It was rebuilt and later extended during Georgian times and became the home of Edward Leader Williams, the chief engineer to the Severn Navigation Commission, and his family. His son Benjamin Williams Leader was born in the house and was a famous landscape artist and friend of John Constable. It was one of the first Worcester hotels registered as an Inn in the early s and is now popular with locals as well as providing hospitality to corporate and overseas visitors.
The Conservatory Restaurant is Worcester's only riverside dining experience. With magnificent views a wide choice of seasonal food, from the chef's specials, to an a la carte menu or just coffee and a snack.
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Celebration of Life. Private Occasions. Accommodation This Worcester Hotel has 28 rooms, with 11 guest rooms in the main house with another 17 rooms built in the grounds overlooking the River Severn. Dining The Conservatory Restaurant is Worcester's only riverside dining experience. View Our Menu. Testimonials div. A historical tour of Worcester is a virtual timeline of British history that you can see and touch. The National Trust's Greyfriars House and Garden is set in historic Worcester's heart and offers the chance to walk into a medieval period house, complete with preserved timber frames.
Tours are provided six days a week, and include a walk around the pleasant walled gardens. Then there is the Tudor House Museum, where you can view a prized collection of Staffordshire Blue pottery, as well as local history exhibits including clothes and bedrooms fashioned in the style of the time.
This recreation of bygone eras is popular with children while adults come away with a sound knowledge of the local towns and their life stories. And don't forget about Worcester Cathedral itself, one of England's best loved religious sites, dating back to Marvel at the ancient crypt and Medieval cloisters, not forgetting the magnificent Victorian stained glass windows.
A huge part of British heritage is sport. Worcester is the county town and the only city in Worcestershire. It is home to the twelfth century Worcester Cathedral.
The River Severn runs through the middle of the city and there is still a significant area of Worcester which dates back to medieval times. Try a new search. Showing 8 hotels in Worcestershire.