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B61 0JB, Bromsgrove, Birmingham Road
Bromsgrove Hotel and Spa is just 10 miles from Birmingham city centre and offers a restaurant, a café, a bar and health centre. Rooms are located on the ground floor or first floor and have... read more
£ 32.00View Rates
DY12 2EE, Bewdley, Severnside North
Nesting by the river Severn in the picturesque town of Bewdley, the 4-star Mug House Inn is thought to have been opened in the 17th Century and retains many period features. Each bedroom at the... read more
£ 70.00View Rates
WR5 2JE, Worcester, 29 Bolston Road
This fine Edwardian house is within easy walking distance of the town centre, the famous Royal Worcester Porcelain factory and Worcester Cathedral. The hotel offers very comfortable bedrooms, all with en suite shower rooms. There... read more
£ 50.00View Rates
WR13 6NA, Great Malvern, Marlbank Road
With beautiful views across the Malvern Hills, the 17th-century Holdfast Cottage Hotel is set in 2 acres of gardens and woodland. It has a conservatory filled with pretty plants, and an oak-beamed hall that retains... read more
£ 65.00View Rates
B97 6AE, Redditch, 2 Hewell Road
The award-winning Holiday Inn Express Redditch is close to the M42 Junction 2/3 and 20 minutes’ drive from Birmingham Airport. It offers complimentary hot buffet breakfast, pillow menu, free Wi-Fi and free on-site parking. All... read more
£ 42.00View Rates
WR14 4PZ, Great Malvern, 50 Belle Vue Terrace
The Mount Pleasant Hotel is a family run country-house hotel occupying a beautiful Georgian building right in the centre of Malvern. Great Malvern Train Station is 0.7 miles away and Worcester is 9.7 miles away.... read more
£ 70.00View Rates
WR8 0AR, Great Malvern, Gilberts End
Gilberts End Farm is a Grade II listed farmhouse B&B with historical features and countryside views. Upton upon Severn is 2.2 miles from the property. There is one room comprising a self-contained private landing with... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
WR1 2NF, Worcester, Severn Street
With views over the river, this riverside hotel is a 5-minute walk from Worcester city centre, and a 2-minute walk from the Royal Worcester Porcelain Museum and the cathedral. Free Wi-Fi is available in most... read more
£ 65.00View Rates
WR11 1BT, Evesham, Waterside
In the waterside area of Evesham, this former 18th-century coaching inn offers free Wi-Fi and an on-site bar. The rail station is a 10-minute walk away where guests will have easy access into London, Bristol... read more
£ 44.10View Rates
WR6 6TB, Shrawley, Stourport Road
With a beautiful location on the banks of the River Severn, the Lenchford Inn is a Georgian building with modern extensions, offering en suite rooms with river views. Close to the historic city of Worcester... read more
£ 69.00View Rates
WR1 3NS, Worcester, Newport Street
The Severn View Hotel is situated on the banks of the River Severn, in the heart of Worcester. The hotel is a short walk from the city's main attractions. It is close to the bus... read more
£ 30.00View Rates
WR12 7LJ, Broadway, Farncombe Estate
Situated in 400 acres of private estate, The Fish offers free WiFi, a dedicated bar and dining room and a central location for exploring the Cotswolds. The unique village style layout, with bedrooms and public... read more
£ 135.00View Rates
WR1 1EA, Worcester, Foregate Street
The Whitehouse Hotel has easy access to rail and road links, offering 4-star facilities offering comfortable surroundings, exceptional food, and attentive service. The Worcester Whitehouse Hotel has 84 superbly furnished rooms, boasting power showers and... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
DY10 4BS, Kidderminster, Heath Lane, Shenstone
On the outskirts of Kidderminster, the Granary Hotel offers well-appointed bedrooms and an award-winning restaurant. There is free Wi-Fi and parking for all guests. In a tranquil rural setting, the Granary has striking views of... read more
£ 55.00View Rates
DY10 4PY, Kidderminster, Kidderminster Road, Chaddesley Corbett
Renowned for its superb cuisine and excellent service, this traditional country house is set in 70 acres of tranquil parkland and dates back over 300 years. The property is part of the Eden Hotel Collection... read more
£ 120.00View Rates
WR13 6QG, Great Malvern, Walwyn Road, Colwall Village
With fabulous food, peaceful surroundings, friendly staff and a quiet village location in the Malvern Hills, this popular country house boasts the well-known Seasons Restaurant. Featured in the Michelin and Good Food guides, with 2... read more
£ 59.00View Rates
WR13 6DW, Great Malvern, Jubilee Drive, Wynds Point
With superb locally sourced food and an 18th-century oak lounge bar, this hotel is nestled in the spectacular surroundings of the Malvern Hills. The hotel is situated directly opposite the Iron Age hill fort, British... read more
£ 102.00View Rates
WR14 2HU, Great Malvern, 51 Graham Rd
This beautiful gothic Victorian hotel was built in 1851, retaining its original charm and character with the added luxury of modern amenities. Free parking is available on site. The Cotford Hotel is just a few... read more
£ 85.00View Rates
WR14 4LG, Great Malvern, Holywell Rd, Malvern Wells
Set in 7 acres of wooded slopes, Cottage in The Wood offers an award-winning wine list, homemade biscuits and free parking and Wi-Fi, with direct access to the Malvern Hills. The Cottage in The Wood... read more
£ 99.00View Rates
WR1 2AP, Worcester, City Walls Rd
Offering comfortable en suite rooms, The Fownes Hotel is only a 2-minute walk from Worcester city centre. Formerly a Victorian glove factory, the hotel is situated by Birmingham canal. Most of the spacious rooms have... read more
£ 45.76View Rates
Where to Stay ?
