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Situated in Evesham, this spa hotel is within 9 miles (15 km) of Snowshill Manor and Garden, Broadway Tower and Dover's Hill. Chipping Campden Church of St James ...
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 Broadway, this guesthouse is 2.6 mi (4.1 km) from Snowshill Manor and Garden and 2.6 mi (4.3 km) from Broadway Tower. Dover's Hill and Chipping Campden ...
This family-friendly Malvern hotel is located in the shopping district, steps away from Malvern Museum, Great Malvern Priory and Malvern Theatres. Worcester ...
Situated in Worcester, this hotel is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Worcester Racecourse and within 9 miles (15 km) of Malvern Theatres and Great Malvern Priory. Malvern ...
Worcestershire is located between the imposing Malvern Hills and the rolling scenery of the Cotswolds. Hotels in Worcestershire range from traditional, characterful accommodation to sleek, contemporary designs, packed with all the amenities of a 21st century hotel. Alternatively, visitors to the county might prefer to hunt out one of the many local B&Bs or guesthouses. There are plenty of these in the region and many benefit from the personal touch, being family-run businesses.
Worcestershire is an eclectic county, made up of rustic villages, modern towns and, at its centre, the historic Cathedral city of Worcester. Set almost in the middle of England, Worcestershire is eminently accessible by road, rail or air. The M5 runs straight through the middle, there are plenty of train links and Birmingham Airport is just half an hour away. Visitors will find a wide selection of accommodation throughout the area, such as the spectacular Great Abbey in Malvern, which manages to house a very modern hotel inside a classical, stone-built manor house.
Those looking to soak up a touch of culture need not look far: Worcester boasts an impressive choice of live-performance venues such as the Swan and Malvern theatres – both of which play host to professional productions and music concerts. Shopping in the county is something of a delight: you’ll find market towns selling local produce against supremely rural settings, boutique shops tucked away in cobbled backstreets and bustling high streets sporting big-name stores and designer shops. As a county that is famous for its food and drink, you’ll find that there are also plenty of restaurants dotted throughout Worcestershire, ranging from old-school inns and pubs, serving hearty meals cooked with locally-sourced produce, to fine-dining establishments, serving five star cuisine.
Those visiting Worcestershire for business purposes will appreciate its convenient location and the modern amenities offered by most of the larger hotels. WiFi access comes as standard in the majority and rooms are typically clean and spacious. For those travelling for more relaxing reasons there are plenty of romantic retreats hidden from the hustle and bustle in secluded locations. With Malvern being a spa town, you’ll find many hotels in the county with spas attached, providing a range of invigorating and restorative treatments. However, B&Bs are also popular - particularly with those who want to get to know the area better.
For visitors looking to spend longer in Worcestershire, there are plenty of attractions on offer, ranging from the family-friendly West Midlands Safari and Leisure Park in Bewdley, to the Elgar Birthplace Museum and Worcester Cathedral. Most hotels in Worcestershire are within easy access of an attraction or two, whether it’s indulging your senses at the Worcester Foodie Fortnight in August, or a serene boating trip along the Droitwich Canal.
Hotels in Worcestershire as easily accessible as the county itself, with the focus firmly on the guest. Whether you’re looking for modern, minimalist accommodation, a quirky boutique hotel or the homely feel offered by a small B&B, there are enough hotels to cater for virtually every need and every taste. With excellent transport links just a stone’s throw a way, hotels in Worcestershire allow you to explore one of the most beautiful and fascinating counties in England.