Read all about it Worchester’s Berrows Journal is the oldest newspaper in the world. With regular publications since 1709 (and maybe 1690) this paper has survived longer than any other. The Worcester cathedral’s chapter house is the only circular one in the country and it also has the honour of the tomb of king John.
Worcester is also home to the guildhall. This is one of he most gracious Queen Anne hall in the county and was designed by Thomas White who was an pupil to Sir Christopher Wren.
The major arm hotel is a converted cider mill that still keeps some of the original stone flagstones and stove fires. The site is actually a pub with a couple of guest rooms rather than a hotel nut its countryside location and pleasant pub atmosphere make it an ideal weekend break destination. This isn’t the only hotel renovated from an old building; the Fownes hotel is a renovated glove factory 2 minutes away from Worcester city centre.
Daybrook house is a bed &breakfast on the outskirts of the city. It was built in the 1700’s and has many period features such as beams and fireplaces. On arrival guests are served with cream tea in the living room. All rooms have en-suites and TV’s and breakfast is created from locally sourced ingredients.
If you want to stick to chain hotels that you trust then there is a premier Inn and a Travelodge in the city. There are also two Menzies hotels in or around the city.
So when booking your stay in Worcester use www.Infotel.co.uk to book your hotel.