The journey by road from Birmingham to Worcester takes about an hour. Worcestershire has very good rail and road links to the major motorways and airports, making it easily accessible to visitors within the UK and from overseas.
At the centre of Worcester is its cathedral, its tall spire dominates the skyline. A walk around the city gives you a timeline of architecture, with a mixture of Tudor, Georgian and modern buildings, many of which are now hotels, b&bs or guest-houses.
As in most city centres, the hotels here are among the most expensive but offer a convenient way to explore the city. Adjacent to Foregate Street Station is the Worcestershire Whitehouse Hotel which is an example of a luxury hotel within walking distance of the main shops, restaurants and main attractions.
A ten-minute walk away from the city centre is Barbourne Road where there are many guest houses, these offer a cheap alternative to luxury hotels and are very close to the River Severn that runs alongside the city. If you’re on a budget, there is also a good selection of pubs that offer cheap accommodation in and around the city centre.
The 25-minute drive on the A38 from Worcester to Droitwich Spa gives a glimpse of the scenic countryside that Worcestershire is known for. The town of Droitwich Spa gets its name from the natural underground springs which bubble up through salt deposits and come to the surface as brine.
Droitwich is a lively town with plenty of shops, bars and restaurants. The Worcester And Birmingham Canal runs through the town and attracts walkers, cyclists and nature lovers. Canal boats can be hired for guided day trips and as self-drive accommodation.
Hotels in this area are generally smaller and are cheap when compared with those in Worcester. There are many pubs and guest-houses that offer bed and breakfast throughout the town, some are also dog-friendly. The Droitwich Spa Lido is a large modern outdoor swimming pool and will be of particular interest to families with children.
With Birmingham just 14 miles away Redditch has easy access to all of the facilities of a major English City. Shakespeare’s birthplace at Stratford-Upon-Avon is only a short drive away, Warwick Castle, Avoncroft Museum and The Malvern Hills are all within a 20-minute drive or bus ride.
Redditch has expanded quickly in recent years and now has a more modern feel but still retains its historic traditions. The choice of accommodation in and around the town has also expanded and there is now a good choice of self-catering apartments for rent throughout all seasons. These can be a cheap alternative to bed and breakfast, guest-houses or hotels, especially for larger groups or families.
In contrast to Redditch, the streets and buildings of Great Malvern are smaller in scale and give a glimpse of its Victorian past. The Great Malvern Hotel is a small hotel in the centre of town and just 100 yards from the theatre. There are other hotels and guest-houses to choose from but bed and breakfast accommodation can be found everywhere in the town.
Bed and Breakfast accommodation is often popular with visitors who are travelling around Worcestershire and are only staying for one or two nights. Many converted farmhouses in the areas surrounding Great Malvern are now used to provide budget bed and breakfast accommodation for visitors. These farmhouses are usually in quiet locations and most have scenic views of the countryside. These b&bs are a good base for walking and exploring the beautiful Worcestershire countryside.
Other small towns and villages in Worcestershire offer a similar range of small hotels, b&bs, and guest-house accommodation. Most will offer cheap out of season budget breaks at certain times of the year. More options open up when considering the numerous holiday parks that can be found throughout the county.
Some of which are set in beautiful open areas of countryside or lakeside locations. Chalets or caravans in holiday parks are usually rented on a self-catering or b&b basis and pets are often welcome. Choosing a holiday park for your visit can help create a fantastic budget holiday with on-site facilities while still being within a short drive from the towns.