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Places to stay near Oktoberfest Worcester 2018

Places to stay near Oktoberfest Worcester 2018
A beautiful, two bedroom, split level apartment. It features two double bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs, with a lounge and spacious kitchen diner on the first floor. Modern decor, in a historic building in the heart of the city. Walking distance from all local amenities including; the train station, Cathedral, shops, bars and parks.
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Entire home/flat


Property Type

Flat


Accommodates

4


Bedrooms

2

Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom

I prefer sharing my home with female guests, however I will Accept some male guests who have good Reviews. My home is near the centre of Worcester and within walking distance to Worcester Stations (Foregate Street and Shrub Hill), bus station, city centre, University of Worcester, The Hive, Worcester Crown Court, racecourse, restaurants, cafes and Cathedral. There is one friendly dog and 2 cats, who are part of the family, therefore guests, will need to like animals.
It is a good sized bedroom, with a king sized metal Ikea framed bed with two single foam mattresses, one bedside table with lamp, worktable with chair, shelves, one double wardrobe, painted wooden floor and 2 floor mats. The room is on the 2nd floor. It is 2 floors up a carpeted staircase. It's a long way up to carry a heavy suitcase. If possible travel lightly. The shared bathroom is on the 1st floor and the 2 guest rooms are on the 2nd floor. The bathroom has a bath with shower, toilet and washbasin. Guests are welcome to help themselves to tea and coffee in the kitchen at any time and use the kitchen to make themselves an easy meal or microwave meal. Smoking is allowed outside in the rear courtyard or the front garden.
I love my family home and the location, which are situated in an attractive leafy Georgian Square and only a short walk from the centre of Worcester. Parking can be confusing and sometimes difficult, as sections have been marked for residents and non-residents. However, I can explain the parking system when I meet each new guest. So far, parking has not been too much of a problem. Luckily, most of my guests have needed to use their car during the day or arrived to Worcester by train. The neighbourhood is normally quiet, however, if an event is taking place on the racecourse it is possible that you will hear music, etc.
Room Type

Private room


Property Type

House


Accommodates

1


Bedrooms

1

Worcester, Worcestershire, United Kingdom

The spacious bed sitting room with en-suite shower room is situated at the top of our large Victorian house with views overlooking Worcester racecourse. We are within walking distance of the city centre with its wide range of shops, bars and restaurants. Foregate Street station, Worcester Cathedral, New Road Cricket ground and Worcester Swan Theatre are only a short walk away.
Room Type

Private room


Property Type

House


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom

Wyndale Accommodation provide high quality serviced accommodation for visitors looking to experience the city in comfort and style. We welcome short or long stay guests, offering facilities that will make you feel right at home no matter how long your duration.
Mandarin Court comes fully furnished with modern features to make your stay as comfortable as possible. This apartment includes; Kitchen area complete with fridge, freezer and cooking facilities for when eating out is too much trouble Dining area suitable for four people Modern and spacious bathroom facilities Bedroom with plenty of storage and a double bed living area with flat screen TV and pull out sofa bed suitable for two people Courtyard with outdoor dining space High speed Wifi
Located with our own front gate and forecourt accessed down Quay Street, then taking the first right and through the parking barrier. Please head through the black gate on your right marked 6/7 where you will find our front door distinguishable by the Mandarin Court sign and key box providing you entry to the flat. Parking is available across the road at the Newport Street car park, located at; Newport St, Worcester WR1 3NG
Room Type

Entire home/flat


Property Type

Flat


Accommodates

4


Bedrooms

1

Worcester, Worcestershire, United Kingdom

The Shrubbery is a family-run B&B within walking distance of Worcester City Centre. We offer clean, comfortable rooms, full English breakfast, and free WiFi. All rooms have flat screen TVs with DVD, hospitality trays, and complimentary toiletries.
Standard single rooms have a single bed with vanity unit, flat screen TV with DVD player and well-stocked hospitality trays. It is at the front of the house on the first floor. Complimentary toiletries are provided.
Worcester is a city in central England’s West Midlands region. By the River Severn, medieval Worcester Cathedral houses royal tombs, a crypt and cloisters. At The Commandery, a museum traces the building’s evolution from the Middle Ages through England’s Civil War to the 1950s. The timber-framed Tudor House Museum focuses on life in Tudor and 17th-century Worcester, with displays on traditional brewing and weaving.
Room Type

