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Worcestershire is a little hidden gem in the West Midlands, a stunning and luscious green county. Its handy location in the centre of the nation, gives visitors easy access to all areas from the North to the South. Best Western has 8 hotels in Worcestershire, spread around, giving clients a good choice between all the county's notable towns and cities, as well as several located squarely in the county's exquisite landscape.

Town and city breaks in Worcestershire

The county has a handful of traditional, peaceful country towns and villages nestled among the rolling green hills and crystal-clear waterways. The picturesque and antiquated feel to the domain's urban pockets can be attributed to the area's early settlement by Roman invaders. Roman Britain saw the town of Worcester growing and thriving as a centre for trade and manufacture, linking northern settlements to those in the South and establishing new popular routes. The ancient Roman town is now the county's administrative headquarters and sits comfortably astride the charming River Severn, overlooked by the impressive twelfth-century Cathedral. At Stourport, you can rent a boat and amble lazily down the beautiful rejuvenated canals, a relaxing way to spend the afternoon before ambling back to your Worcestershire hotel.

Holidays in the Worcestershire countryside

Any of our hotels in Worcestershire will give you quick and easy access to some of the most tranquil and pleasing countryside in England. The terrain varies from, gentle flats to challenging contours. The Malvern Hills, running south of the county into Herefordshire, are made up of volcanic igneous and metamorphic rock. Dating back millions of years, these peaks will really get the blood racing round the body. Another option is to try Worcestershire Way, a 31-mile scenic walk all the way from Bewdley, through the Teme Valley to Great Malvern, or for something less demanding still, any section of the large and attractive canal network provides a pleasant walkway.

Attractions in Worcestershire

While booking your Worcestershire hotel, remember some of the wonderful attractions that the county has to offer. Boat trips along the glistening rivers and canals, horse riding over a variety of stunning terrain, nature trails, country parks and a huge amount of protected park land and wildlife trust terrain. While the kids enjoy a day of monkeying around at the exhilarating treetop obstacle course in the Wyre Forest, the fathers and family friends can enjoy a day out at one of the several large golf courses. For a delightful and memorable family day out, check out the preserved steam trains of the 16-mile Severn Valley Railway, a smooth and pleasing passageway from Kidderminster to Bridgnorth, allowing you to witness the beautiful scenery as it chugs past you to the sound of steam and pistons. Book a Best Western hotel in Worcestershire for a magical holiday. This beautiful green, homely country is everything you could want from a short break and more.

Attractions in Worcestershire:

The cottage in which Elgar was born. Courtesy of the Elgar Birthplace Museum
Elgar Birthplace Museum

Opening times:
Daily 11am-5pm Feb - Dec 2013 (annual)

Birmingham Back to Backs, Birmingham. © Marketing Birmingham
Birmingham Back to Backs

Opening times:
Tue-Sun 10am-5pm. Open Bank Holiday Mondays but closed next day Feb - Dec 2013 (annual)

West Bromwich Albion FC 2012/13

Opening times:
18 Aug 2012 - 19 May 2013 (annual)

Aston Villa FC 2012/13

Opening times:
18 Aug 2012 - 19 May 2013 (annual)

Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton. Courtesy of the National Trust
Wightwick Manor

Opening times:
Feb 2013 (various dates)

What's on in Worcestershire:

Hanbury Hall

Dates Open:
01/09/2015 to 31/10/2015
26/06/2015 to 31/08/2015
06/11/2015 to 19/12/2015
27/02/2015 to 25/06/2015

Hurdles action from Cheltenham, Courtesy of Cheltenham Racecourse
The Festival

Dates Open:
13/03/2015 to 16/03/2015

Shakespeare Marathon and Half Marathon

Dates Open:
05/04/2015 to 05/04/2015

All England Badminton Championships

Dates Open:
06/03/2015 to 11/03/2015

Welsh National Opera Spring Tour

Dates Open:
11/03/2015 to 14/03/2015

St Patrick's Day Festival

Dates Open:
11/03/2015 to 11/03/2015


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