Worcester Cathedral
Worcester Cathedral

Worcester is both ancient and modern, the ancient element best evidenced in the centre where fine buildings like the elaborate early Georgian Guildhall, Tudor House, and The Commandery can be seen along with the fine Early English cathedral. The city has excellent restaurant and retail provision... Read More

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Hotels in Worcester - 26 places to stay

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Brook Bank House Hotel, Golf & Country Club

Brook Bank House Hotel, Golf & Country Club

Overlooking the Malvern Hills, gateway to the Cotswolds, this distinctive hotel has a gym and 18-hole golf course, all just 3 miles from the city of Worcester.
Best Western Bank House has great links to Birmingham, ... More | Double Room: 120 | visit website

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Fownes Hotel

Fownes Hotel

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This English town house hotel boasts the air of elegant and discreet luxury. This quality hotel offers excellent service and comfort conducive to relaxation and sheer pleasure.

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Worcester Whitehouse Hotel

Worcester Whitehouse Hotel

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The Worcester Whitehouse Hotel is situated in the heart of historic Worcester. This 4-star hotel offers comfortable surroundings, exceptional quality of food and attentive service.

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Diglis House Hotel

Diglis House Hotel

With view 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 Factory and the cathedral. Landscape artist John Constable was a frequent ... More | visit website

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Halfway House Inn

Halfway House Inn
The Halfway House Inn is a small Inn and Restaurant with 4* Silver B&B rooms. Our restaurant serves fresh, local and modern cuisine in relaxed and friendly atmosphere. We are situated approximately four miles from ... More | visit website
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Ye Olde Talbot Hotel

Ye Olde Talbot Hotel

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Opposite the cathedral, right in the heart of beautiful Worcester, this charming traditional coaching inn dates back to the 13th century and today offers free Wi-Fi and comfortable en suite rooms. Ye ... More

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Flyford Arms

Flyford Arms

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The Flyford is an independent family run inn, that is situated midway between Worcester and Stratford Upon Avon on the A422. The Flyford Arms offers a bar and dining areas ... More

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Great Western Hotel

Great Western Hotel

We are a 14 Bedroom comfortable and friendly Worcester Hotel situated opposite Shrub Hill Station and only 5 minute walk into the city centre. We offer high standard room-only accommodation. However,we encourage all to enjoy ... More | visit website

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Bants Inn

Bants Inn

We are a 16th Century English Country Inn on a former medieval anglo saxon site, we are situated in the middle of the Worcesteshire Countryside within easy reach of Stratford, Malverns, Cotswolds
We offer true English ... More | Double Room: From 65 | visit website

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Pear Tree Inn & Country Hotel

Pear Tree Inn & Country Hotel

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Traditional Inn and fine family owned Country Hotel set in 20 acres of lawns, gardens and lakes. Bedrooms are spacious with air conditioning and excellent facilities.
Our Restaurant serves an a la ... More | Double Room: 120

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