Holiday cottages in Worcestershire

Voted as one of the UK's happiest places to live and work, this West Midland county has some of the country's top tourist hotspots. From the Severn Valley Railway to the West Midland Safari Park to the stunning 11th-century Worcester cathedral. Packed with stately homes and gardens encouraging visitors to step back in time and savour the splendour surrounding them. From quirky independent shops to major high-street retailers there is plenty of choice for shopping enthusiasts! With miles and miles of walking and bike trails, surrounded by the majestic Malvern Hills or through the ancient woodland of the Wyre Forest, you can discover the beauty and breadth of the great outdoors at your own pace. With live music venues, festivals and great eateries that serve locally grown produce, beers, cheeses and chocolate. Search our extensive range of hand-picked holiday cottages in Worcestershire to see all that this area offers for a memorable holiday.

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This county in the West Midlands offers a mix of historical sites, natural beauty, and cultural attractions. Here are the top five things to see and do in Worcestershire:

  1. Worcester Cathedral: Explore Worcester Cathedral, an impressive Norman building with stunning architecture, beautiful stained glass windows, and the tomb of King John. Climb the tower for panoramic views.

  2. Severn Valley Railway: Take a ride on the Severn Valley Railway, a heritage steam railway that runs through picturesque countryside between Kidderminster and Bridgnorth.

  3. Malvern Hills: Enjoy outdoor activities in the Malvern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Hike, cycle, or simply take in the panoramic views from the summits.

  4. Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings: Visit the Avoncroft Museum, home to a collection of historic buildings, including timber-framed houses, windmills, and a Victorian school.

  5. Elgar Birthplace Museum: Discover the life and music of composer Edward Elgar at the Elgar Birthplace Museum. Explore exhibits and artefacts related to this famous figure.

Bonus: Explore the historic market town of Pershore, visit the Morgan Motor Company factory and museum, or enjoy a leisurely boat ride along the Worcester and Birmingham Canal.