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Worcester has a rich history and worth a visit if you are looking to relax and familiarize yourself with a bit of history. Accommodation in many of the hotels in Worcester is said to be of British courtesy. With a very favorable climate, you will find staying in a hotel quite tempting and great. Plenty of options are in place for the one-time traveler, the adventure seeker and the more common family vacation. You will definitely not want miss out on your stay in Worcester. Below, you can find some guidelines to help you make your pick.
Accommodation Options in Worcester That Are Friendly to Your Pocket
The Travelodge is one of those cheap hotels in Worcester that's friendly to your pocket. The location is just perfect; the rooms are straightforward with custom-designed beds. There are also family rooms with added sofabeds. One of the great things about this hotel is if you are a family and have children under the age of 15, they can be able to stay free of charge in their parent's room. Surely, you can't get such an offer in many cheap hotels, but with this hotel you definitely do. You may also want to check out the Ye Olde Taobot, Premier Inn Worcester, Severn View Hotel, Premier Inn Malvern Hotel, Premier Inn Bromsgrove South Worcester Road Hotel and the Buttermilk Bed and Breakfast.
Extravagance and Leisure Stay in Worcester
No city is complete without its own set of luxury suites for their highly priced visitors and Worcester isn't an exception. Eckington Manor is one of the few 5-star hotels in Worcester. The rooms are simple yet very comfortable with en suite bathrooms. The finishing is quite sublime with Egyptian cotton linen, flat screen TVs and not forgetting free Wi-Fi. There are some suites with separate sitting area, antique finishing's and wood-burning stoves. This is one of the Worchester hotels that makes you feel English, even if you are not. Other Worcester hotels that offer similar or close to similar services include The Lygon Arms, The Old Rectory Hotel, Stanbrook Abbey, Buckland Manor and Dormy House.
Places of Interest in Worcester
One of the landmark places to visit in Worcester is its cathedral that dates back to the 10th century. Also you might only want to fancy visiting one of three main parks in the city. They include the Cripplegate Park, Gheluvelt Park and Fort Royal Park which was a battle site of the English Civil War. On the North of the city center on the east bank of the River Severn, there is a large public place known as Pitchcroft which if not used for horse racing, is a public place. There are also two large woodlands in Worcester; Perry Wood which is 12 hectares and Nunnery Wood which covers 21 hectares. Another place that you might wasn't to visit id the Worcester central library also called 'the Hive'. Every three years Worcester is home to the Three Choirs Festival that goes back to the 18th century. It's also the oldest music festival in the British Isles.