If you are looking for an unmistakably English experience, you will find it in Worcester and Worcestershire.
From a cathedral city steeped in heritage to lush, rolling countryside and magnificent hill ranges, it's the home of freedom, tranquillity and a fantastic array of food and drink produce served in abundance at the area's pubs and restaurants. Worcestershire has so much to offer, and given its easy accessibility from most places in the UK, it's becoming increasingly popular as a perfect short break destination. Whether it's culture, sports, the great outdoors or simply relaxing that appeals to you, it offers everything people love about England all in one county.
full of tourist information for Worcestershire for all the things you need to know to help plan day trips, short breaks or family holidays in Worcestershire.
The 2015 Spring/Summer Visit Worcestershire Guide (includes places to stay, events and things to see & do).
If you’re looking for somewhere to stay during your visit to the Championships, Worcester and Worcestershire has a wide selection of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets. Whether you want to stay in the city itself or are drawn to the peace and quiet of the nearby countryside, the cosy intimacy of village life or the hustle and bustle of the towns, you'll discover a tempting choice of places to stay - quality hotels, the homely comfort of a farmhouse bed and breakfast, or self catering options including cottages, log cabins and camping & caravanning sites.