Private room


Property Type

Bed and breakfast


Accommodates

1


Bedrooms

1

Worcester, Worcestershire, United Kingdom

This is a special apartment set in a quiet street bang in the middle of town. It's a stone's throw from everything.
The location is the best it could be for a visit to Worcester. The evening light coming in the window is gorgeous too.
The riverside is close with it's gorgeous footpath, the Bishop's Gardens at the cathedral are around the corner, there are two old fashioned pubs within short walking distance, gin bar, Italian, French, Chinese restaurants. It's also 4 minutes walk to the university, Huntingdon Hall, Worcester Guildhall, Odeon and Vue, shopping high street.
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Entire home/flat


Property Type

Apartment


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom

King Edmund Square in the Heart of Worcester City Centre. 2 Bedroom Town House is spacious with an open plan living room/ dining area with a separate kitchen area. Master Bedroom - In the bedroom the bed can be made into a Double or Two single beds (please let us know your preference prior to arrival). Bedroom 2 - Has a single bed, built in wardrobe and bedside table. Living Room - Sofa bed which sleeps up to two people.
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Entire home/flat


Property Type

Apartment


Accommodates

5


Bedrooms

2

Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom

The property, located within the remains of the old medieval city walls, is Grade 2 listed and on a pedestrianised street, presented over 4 floors and dating from the Georgian period adjacent to Worcester Cathedral. 2 free parking bay permits available for adjacent streets. WiFi. Wood burner. This is a holiday house: I don't live here; it's all yours!
About as close and convenient to the city centre as you can get. AA **** self-catering accommodation 2018. We want singles and couples to have an attractively priced option for their stay as well, so if you are a couple, or a single guest please contact us to request a special offer price for your stay; usually a 10% discount. Please note: 3 night minimum stay normally required apart from Christmas (1 week). Discounts applied for 1 week or more. If the calendar doesn't allow 3 nights stay because it's a slot between other bookings then contact us; we may be able to accommodate you. If you need a 2 night stay, a weekend (Fri/Sat/Sun) 2 night stay would be 50% of the weekly price, a weekday (Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu) 2 night stay would be 40% of the weekly price. worcestercitycentrecottage provides quality, unique, self-catering holiday accommodation in the heart of the City of Worcester. The property, located within the remains of the old medieval city walls, is a Grade 2 listed building on a pedestrianised street dating from the Georgian period and is set in a conservation area adjacent to Worcester Cathedral. The composer Sir Edward Elgar, whose works include Pomp and Circumstance March No.1 (Land of Hope and Glory) and the Enigma Variations, lived here as a child in Victorian times. As shown by the photography, the well-presented accommodation is furnished to a high standard and is set over 4 floors and sleeps 5+1. It has gas-fired central heating throughout. (Worcester photography by kind permission of Chris Dobbs LRPS: chris@cd1images). Works by local artists are displayed throughout the property. The lower ground floor kitchen diner is fully-equipped with all mod cons and everything you are likely to need during your stay, including a range cooker, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, washer/dryer, iron/ironing board and a comprehensive range of cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery. Access to an enclosed rear courtyard affords guests an opportunity to sit outside and barbeque; weather permitting! The living area is located on the ground floor and has comfortable seating comprising of one 3-seater sofa, one 2-seater sofa, and an armchair and footstool, all in french gray upholstery. A wood-burning stove provides the focal point of the room. A modern flat screen TV with Freeview, Blu-ray DVD player and DVD selection, together with Wi-Fi are provided. A large oak coffee-style table made of reclaimed oak from a Worcestershire flour mill is perfect for playing cards, board games or simple resting that glass of wine on, whilst relaxing in front of the fire. The first floor master bedroom is a large well-appointed room, with a king sized bed and commands views to the stained glass east window of the