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  • Old Country House 3 rooms from $83

    Mathon, Worcestershire

    A charmingly quaint property full of character set on a 220 acre plot. Cosy rooms featuring old beams and chintz fabrics. The garden is glorious and the wholesome locally sourced breakfasts are served around table by the Aga. A quintessentially British country escape in an Area of Natural Beauty.

    Country Escape  -  A stunning old property packed full of quintessential British charm from its flower filled gardens, to its cosy bedrooms.
    Great walks  -  Head out to the surrounding countryside or head further a field to the Malvern Hills for a longer walk.
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Quirky  -  An experience!
    Recommended by  -  Sawdays
  • Windrush House 5 rooms from $102

    Broadway, Worcestershire

    A guesthouse that sets itself very high standards, impeccably run by friendly owners. Five stylishly designed rooms with feature pretty wallpaper and antique furniture. Indulgent British breakfasts on offer. Lovely gardens to relax in. Well located to explore this lovely corner of the UK.

    Local exploring  -  Ideal base for exploring the pretty Cotswolds.
    Country Escape  -  A stylish country house with charming owners.
    Great walks  -  From the doorstep walk the quintessentially pretty countryside.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit Stanway House, Sudeley Castle and Broadway Tower.
  • The Cottage in the Wood Hotel 30 rooms from $107

    Malvern Wells, Worcestershire

    Family run country house hotel on a plateau in the Malvern hills. Stunning views over the Severn Valley. Lovely restaurant onsite.

    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Secluded setting  -  For escaping.
    Outstanding location
    Great walks  -  Good for walkers.
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays
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  • Talbot Inn 7 rooms from $108

    Newnham Bridge, Worcestershire

    Revamped 19th century coaching inn in the beautiful Teme Valley. Seven individually designed bedrooms offer stylish and spacious accommodation, with a "rustic chic" vibe. The bar is cosy and welcoming and the food is highly recommended. The perfect base for some local exploring & great walks too.

    Exclusive offer  -  Dinner, bed and breakfast Offer
    Local markets  -  Explore the nearby market towns of Ludlow, Leominster and Tenbury Wells
    Great walks  -  Good for walkers.
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  • Royal Forester Inn 7 rooms from $111

    Nr Bewdley, Worcestershire

    A refurbished historic coaching inn facing the Wyre Forest. Modern rooms feature brightly painted walls, comfy beds and pop art. A traditionally British restaurant and bar boasts open fireplaces, wooden floors and exposed red brick walls. A quaint country escape.

    Families  -  Ideal for a family holiday with your pooch- with family suites, great food, and extensive activities such as biking and hiking.
    Great walks  -  Enjoy long walks with your dog through the picturesque Wyre Forest.
    Quirky  -  An experience!
    Full of character
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  • Harrowfields 3 rooms from $121

    Eckington, Worcestershire

    A pretty 17th century cottage with plenty of character and a warm welcome between Worcester and Tewkesbury. Modern rooms with a traditional feel - chintz fabrics, cast iron beds and wood burner stoves. Breakfasts are made with fresh eggs straight from the garden. An ideal country escape.

    Country Escape  -  This charming B&B is the epitome of a quaint country cottage, with all the homely features of staying with a friend.
    Great walks  -  Lovely walks from the property through the village of Eckington, or the Worcestershire countryside.
    Sights nearby  -  Climb Bredon Hill and check out the small stone tower called Parsons Folly at it's summit.
    Full of character
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  • The Fish 67 rooms from $159


    A hotel sitting in 400 acre estate, close to Stratford and the Cotswolds. Laid back and modern with cosy touches. Restaurant, bar with fireplace plus lots of outdoor activities from archery to segway safaris. A cool choice for weekend getaways for groups or young couples.

    Groups  -  Endless activities (can be taylored) from archery to baking classes to keep everyone happy
    Sights nearby  -  Cheltenham is just over 30 minutes’ drive. Stratford is 15miles away.
    Great walks  -  Hotel sits in the heart of the 400-acre Farncombe Estate
    Views  -  On the edge of Cotswold country, yours to explore
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  • Abbots Grange 4 rooms from $172

    Broadway, The Cotswolds

    A delightful B&B in the Cotswolds, brimming with historical charm. Each room is elegantly appointed with magnificent four poster beds and bespoke furnishings. With sprawling Cotswold's countryside on the doorstep, it's ideal for a romantic weekend escape.

    Country Escape  -  An ideal country escape with plush fourposter beds and plenty of Worcestershire and Cotswold landscape to explore.
    Great walks  -  Make the most of the beautiful walking trails and landscapes in the surrounding Cotswolds.
    Sights nearby  -  Take a day trip to nearby Stratford-Upon-Avon, the home of William Shakespeare.
    Full of character
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  • Brockencote Hall 21 rooms from $178

    nr Kidderminster, Worcestershire

    French style chateau hotel set in 70 acres of parkland with a lake. Understated elegance, discreet service, and a restaurant that serves fabulous food.

