Pershore (2 miles) – Georgian market town with Abbey and walks along the River Avon. Click here.
Evesham (3 miles) – Riverside town with Abbey, and Almonry Museum. Click here.
Worcester (10 miles) – Home of Royal Worcester porcelain, also features a cathedral and riverside racecourse. Click here.
Malvern (15 miles) – Famed for its hills and spring water. Also home to the annual Three Counties Show. Click here.
Cheltenham (16 miles) – Renowned Regency spa town with racecourse and quality shopping facilities. Click here.
Stratford upon Avon (16 miles) – Shakespeare’s birthplace and home to the Royal Shakespeare company. Ann Hathaway’s cottage lies on the outskirts of the town. Click here.
The Cotswolds – Several pretty Cotswold villages are within a short drive. These include Broadway, Chipping Camden, Stow on the Wold and Moreton in Marsh. Click here.
There are a number of restaurants in the local area that offer a wide variety of meals. Some we highly recommend, others we have yet tried ourselves.
Belle House – This is an excellent local restaurant open everyday for lunch and dinner with the exception of Sundays and Mondays. Offering modern elegant food in a friendly atmosphere. It’s very popular, so make sure you book well in advance to avoid disappointment. Click here.
Plough and Harrow – Situated between Pershore and Worcester, the Plough and Harrow is a very popular restaurant and bar. Offering good quality food in very pleasant surroundings. They have a large outdoor area and disabled access throughout. Click here.
Thai Legends – If you’re after something from the far east then Thai Legends is likely to be the place for you. Although we havent been there ourselves, we hear it’s very good and only and it’s just around the corner in Pershore.
London – Trains from Pershore or Evesham station take approximately 1 hour 45 minutes, arriving at London Paddington.
Birmingham – England’s 2nd city, approximately 45 minutes by car.
Bath – Beautiful, Roman town, approximately 90 minutes by car.
Oxford – Trains from Pershore or Evesham station take approximately 1 hour.
Croome Park – ‘Capability’ Brown’s first complete landscape, recently acquired by the National Trust. Click here.
The Fleece Inn- An Old English Medieval Farmhouse, run as a public house and owned by the National Trust. Click here.
Hanbury Hall – A National Trust country house in elegant William and Mary-style. Click here.
Coughton Court – Elizabethan house with “Gunpowder Plot” connections. Click here.
Spetchley Gardens – Lovely gardens nearby. Click here.
Bredon Barn – A 14th century Tithe Barn. Click here.
Sudeley Castle – Dated from 1450, home to Katherine Parr and Thomas Seymour. Also, where they are buried. Click here.
Warwick Castle – Click here.
Numerous footpaths are in the proximity and we can provide various literature on recommended routes if required.