cathedral. There is one sofa and two chairs is this room, affording some privacy away from the main living area if required. A hairdryer and alarm clock is provided in the main bedroom. On the same floor is a separate toilet. The shower room is on the second floor and has a modern shower unit, high-flush toilet and pedestal wash basin. There is no bath. Adjacent to it are bedrooms 2 and 3. The former has two single divan style beds and the latter has one 4ft divan bed (this is a small double bed). Both bedrooms have views to the cathedral. There are ample storage facilities in all the bedrooms. Testimonial: "We had a fantastic holiday here this Christmas! Being right next to the Cathedral for Christmas services was wonderful and we were minutes away from the shops! The beds were really comfortable and the hot water was always available – the shower was good too. Everything worked perfectly and the kitchen was fantastically well equipped - even for cooking a Christmas dinner for six! Thank you so much for making our stay so lovely!" Margaret, Dave, Andrew, Ben + Alice. London Dec 2015. What is included? Kitchen should have everything you are likely to need. If it doesn't let's know. All quality cotton bed linen and towels are provided for the duration of your stay. 1 bath towel and 1 hand towel for each guest. For guests staying more than 1 week, the cottage can be cleaned and new linen and towels etc. provided as required. Heating, lighting and your first basket of logs. Please put £4 in the ‘pay as you burn' (PAYB) small box on the bookcase for any subsequent boxes of wood used. WiFi throughout. Freeview channels on the TV. Blu-ray DVD player, DVD and CD selection. A range of board games. A pack of cards. A selection of books and local interest publications, maps and magazines. If you wish to take a book away with you (apart from books marked cottage copy) then please put £2 (paperback) and £4 (hardback) in the ‘pay as you learn' (PAYL) small box on the bookcase, so I can replace the stock. A welcome pack with a few essentials including tea, coffee, a pint of milk as a minimum. A hairdryer and alarm clock in the main bedroom. An iron and ironing board in the kitchen. A radio in the kitchen. Parking bay permit is offered free for guests to use during their stay (refundable deposit required) which allows nearby on-street parking in permit bays on Edgar Street and in ticketed bays along Severn Street subject to availability. This saves you about £7-£10 per day on inner city parking charges. Please make sure you display the permit clearly on your front dashboard/windscreen at all times. If not, you will get a ticket. The traffic wardens are keen as mustard. And please make sure you return the permit when you leave, as the next guest(s) needs it. A travel cot and high chair can be made available by arrangement at the time of booking. If you need to exercise there is a friendly pay-as-you-go gym called pf2 on Basin Road in Diglis; just a 10 minute stroll along the river. There may be some ‘first time only' free passes. Look in the magazine rack.
Historic Worcester In 2015 Worcester was ranked in the top ten UK cities for heritage. Beating places like York and Bath. Boasting a beautiful Norman Cathedral it has strong and identifiable musical, cultural and industrial heritage. Originally a Roman settlement and then a burgh of Alfred the Great; fortified against Viking raiders along the River Severn, Worcester began to thrive once the city became part of an episcopal see and had a bishop. King John of Magna Carta fame, - whose favoured hunting ground was Feckenham Forest; covering most of Worcestershire at the time - is buried at his own request in the cathedral chancel. He was flanked by the shrines and tombs of St. Oswald and St. Wulfstan until they were destroyed during the Reformation. Worcester Cathedral is also the final resting place of the brother of King Henry VIII, Prince Arthur; as well as former British Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin. The old city is built upon a medieval street pattern and the streets tended to be named after the trade or business that went on there. Look out for: Needlers Street; Fish Street; Silver Street; The Shambles (where meat was sold); Cooken Street (street of the cooks); the Cattlemarket; the Cornmarket; the Hopmarket. Cooken Street was renamed Copenhagen Street in honour of Lord Nelson's visit in 1802. Friar Street and New Street used to be called Glovers Street. Glove manufacturing employed 8,000 to 10,000 people in Worcester at its peak. The Fownes Hotel used to be a Glove Factory. The best remains of