With a unique cathedral that exhibits every style of English architecture, to Witley Court- a stately home ravaged by fire in 1937- Worcestershire has an exciting history waiting to be unraveled. Quaint market towns, such as Bewdley and Tenbury wells, nestle quietly in the countryside whilst Malvern attracts visitors hoping to unwind in one of its famous spring hydrotherapy spas.

Worcestershire’s hidden beauty

Nestled between the Malvern Hills and the Cotswolds, sleepy Worcestershire is full of rural charm   Few ranges in Britain are quite so satisfyingly shapely as the Malvern Hills. The rounded belt of green peaks…

7 best places for afternoon tea in the Cotswolds

From the best cucumber sandwiches to the daintiest cakes, we’ve picked some of the most charming spots in the Cotswolds for the most British of pastimes

Edgar's Birthplace, Lower Broadheath. Credit: David Jones/Alamy

Worcestershire: land of glory

From the Vale of Evesham to the Malvern Hills, discover more about the beautiful county that inspired one of Britain’s greatest composers, Sir Edward Elgar…

Worcestershire Guide: The famous Blossom Trail

We reveal the hidden gems of Worcestershire’s Blossom Trail in the Vale of Evesham and discover an area rich in historic houses, glorious gardens and fine British fare. Pear blossom in full bloom at Holt Fleet…