    Fishing  -  On the lake at the hotel
    Secluded setting  -  For escaping.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
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  • Eckington Manor 15 rooms from $191

    Eckington, Worcestershire

    Gorgeous restored timber-framed farmhouse come B&B nestled in the Avon valleys. Luxurious, chic rooms with private bathrooms overlook the working farmland and gardens. Food is at the heart of the Manor, with diverse and imaginative menus, farm-to-fork ethos and an established cookery school.

    Country Escape  -  A romantic country getaway in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, plenty of walking on the Bredon and Malvern Hills.
    Foodies  -  Eckington Manor’s state of the art cookery school teaches cooks the story of food: from garden fork to dinner fork.
    Cooking classes  -  Acclaimed cookery school on site, brush up on your culinary skills and learn about the importance of local produce.
    Sights nearby  -  Check out the local Georgian market town of Pershore, with artisan shops, restaurants and even a theatre.
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith, Sawdays, Good Hotel Guide
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  • The Elms 23 rooms from $191

    Abberley, Worcestershire

    A family haven with plenty to do. Luxurious backdrops for parents. Spa, sauna, award-winning restaurant.

    Child friendly
    Swimming Pool  -  Two Lovely Pools
    Spa  -  Mud-therapy room
    Cooking classes  -  For children
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith, Michelin Travel
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  • Foxhill Manor 5 rooms from $375

    The Cotswolds

    Private manor-house hotel in the Cotswolds, with eight stately bedrooms and suites. A Grade II listed manor offering pure luxury served with heartfelt personal service and an easygoing at-home atmosphere. 24 hours a day service from a personal host. Hundreds of country activities.

    Exclusive offer  -  3-4-2
    House party feel  -  Exclusive Hire available
    5* Luxury  -  Very high service standards.
    Sights nearby  -  Explore the chocolate box villages and pretty historic towns of the Cotswolds
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith
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A lush county of rolling hills and deep green fields, Worcestershire, perched on either side of the M5 motorway has much to recommend a visit. Book a room in one of the best places to stay in Worcestershire in springtime and you’ll find apple and pear orchards spilling delicately-scented pink and white blossom over paths and country roads, freshly picked asparagus (imported by the Romans) from the Vale of Evesham served dripping with warm hollandaise sauce in gastropubs and splendid walks on offer in the remains of ancient woodlands scattered across the countryside.

The city of Worcester has plenty of fascinating history to explore, including the cathedral – though it’s best to plan out a trip in advance so you’re not hijacked by the less attractive bits of the modern city centre.

And then there’s the beautiful Malvern Hills in the south of the county, offering great hiking, riding and cycling, and the Elgar Route, a circular drive taking in more than 40 places associated with the composer's life and music, including his Birthplace at Lower Broadheath.

Admire the extravagant villas of Great Malvern, tumbling down the eastern skirts of the hills; the lovely stained-glass window dedicated to the composer in Worcester cathedral; and the extraordinary views from those nine long-backed, round-topped Malvern Hills that rise without prelude, like a child's painting, from the Severn plain below.

Something that’s lacking from our selection of the best places to stay in Worcestershire is good hotels and we find it hard to recommend more than a handful. In fact, as you will see, the bulk of our recommendations are guesthouses, all of which, in our opinion, will make preferable places to stay in Worcestershire than the county’s dubious selection of hotels.

Best places to stay in Worcestershire


  • The Elms - a luxury bolt hole for the whole family with Ofsted approved nannies, activities galore and grown up spa and restaurant for the adults.
  • Brockencote Hall oozes understated elegance. Set amid 70 acres of parkland it offers lovely views and fishing on site, plus superb food in the restaurant.
  • The Cottage in the Wood boasts one of the most spectacular locations of any hotel in the UK, perched on a plateau in the Malvern hills. It also has a great restaurant.
  • The Royal Forester Inn is more of a pub with rooms, but a very chic one at that, with slate tiled bathrooms and sisal clad floors.


  • Eckington Manor offers luxury accommodation and also is the home of an acclaimed cookery school. Attention to detail is evident everywhere and as you would expect breakfast is delicious!
  • Windrush House is a great find in the ever popular Broadway. Rooms have been stylishly refurbished and the welcome is very warm.
  • Harrowfields is tiny; just one bedroom. Nonetheless if you can manage to get some availability it is a very classy outfit with elegant interiors, charming hosts and beautiful gardens,
  • The Old Country House is a 15th century part timbered farmhouse. The spacious bedrooms are full of character and breakfast is aga cooked (and organic) and served at the big round kitchen table.

Browse our selection of the best places to stay in Worcestershire and start to plan your visit.