the old city walls can be seen along the river, and along City Wall's Road. New plaques locating the old city gates can be seen dotted around these walls. There nine in total, counting the Watergate by the Cathedral. Shakespeare allegedly married Anne Hathaway in Worcester in 1582 at St.Martin's Church to avoid a scandal in Stratford, as she was pregnant at the time! The first and last battles of the English Civil War were fought at Worcester. The first encounter in 1642 was a skirmish involving Prince Rupert on Powick Fields, to the west of the city. The last battle was a bloody affair, with thousands killed in fierce fighting outside the Sidbury Gate, as well as through the city streets. The future King Charles II made his escape from the city on the 3rd September 1651 from a place you can still visit; as it is a public house selling fine food and drink. Legend has it that Cromwell made a pact with the devil to secure his victory at Worcester, as he died 7 years to the day after his triumph, on September 3rd 1658. As committed republicans, US Presidents to be, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, saw Worcester as a beacon for liberty and democracy, and came on a pilgrimage to the city in 1786. Other famous visitors to Worcester include Elizabeth I and George III, who came to attend the Three Choirs Festival in 1788 and wasn't allowed to leave by notorious gate keeper Robert Sleuth until he paid the road toll! Sir Edward Elgar lived at 2 College Precincts, and is reckoned to have played in the Cathedral Cloisters as a small boy. His father and uncle had a music shop on the High Street (demolished) and although brought up a Roman Catholic, Elgar often skipped Church where his father played the organ, to listen to music more of his liking in the Cathedral. Local Attractions The longest-running classical musical festival in the world is the triennial Three Choirs Festival held at Worcester Cathedral and the arts are well-represented by productions staged at the nearby Swan Theatre, Huntingdon Hall and Malvern Theatres. There are numerous venues for gigs and live music across the city. The Vue cinema is just around the corner. The Ghostwalk, currently with stops at the Guildhall and the Commandery is worth the money. Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum is on the Tything and houses a collection started by Sir Charles Hastings founder of the British Medical Association (BMA). Tudor House and Greyfriars are located on Friar Street. The world-famous Lea and Perrins Worcestershire Sauce is still blended and bottled in the city. The Royal Worcester Porcelain Museum is a two minute walk away and is located on the China Works Severn Street site, visited by Admiral Lord Nelson in 1802 where he placed a large order for the ‘Horatia service'. Unfortunately, he never received it all before being mortally shot at the moment of his great triumph: Trafalgar 1805. The annual Hay-on-Wye literature festival which former US President Bill Clinton called ‘The Woodstock of the mind' is about an hour away. As far as restaurants, pubs, clubs and bars are concerned there are many. Most of them are within easy walking distance. Enjoy a pint in Worcester's oldest pub, The Cardinal's Hat which dates from the 14th century. Explore the wine and cocktail bars dotted along the medieval streets, or enjoy fine dining in one of the city's great restaurants; many of which use locally sourced produce, from a county increasingly renowned as a home for food and drink. Worcester is reckoned to have some of the best shopping in the West Midlands, with a superb mix of high quality brand name stores and independent artisans to choose from. The city has several impressive sporting venues. County cricket is a short walk across the River Severn to the new and improved New Road Ground where Basil D'Olivera, Ian Botham and Graeme Hick used to play. The University Arena - also across the river – hosts British Basketball League matches. Professional rugby union side Worcester Warriors play at Sixways Stadium located at junction 6 of the M5. Worcester racecourse is also within walking distance and the best jump racing in the world can be found at Cheltenham adjacent to the Cotswolds, 25 miles away. There are some fantastic, traffic free riverside walks in Worcester. The Malvern Hills, The Cotswolds and The Shropshire Hills –all Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty – are all within easy reach, and boast some of the best scenery, walking and activities of all levels anywhere in Britain.
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Entire home/flat


