Top things to see and do in Worcestershire

Bordering the North of the Cotswolds Worcestershire is home to part of the Malvern Hills and Worcestershire Beacon – which at 425 metres is the highest point in the county. The city of Worcester itself is worth a visit for its magnificent cathedral which is perched on the bank of the River Severn and dominates the skyline for miles around.  

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One of the city’s most exciting buildings is The Hive which was built using sustainable materials and designed to operate on renewable energyThe Hive is the first joint public and university library in Europe and houses over a quarter of a million books and 12 miles of archive collection. 

Spetchley Park just outside the city of Worcester is a great place to visit on a warm day. The 30 acres of gardens and deer park are a great place for a family-friendly walk followed by a picnic amongst the incredible floral displays. Just South of Worcester you will find the National Trust property and gardens of Croome Park – the first commission of Capability Brown who redesigned the entire landscape. Today visitors can admire his work while enjoying a stroll around the Park Seat circular walk, spotting birds and taking in the abundance of flowers and wildlife, before grabbing lunch at the RAF canteen. 

Find your perfect holiday cottage in Worcestershire by browsing our collection of Cotswold holiday cottages above. If you don’t find a property in Worcestershire that suits your holiday home needs, you can browse all of our Cotswold holiday homes.