Worcester Guest Houses

The capital of Worcestershire is Worcester, the county is found in the southwest area of the Midlands, the Malverns surrounding its western boundary, in the east is found the Cotswolds and the West Midlands lies to the North. This delightfully historic town welcomes visitors throughout the year for both business and pleasure and the thriving Worcester Guest Houses present for their many guests tailor made solutions.

The great Severn River divides it through the center, the town was originally formed by the Romans who craved it natural resources, its majestic cathedral was built in the 7th century , though needed to be rebuilt 400 years later and importantly contains the tombs of King John and Prince Arthur, elder brother of Henry Vlll.

For a great many years the towns wealth was based on its wealth was based on the production of cloth and by the middle of the 17th century it was the twelfth largest town in England. In 1751 the local economy was ignited by the opening of a factory to make porcelain, the company became known as ''Royal Worcester'' and is famous the world over, and next door to the present day factory is a museum containing a major collection of porcelain.

The town is famous for Worcestershire sauce -Lea and Perrins and is home to the oldest newspaper in the world the Berrow's Journal 1690. It is a traditional English tourist destination filled with historic buildings and surrounded by green English countryside, stately homes and landscaped gardens. Nearby is found the West Midlands Safari Park that is home not only to a range of exotic animals but exciting roller coaster rides.

Worcester is a splendid area in which to spend some time as it not only allows the visitor to soak up traditional English heritage but is the perfect platform to the surrounding countryside. The Worcester Guest Houses are many and detailed to suit all budgets and tastes, they may be found in city center, within secluded suburbs on the banks of the Severn or flanking the country.

The town is well connected via motorways, bus and rail routes, its town center is busy and offers much in the way of specialist shops, and upmarket shopping centers, pavement cafes, traditional pubs, restaurants and bistros. The city center guest houses may provide the business guests with the best situation as easy access to business hubs and entertainment attractions are within minutes

From modern to ancient the guest houses are cloaked in many different architectural styles lending the accommodations unique ambiences. Business guest Houses may present a more modern slant where interiors are streamlined and angular accommodations offer en suite rooms with dedicated work stations hosting high speed internet access and direct dial phone.

Family accommodations may be found the quieter suburbs and provide specially designed spaces allowing for connecting rooms, high chairs, cribs, children's menus and babysitting services. The Grand Country Guest Houses set in their own expansive grounds, may offer golf courses, hiking trails walking paths, cycling tracks and horse riding. Entrance halls are impressive boasting floor to ceiling windows dressed in rich drapes framing idyllic views; these areas are lined with antiques and vast oil paintings. Accommodations are equally as impressive and are often the choice of honey moon couples hosting seating and dining areas and romantic four poster beds and balconies overlooking garden views.

Intimate dining areas are home to beautifully crafted menus that change seasonally and companioned with a select list of vintage wines. Hearty English Breakfasts are served in traditional dining rooms whilst drawing rooms and sitting rooms offer evening sanctuary and honesty bars.

The Worcester Guest Houses provide the perfect solution for both business and pleasure and ensure guests returns through warm hospitality and idyllic locations.