Property Type

House


Accommodates

5


Bedrooms

3

Worcester, United Kingdom

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Newly refurbished cottage style house, 10minutes walk to the local train station (Foregate street) and the centre of town, easy access to the M5 motorway. (Available to female guests only due to shared living spaces.) Two minutes walk to the Royal Grammar School. Small single room available during the week and on the occaisional weekend if requested. Please email to request further information.
Small Private single bedroom available in a clean, tidy and newly refurbished house. Owners live in the house.
Near to town, race course, local parks. Worcester is famous for the Malvern hills which are a 15minute drive or train ride.
Room Type

Private room


Property Type

House


Accommodates

1


Bedrooms

1

Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom

The Shrubbery is a family-run B&B within walking distance of Worcester City Centre. We offer clean, comfortable rooms, full English breakfast, and free WiFi. All rooms have flat screen TVs with DVD, hospitality trays, and complimentary toiletries.
Standard double rooms have a comfortable bed, flat screen TV with DVD player, hot drinks facilities and complimentary toiletries.
Worcester is a city in central England’s West Midlands region. By the River Severn, medieval Worcester Cathedral houses royal tombs, a crypt and cloisters. At The Commandery, a museum traces the building’s evolution from the Middle Ages through England’s Civil War to the 1950s. The timber-framed Tudor House Museum focuses on life in Tudor and 17th-century Worcester, with displays on traditional brewing and weaving.
Room Type

Private room


Property Type

Bed and breakfast


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Worcester, Worcestershire, United Kingdom

We are delighted to present a 1 bed room apartment that is a town centre gem. Located in the grand St Swithins building, this appartment has been rufurbished and furnished to an extremely high standard providing the best in city centre living. WIth a fully fitted kitchen, smart TV including netflix and Worcester city centre literally on your doorstep, you are guaranteed a great stay. But if you are worried about noise, don't be. The secondary double glazing throughout, the apartments location and the orthopaedic mattress mean that you will have a peaceful nights sleep. That is if you can tear yourself away from the fine dining and nightlife that Worcester is becoming famous for.
Room Type

Entire home/flat


Property Type

Flat


Accommodates

4


Bedrooms

1

Worcester, Worcestershire, United Kingdom

The Shrubbery is a family-run B&B within walking distance of Worcester City Centre. We offer clean, comfortable rooms, full English breakfast, and free WiFi. All rooms have flat screen TVs with DVD, hospitality trays, and complimentary toiletries.
All double en suites have a comfortable double bed, flat screen TV with DVD player, well-stocked hospitality trays and complimentary toiletries. The modern en suites have showers. First and second floor rooms are available.
Worcester is a city in central England’s West Midlands region. By the River Severn, medieval Worcester Cathedral houses royal tombs, a crypt and cloisters. At The Commandery, a museum traces the building’s evolution from the Middle Ages through England’s Civil War to the 1950s. The timber-framed Tudor House Museum focuses on life in Tudor and 17th-century Worcester, with displays on traditional brewing and weaving.
Room Type

Private room


Property Type

Bed and breakfast


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Worcester, Worcestershire, United Kingdom

The Shrubbery is a family-run B&B within walking distance of Worcester City Centre. We offer clean, comfortable rooms, full English breakfast, and free WiFi. All rooms have flat screen TVs with DVD, hospitality trays, and complimentary toiletries.
All family rooms have a double and a single bed that can also be used as a double or twin room. The modern en suites all have private toilets, basin, and shower.
Worcester is a city in central England’s West Midlands region. By the River Severn, medieval Worcester Cathedral houses royal tombs, a crypt and cloisters. At The Commandery, a museum traces the building’s evolution from the Middle Ages through England’s Civil War to the 1950s. The timber-framed Tudor House Museum focuses on life in Tudor and 17th-century Worcester, with displays on traditional brewing and weaving.
Room Type

