Worcesters history can be traced back to a village founded on the eastern bank of the River Severn around 400 BC. A full description of all these Worcester hotels can be found on the hotel booking pages. The nearby Malvern Hills provide some spectacular scenery for ramblers. Find bed & breakfast accommodation in Worecster ideal for exploring the Malvern Hills, the Three Choirs Festival, Spennells Valley Nature Reserve and enjoying a brew at Worcester Beer Festival.
Ye Olde Talbot Hotel
Friar St Worcester Worcestershire WR1 2NA
Worcester Cathedral rises from the mists of the River Severn like some mighty gothic fist and when lit up at night it has the magnificence of the sun, casting a saintly glow over this 13th Century Coaching Inn on the fringes of the Cathedral Plaza on Friar Street. As you might have guessed this is one of those pub restaurants with rooms hotels, but its not a noisy, spit and sawdust property by any means as the hotel pays a great deal of respect to Worcesters vintage medi ...
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|Name||Miles||Region||Rooms||Type ?||Type ?|
|Ye Olde Talbot Hotel||0.2||Worcester||29||37.50|
|Brook Bank House Hotel||3.5||Worcester||68||75.00|
|White Lion Hotel||8.8||Upton upon Severn||13||99.00|
|Diglis House Hotel||0.3||Worcester||22||76.00|
|Severn View Hotel||0.2||Worcester||12||59.00|
|Gilberts End Farm||8.1||Gilberts Edge||3||60.00|
|Hundred House Hotel||9.3||Worcester||27||60.00|
|Dilmore House B&B||2.6||Fernhill Heath||6||50.00|
|Elms Hotel and Spa||10.6||Worchester||23||115.00|
Local attractions include the The Commandery, a Grade I listed building dating back to the 12th century (located in the city centre of Worcester) and Worcester Porcelain Museum. The Museum houses the worlds largest collection of Worcester Porcelain. The museum cares for over 10,000 objects that date back to 1751 right through to the twentieth century pieces.
Room4U can offer great late deals on cheap hotels in Worcester and bed and breakfast accommodation. The town has two park and ride sites, one at Worcester North on the A38 and one just off junction 6 of the M5 at Sixways. Both sites provide regular bus journeys into the city centre. If no rooms are available on the dates you wish to travel, alternative Worcester hotels will be listed. With an outlook that is both ancient and modern, Worcester continues to attract the interest of historians and leisure travellers alike. Did you know that Worcester played host to the final battle between Oliver Cromwells Roundheads and the Royalist Cavaliers?
The citys stunning cathedral dates back to the 12th Century. Visitors to Worcester cathedral can look forward to seeing the royal tombs of King John and Prince Arthur, medieval cloisters, ancient crypt and chapter house, and magnificent Victorian stained glass. There is also a coffee shop, gift shop and costume exhibitions. Call into the Worcester Tourist Centre or phone +44 (0)1905 726311 for more information on events. Room4U can provide some terrific deals on Worcester hotels and cheap bed and breakfast accommodation for trips to the Malvern Hills.