and the performing arts.
Although many of the larger Worcester hotels have their own restaurants, the city’s growing food scene has seen something of an explosion in places to eat. The centre hosts the usual suspects, but there are gems to be found in the form of country inns, gastro-pubs and fine-dining establishments. Worcester is surrounded by fertile soil and many restaurateurs have set up shop in the knowledge that they will have access to some of the finest produce in the area.
On the face of it, Worcester is a beautiful and historic city, but there’s plenty to fascinate and inform visitors of all ages.
If you want to stay in another popular place in Britain you could also consider hotels in Birmingham.