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Places To Visit In Worcestershire
From Old Manor Holiday Cottages Malvern, Upton-Upon-Severn, Worcester, Hereford, Evesham and Pershore are all in easy reach. Only 20 minutes from Malvern, the cottages provide ideal self catering accommodation for Malvern Show ground. There's lots to see and do in the area whether you're visiting on holiday, a weekend break or short break away.
A famous Victorian Spa Town, Great Malvern runs along the side of the Malvern Hills. The town has a collection of small antique shops, tea rooms and art shops. It's also home to The Malvern Water Company and Morgan Cars - both are open to visitors.
Malvern Show Ground / The Three Counties Showground
Only 20 minutes drive from the Three Counties Showground, Old Manor holiday cottages provide convenient accommodation for Malvern Show ground exhibitors and visitors. The Three Counties Showground hosts a varied programme of events throughout the year including:
Worcester offers visitors the chance to explore the old streets with historic buildings, Worcester Cathedral, The Worcester Porcelain Museum, Commandery, The City Art Gallery and Museum and take a stroll along the River Severn running through the middle of town. There's also plenty to do out of town; quaint English villages, vineyards, National Trust properties and Gardens to visit, and footpaths over the hills and along the valleys of the River Severn.
The pretty riverside town of Upton-Upon-Severn has no shortage of pubs, restaurants and cafes and the town makes a big effort for the Britain in Bloom competition. The distinctive "Pepper Pot" building marks the entrance into the town across the River Severn. Upton is famous for its music festivals including the Upton Jazz Festival and Blues Festival and the Upton Water Festival on the river. River Cruises along the Severn are also available from Upton. Contact us to check availability for: Self Catering Accommodation Upton Jazz Festival, Upton Blues Festival and the Upton Water Festival
The Vale of Evesham
The Vale of Evesham is one of the most productive fruit and vegetable growing areas in the UK, famous for its asparagus, plums and apples. The Evesham Trail takes visitors around the asparagus fields in spring and the fruit orchards full of white and pink blossom in May. Later in the year there are Apple and Plum Festivals with plenty of local produce available in the local villages, farms shops and the Evesham Country Park. The River Avon runs through Evesham and Pershore and there are riverboat trips from Evesham in the summer including evening dinner and sunset cruises.