Places in Worcestershire

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Worcestershire is a must visit destination, with a wide selection of National Trust places for you to choose from. From 17th-century grandeur to dramatic opens spaces, both the indoors and outdoors are well covered helping you to explore whatever the weather.

You will find a wealth of National Trust places spread through the countryside just off the M5, making this the perfect area for a full weekend stay.

Why not look at staying in the charming 1840s cottage, Rosedene, which is available for some visits and as a 'back to basics' holiday cottage.

Clent Hills and Croome

Near the north of the county, and on the edge of Birmingham, you will find the perfect way to escape the hustle of city life at the Clent Hills, an idyllic area offering panoramic views across miles and miles of countryside.

Explore the ever-changing splendour at Croome, dating back to the 17th-century right up to the modern day and enjoy some fresh air by the serene lakeside and on parkland walks.

Fleece Inn and Greyfriars' House

The Fleece Inn near Evesham is a half timbered medieval farmhouse which has gained a great reputation for its pewter collection, folk music and morris dancing.

Set in the heart of Worcester, Greyfriars' House and Garden is a unique timber framed merchant's house with peaceful gardens to help you relax in the centre of a busy town.

Hanbury Hall

In Droitwich Spa you will find Hanbury Hall, a beautiful William and Mary style house built in 1701 by Thomas Vernon, sat within eight hectares (20 acres) of recreated gardens and 162 hectares (400 acres) of parkland.

Tithe barn & dovecotes

Worcestershire is also home to many smaller places, Middle Littleton Tithe Barn, the finest full restored 13th-century tithe barn, Knowles Mill, Hawford Dovecote and  Wichenford Dovecote.