Hot Tub Breaks in Worcestershire
Dating back over thousands of years, Worcestershire combines family-friendly activities, upcoming foodie hotspots, and plenty of outdoor activity.
Hot Tub Breaks In Worcestershire
Sitting in the Midlands, Worcestershire might not be top of your staycation list but it certainly should be. There’s something to do for everyone and we know just how difficult it can be to plan a trip – whether you’re travelling with family members, your friends or even your other half. It’s easily accessible from London and Manchester, and just a short ride from Birmingham. Once here, we guarantee you won’t want to leave either.
Explore the Severn and take a boat out on the river. Adventure up the Malvern Hills and enjoy never-ending views. Plan a day in Evesham and bring old stories to life. Worcestershire has the perfect mix of villages, market towns and cities. Whether you want to relax, learn about some of the UK’s most colourful tales, or even try your hand at new activities, you can do it all here.
We’ve got something that will really make it a trip to remember too – your very own holiday home with a private hot tub. What better way to kickstart your day than with a dip in the jacuzzi? Or, get the last of the afternoon sunshine while looking out over rolling hills. Kids, adults and even the older travellers can all get involved so take a look at our Worcestershire hot tub breaks and start planning a trip everyone will love. Many of our properties and lodges with hot tubs in Worcestershire are pet friendly and dog friendly too so everyone’s invited to explore the heart of England.
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Described as a cultural city with a historic heart, Worcester has lots to see and do. The streets are lined with impressive architecture, shops, bars and restaurants, and there’s a jam-packed events calendar. Street markets create a thriving community feel and the city’s parks and gardens are a nice place to retreat to in the summer sun. Worcester is said to be one of the oldest cities in the UK and 150,000 bottles of Worcestershire sauce are made here every day. Now, doesn’t that make you want a bacon sarnie…
This Cotswolds village is famous for its picture-perfect streets and buildings, and it’s even home to the longest high street in England. A number of famous names have lived here and Oliver Comwell is even said to have stayed in Broadway for a night. Today, though, the pretty high street attracts visitors from all over for its picturesque opportunities, close proximity to the countryside, and its pubs, shops and cafes.
Sitting pretty on the River Severn, Bewdley is a great base for those who are exploring Wyre Forest as well as The Marches, the English-Welsh borderlands. In the town, you’ll find listed buildings, a fantastic community feel, jubilee gardens and even an orchard that is maintained by local people. There’s even a local micro-brewery which is the perfect place to unwind after a busy day out and about.
Malvern, and indeed the Malvern Hills, are a popular attraction for those coming to the Cotswolds and Worcestershire. From the top of the hills, you can even see as far as the Black Mountains on a good day. The area itself boasts incredible walking spots as well as amazing sunsets and sunrises. If you want to spot some starry nights, this is the place to be too. Malvern is also home to lots of independent businesses, shops and restaurants as well as regular community events and markets.
Situated along the River Avon, the market town of Evesham is a great choice for hot tub holidays. After all, there are several accommodation options and lots of things to do to fill your days. Foodies are sure to be impressed too as the town is known for its fruit and vegetables including its asparagus. There’s even asparagus farms that you can visit. Abbey Park and the town itself also have lots of history and you can follow the Abbey walls for a family-friendly adventure.
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This alpaca farm is the place to go for animal lovers. Not only will you learn about these incredible animals but you can get up close and personal with them and even experience an alpaca trek. Regular events and workshops also showcase what can be done with alpaca wool and you might even create something to remember your Worcestershire holiday by.
The best way to see the Cotswolds and everything that Worcestershire has to offer is to visit Broadway Tower. It’s at the top of one of the highest hills in the area and the nearby Deer Park offers just as incredible scenes. This is a day trip that you definitely don’t want to forget your camera for.
Is there anything better than a fresh cold pint? How about a fresh cold pint and a tour of the brewing process? That’s exactly what you get at Bewdley Brewery. You’ll get to learn about the process, the history of the brewery, and you can even pop to the on-site shop to stock up before returning to your log cabin. The brewery makes over half a million pints every year and has become a local attraction in Worcestershire.
Malvern Theatres showcases stage productions and cinema screenings every week including comedies, dance, children’s shows and more. Whether you want to catch a show in the day or get dressed up and enjoy a night out, this is a great hotspot to have on your list. The on-site bistro also has a pre-theatre menu so you can fill up before the show.
Nestled in Evesham, Abbey Park is free to enter and a great place for all ages to hang out. Set up a picnic and crack open the fizz. Walk up to the natural terrace and take in the views of the River Avon. Let off some steam with family fun on the green spaces. And don’t forget to look out for regular get-togethers and live music at the bandstand.
Here are the biggest towns in Worcestershire, listed by population size:
- Droitwich Spa
- Tenbury Wells
Best ways to get to worcestershire
- By car: Worcestershire is well-connected by road, with major motorways and A-roads providing access to the county. The M5 motorway runs through the eastern part of Worcestershire, connecting Birmingham and Bristol. The M42 motorway also provides access from Birmingham and the West Midlands. A number of A-roads such as the A449, A38, and A44 also connect Worcestershire with nearby towns and cities.
- By train: Worcestershire has several railway stations, including Worcester Foregate Street, Worcester Shrub Hill, Kidderminster, and Droitwich Spa, which are connected to major cities in the UK. You can take a train from Birmingham, London, or other nearby cities to reach Worcestershire. Train services are operated by various train companies such as West Midlands Railway and Great Western Railway (GWR).
- By bus: There are bus services that operate within Worcestershire and provide connections to neighbouring towns and cities. National Express and local bus operators offer routes to and from Worcestershire, providing an affordable option for travel.
- By air: The nearest airports to Worcestershire are Birmingham Airport and Bristol Airport, which offer domestic and international flights. From the airports, you can hire a car or take public transportation to reach Worcestershire.
- By cycling or walking: Worcestershire has an extensive network of cycle routes and footpaths, making it possible to reach the county by cycling or walking for those who prefer an eco-friendly and leisurely mode of transport.