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Holiday cottages in Worcestershire

SP0937 : The War Memorial, BroadwaySP0937 : War Memorial, BroadwaySP0343 : Ye Olde Red HorseSO7776 : Footbridge over Dowles BrookSO7876 : North Worcestershire Path along the River SevernSO8172 : Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal
Worcestershire in West Midlands, is the ideal staycation destination for those who wish to escape busy city life for a time of well-earned rejuvenation.

Consider renting a holiday home in the city of Worcester, the final battle site of the English civil war, as well as the birthplace of beloved composer Sir Edward Elgar. Visit the majestic Worcester Cathedral, which is more than 600 years old, stroll down the River Severn, Britain’s longest river, or shop and eat along Friar Street, which boasts historical Tudor architecture. Music lovers should plan to visit Worcester during late August this year for the Worcester Music Festival, an annual event that features free performances of more than 200 local acts around the city’s bars and pubs. For more family-oriented fun, the popular Victorian-themed Worcester Christmas Fayre will run from 29th November to 2nd December this year, ushering in the sights, sounds and smells of Christmas in a delightful street market setting.

Worcestershire is home not only to history and culture but also to breathtaking nature. The Malvern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is about twenty minutes away from the city. The hill range earns its AONB designation with its panoramic scenic views of Worcestershire and its spring waters, which drive the spa town of Malvern, another destination worth a visit to pamper the body. For more leisurely exercise, the walking paths in Wyre Forest near Bewdley town are a forty-minute drive away.

Charmingly rural, extraordinarily beautiful and quintessentially English, Worcestershire is perfect for your holiday trip.

SO7876 : North Worcestershire Path along the River Severn

SP0343 : The Almonry -Evesham

SP0937 : Green in Broadway