Explore the historical sights of Worcester - well known for holding the final battle of the English Civil War (and of course Worcestershire Sauce!), discover more about the Battle of Britain along Friar Street and inside The Commandery, a grade one listed building. Explore Worcester Cathedral, visit the Musuem of Royal Worcester and wonder down the high street where you will find places to shop and eat. Approximately 10 miles.Find out more
This Georgian picturesque riverside town is just 8 miles away. Bewdley the perfect spot for some classically English fish and chips on a nice warm evening and a stroll along the river. Queen Elizabeth II Jubliee Gardens live in the town of Bewdley just adjacent to the Bewdley Museum. (Image via visitworcestershire.org)Find out more
You can’t help but fall in love with the Cotswolds! Covering over 800 square miles across five counties, the Cotswolds has plenty on offer. There are quaint ancient limestone villages with charming shops, beautiful gardens and magnificent historic castles and stately homes. Broadway is the gateway to the Cotswolds and a great place to visit. Approximately 30 miles. (Image via cotswolds.info).Find out more
Stratford Upon Avon
We are 30 miles from the popular town of Stratford upon Avon. Where you can explore the medieval market streets of William Shakespeare's birthplace, visit the theatre or go punting along the River Avon. A lovely day out! (Image via Shakespeare-Stratford)Find out more
Easy to get around
Stone Farm Rural Escapes is situated in the heart of the West Midlands and incredibly close to the motorway network. If you are looking at visiting somewhere further afield then we would be happy to offer a few suggestions.