Best holiday rental deals in Worcestershire
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Price and Availability Index for Worcestershire
Holiday Letting Price Information in Worcestershire
We analysed price data and summarised them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in Worcestershire. The most expensive week to book a holiday letting in Worcestershire is in July (25/07 - 01/08). Prices drop in November to an average of £67 per night (23/11 - 30/11).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Worcestershire
Check out the graph above to find out how many holiday rentals are available in Worcestershire (in %). In September (21/09 - 28/09), only 44 are available. People tend to travel to Worcestershire least during a week in November (30/11 - 07/12) when only 16% of the rentals are booked.
The Weather in Worcestershire
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. On average, the warmest month is July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 4° in January. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is September.
Enjoy the pretty county of Worcestershire with quaint holiday cottages
Worcestershire, located between Birmingham and the Welsh border, is easily reached from London and offers a number of fantastic sites and activities for independent travellers.
The best of British cuisine
The city of Worcester, the county town, is an excellent place to experience great British food. Pubs such as the Blue Bell and King Charles II offer a friendly ambience and the chance to try locally-produced ales including Worcester Nectar Bitter and Attwood’s Pale Ale.
Worcestershire is also famous for the eponymous sauce, enjoyed the world over and still produced according to an old secret recipe in the city of Worcester. It undoubtedly makes for an iconic souvenir for family back home.
Worcestershire’s cultural scene
Worcester remains the hub of culture in the county. For history, Worcester Cathedral and Elgar’s Birthplace Museum are excellent choices, the latter being the birthplace of composer Edward Elgar. The Tudor House Heritage Centre is another great place to learn about local history.
Worcester City Art Gallery is also well worth visiting, as it’s set in a stunning Victorian building. The collection inside is impressive, with Roman artefacts as well as dinosaur footprints that are sure to intrigue the kids. The 13th century Worcester Guildhall is another hub of local culture and has a beautiful interior you can visit.
Exploring the broader county
Of course, the smaller towns around Worcester should not be forgotten either. Bewdley is a traditional market town, while Malvern sits at the foot of gorgeous hills and is an excellent place for nature walks. At the south-east tip of the county is Broadway, which is within the stunning Cotswolds region.
Worcestershire is also very conveniently placed near Birmingham, the UK’s second city, which is easily accessible for day trips at just one hour by train from Worcester. The towns of Cheltenham, Gloucester and Hereford are easy to get to with fast connections by train or letting car.
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