We are centrally located to wide range of activities and events a short drive will get you to:
Pershore (5 Minutes)- About 3 miles away is our local town of Pershore, an unspoiled, picturesque market town on the river Avon famed for its elegant Georgian architecture, beautiful Abbey, and friendly atmosphere. Pershore has been designated as a town of major importance and is listed as an outstanding conservation area. It is surrounded by beautiful countryside and picturesque villages and is a haven for cyclists and ramblers. There is a five mile circular walk that takes you from the old bridge and takes you along the river Avon to the ancient Tiddesley Wood. The wood was first recorded in the 13th century as a deer park belonging to the abbot of Westminster.
Cheltenham (40 Minutes) Regency Spa town, Racecourse and Shopping centre
Stratford upon Avon (40 Minutes) -Every visit to Stratford would not be complete without finding out more about the English poet and playwright that makes it famous.
Malvern – (40 Minutes) The Malvern Hills are part of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with scenic views over both Herefordshire and Worcestershire. The Hills run north/south for about 13 km (8 miles), in between Great Malvern and the village of Colwall and overlook the River Severn valley to the east, with the Cotswolds beyond. The highest point of the hills is the Worcestershire Beacon at 425 metres (1,394 ft) above Sea level. The hills are famous for their natural mineral springs and wells, which were responsible for the development of Great Malvern as a Spa town in the early 19th century. Until recently, Malvern water was bottled commercially on a large scale and sold worldwide.
If its exciting sports cars you are interested in then a visit to the Morgan car factory should be on your itinerary.
Worcester (25 minutes) – With its Cathedral, Civil War Museum, Racecourse, County Cricket Ground and the home of Royal Worcester Porcelain.
The Cotswolds –
Broadway (15 Minutes) The charming village of Broadway which lies beneath the Worcestershire hills of the Cotswolds. Broadway is a lively and vibrant village with a superb range of unique shops and designer boutiques, restaurants and hotels but is also steeped in history with its origins dating back to Roman times. Over the centuries it has made its mark in many different ways. In the 1600s it was a major stopping place for the stage coaches that traveled between Worcester and London – with the world-renowned Lygon Arms remaining popular with travelers and visitors. Nearby you can visit the beautiful village of Snowshill, with its Lavender Farm and the National Trust Property of Snowshill Manor, late home of Charles Paget Wade.