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Places to Visit, Things to Do and Days Out in or near Worcester

The city of Worcester has a beautiful cathedral on the banks of the River Severn. The city centre has a nice mixture of ancient buildings and modern shops, pubs and restaurants. There are many fasinating tours and trails around the city from ghost walks to guided tours and also the Severn Way long distance walk. Places to Visit in or near Worcester The Spa at The Elms Hotel and Spetchley Park Gardens are listed below.
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10.4 miles from centre of Worcester
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The Spa at the Elms allows you to treat yourself to complete pampering and relaxation. The facilities include four spectacular treatment rooms, an indoor swimming pool, an indoor and outdoor hydro pool, the Thermal Retreat including sauna, steam room, experience shower and ice fountain, rooftop terrace and relaxation suite. Our team of therapists use Elemis and Jessica Nails and offer a wide range of treatments designed to leave you feeling relaxed and pampered.
2.8 miles from centre of Worcester
Home to the Berkeley family for more than 400 years, Spetchley is filled with rare plants, trees and shrubs that have been collected from around the world and nurtured carefully, to create a garden that is inspired and imaginative, with vistas that delight all that see them.
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8.1 miles from centre of Worcester
Discover Hanbury Hall, a wonderful tribute of the Georgian era Hanbury Hall is a restored formal 18th century garden with fruit trees, wilderness and sunken geometric parterre of clipped box. Architectural features, also restored, include two summerhouses, two timber bowling-green pavilions, an ice-house, pond with solar powered fountains, obelisk and cedar walk. The orangery is well stocked with fruit trees.
3.3 miles from centre of Worcester
You can enjoy the newly refurbished Refectory restaurant at Stanbrook Abbey serving modern British food in a brasserie style setting.
11.8 miles from centre of Worcester
You might let slip an involuntary 'wow' as you approach Brockencote Hall. The stunning Victorian Country Manor House estate is set in 70 acres of countryside complete with sheep grazing in the fields, a lake and dovecote. You might say 'wow' too when you eat chef Tim Jenkins food because he's a real fine dining star in the making. You'll find plants, flowers and funghi from the hotel's ground in dishes such as pan-fried fillet of brill with confit duck gizzard and Jew's ear mushrooms. Other w...
8.3 miles from centre of Worcester
Lose yourself in the tranquillity of Witley Court Gardens Once a grand country house and symbol of an opulent age, it hosted many of the most extravagant parties and royal entertainments of the Victorian period. After a devastating fire in 1937, however, it became one of the country's most hauntingly beautiful ruins. The spectacular gardens have since been renovated and offer a stunning insight to a fascinating collection of plants and shrubs from around the world. Make sure you expl...
10.4 miles from centre of Worcester
Little Malvern Court, a 10 acre garden, attached to a former Benedictine Priory, offers magnificent views over the Severn valley. Laid out as garden rooms aroun
9.1 miles from centre of Worcester
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1919 is a two AA Rosette award winning restaurant named after the year The Cottage in the Wood started its commercial life as tea rooms. With panoramic Cotswolds views and fantastic flavours 1919 is the destination restaurant in Malvern. Serving delicious modern British cuisine ranging from light, healthier dishes to more indulgent meals to suit all tastes and appetites. Influenced by the forest and coast, with the emphasis squarely on fresh, clean flavours. Our menu changes frequen...
13.2 miles from centre of Worcester
West Midland Safari Park is an award-winning attraction, located in the heart of England. This is a fantastic family day out which includes incredible animal encounters, amazing exhibits and Theme Park rides!
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8.1 miles from centre of Worcester
Discover Hanbury Hall, a wonderful tribute of the Georgian era Hanbury Hall, in the William and Mary style, was completed in 1701. The staircase, leading from the dark panelled hall, has its walls covered with murals by Sir James Thornhill. In the dining room, which still has its original ceiling, the fireplace is surrounded by fine Rococo work and there are more murals by Thornhill. Also on display is the Watney collection of fine porcelain. The reconstructed 18th century garden, surrou...
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