Located between the majestic Malvern hills and the mellow Cotswolds, Worcestershire is the perfect place to explore the wild English countryside.
A county of contrasts, Worcestershire has charming villages and bustling towns nestled in a mixture of beautiful woodland. There are also meandering river valleys, fruit orchards and farmland areas.
The county’s turbulent past also plays an important role in English history. The remnants of Iron Age hillforts, medieval settlements and remains of battlefields of the English Civil War are scattered all over the county.
Discover Worcestershire on a Hot Tub Holiday
Worcestershire’s location in the heart of England also makes it highly accessible. Birmingham International Airport is just 30 minutes away, Manchester an hour and half, and both airports of Heathrow and Gatwick are also a couple of hours away.
The cathedral of Worcester is an imposing structure, incorporating every architectural style from Norman to Gothic.
Take an adventure in the grasslands or wooded nature reserves, or discover the bustling market towns of Malvern, Bewdley, Evesham and Droitwich Spa. Some other market towns we love are Pershore, Tenbury Wells, Stourport-on-Severn and Upton-upon-Severn.
Drinking Malvern fresh water in these towns or stocking up on the county’s famous tangy condiment, Worcestershire sauce is a must!
Lodges with Hot Tubs in Worcestershire
Bowbrook Lodges is a quiet and unspoilt holiday park that offers the comfortable lodges and quirky glamping safari tents. Located just outside Pershore, famous for its graceful Georgian architecture and magnificent abbey, this holiday park is the perfect base for exploring all that Worcestershire has to offer.
Worcestershire Glamping and Safari Tents
The two-bedroom Leopard Safari tent is a wonderful and quirky accommodation. The entire tent has central heating, spacious outside decking with outdoor hot tub, perfect to gaze at the stars while relaxing the comfort of bubbles.
The holiday park also has beautiful lodges for those who want a more traditional accommodation. The Walnut is a beautiful holiday home which sleeps 4 people, has a warm inviting kitchen/dining room and lounge with sliding rooms leading to outside decking. The seating area is the ideal place to watch beautiful sunsets with amazing view of the surrounding woodlands.
A Cottage with a Hot Tub
Lower Tundridge Cottage is a spectacular, upside-down detached farmhouse in the village of Suckley in the Malvern Hills. The beautiful design and finish with high quality facilities and stunning rural location make the cottage a prime spot for friends and family wanting to come together to enjoy a relaxing holiday.
The cottage has 6 bedrooms, plenty of comfortable seating to sit together and chat over a glass of wine and dinner, and a well-stocked kitchen. The garden is simply divine with a lawn area, alfresco dining area and a large hot tub with lights, waterfalls, a TV, a recliner to enjoy at your leisure. Suckley is a delightful scattered village with the essential amenities for a holiday base as it also offers scenery and plenty of walks for you to enjoy, sitting on the Worcestershire Way.
Museums, Chapels and Cathedrals Galore
Worcesterahire is full of museums, chapels, cathedrals and old estates to visit. The Worcester Cathedral, one of England’s loveliest cathedrals complete with royal tombs, medieval cloisters and stained glasses is stunning.
Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare’s birthplace is also a popular tourist attraction. Gloucester Cathedral, Eastnor Castle and Brockhampton Estate also make fantastic days out.
Lemington lakes and Leigh Sinton Farm Fishing offer wonderful fishing. Those who enjoy exploring the area on foot, Stratford Ghost Walk and Stratford Town Walk offer a glimpse into the haunted and literary past of Stratford. Wine lovers will enjoy Coddington Vineyard, which offers wonderful wine and beautiful gardens to stroll around filled with unusual plants.
With rolling landscape, open hills and breath-taking views, Worcestershire is truly a county worth exploring.