Private room


Property Type

Bed and breakfast


Accommodates

3


Bedrooms

1

Worcester, Worcestershire, United Kingdom

Beautiful apartment at the top of Building. Far reaching views to the Malverns and the City. Triple glazing keeps it quiet. Right in the heart of the city close to all shops, restaurants and transport links. Near to the Crown Court, Cathedral, Theatre, River and the nightlife of this lovely historic city.
We have provided a "Zip and Link" bed to give guests a choice. In the lounge is a TV with an Amazon Firestick for Netflix etc and a Blueray DVD player.
There are two "Bolero" for drinks or excellent coffee and bites close by, as well as a plethora of other similar establishments. Just below the apartments is a Wetherspoons. The mainline station is less than 100 yards away. Opposite there is a Cinema and Taxi rank. The public towpath for river walks and Boat trips is a short walk as is the Racecourse which features many activities as well as racing. There is also the superb new Library called the Beehive.
Room Type

Entire home/flat


Property Type

Flat


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom

Rent a tent Midlands is a family business created from our love for the outdoors and the simplicity of camping. It is a great way to forget about the hectic and stressful pressures of our materialistic and gadget conscious lifestyles while experiencing all the physical and mental health benefits that are associated with camping. We provide a stress and hassle free, camping package. All you need to do is book your chosen campsite within Worcestershire, Herefordshire or Gloucestershire
We at rent a tent Midlands only use Vango tents due to their high quality, reliability and stability, which is why they are so popular amongst campers. The tent is a spacious full head height 4/5 man tent, so no bad backs from continually bending over. We provide all the basic equipment required to make your stay a comfortable and enjoyable camping experience. Included : Tent Bed, air mattress and sleeping bag Table and chairs Kitchen unit Gas stove and grill Kettle Pots and pans Utensils Plates, bowls, glasses, cups and cutlery Washing up liquid, cloth and tea towel Electric hook up Lighting is by lantern to create an intimate and cosy space And playing cards for hopefully not, those rainy days!
Whether you enjoy activity pursuits like mountain biking, horse riding or water sports, the West Midlands safari park or prefer the relaxed way of life Worcestershire has it all. There are numerous places for walking and cycling, such as the Wyre Forest, Malvern Hills, Brendon Hills, Cotswolds, Forest of Dean or the Black Mountains, there’s something for everyone which will provide hours of entertainment for children and adults alike. Plenty of which are cost free. You will also find spots for fishing and a large choice of national trust properties and country gardens. Worcestershire’s rural landscape with its patchwork fields, majestic Malvern hills and a vast network of rivers and canals provides an excellent playground for leisure pursuits and a picturesque place for relaxation.
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Entire home/flat


Property Type

Tent


Accommodates

4


Bedrooms

2

Clifton upon Teme, Worcestershire, United Kingdom

There are so many cities in the world, there are so many places in the city, but you have just walked into my home, it is good to meet you here. I like travel very much, don't like to be the same, and I am obsessed with going to the hotel. I have been starting a business. On the way, I hope to show you all the good things. Design style decoration is my careful selection, it is a very happy thing to turn things that I like into reality. I hope you can live comfortably.
Room Type

Entire home/flat


Property Type

Flat


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom

Centre of Worcestershire town centre, cosy place walk from the shops
In the centre of town so late hours are loud
Room Type

Private room


Property Type

Flat


Accommodates

1


Bedrooms

1

Worcester, United Kingdom

We are proud to offer a stunning apartment, located right in the heart of the city. It is fitted with a washing machine, dishwasher, large TV, Netflix, MP3 dock/radio, oven, microwave, fridge, kettle and toaster – and just about everything else you might need. The property has a private bathroom with shower and bath, and we supply fresh linen. Bars, restaurants, clubs and the train station are all within a 5-minute walk. The apartment can hold up to 6 guests in total. Children over 12 welcome.
Room Type

Entire home/flat


Property Type

Flat


Accommodates

6


Bedrooms

2

Worcester, England, United Kingdom

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