Cheap Hotels in Bewdley
The 4-star Mercure Bewdley The Heath Hotel combines 19th century heritage and picturesque country surrounds. This historic Victorian splendour is set among 20 acres of landscaped gardens across the Worcestershire countryside and is close to West Midland Safari Park. Wind down in the onsite Feel Good Health Club and enjoy an internationally inspired menu in The Court restaurant or light snacks in the The Court Bar and Terrace.
The Welch Gate Guest House Hotel
Hotels in Bewdley
At Worcestershire's north-western edge, Bewdley is a scenic riverside Georgian village. It sits peacefully on the banks of the River Severn. The name ‘Bewdley' comes from the French ‘Beau Lieu' – a beautiful place.
Bewdley hotels are typically holiday lets and B&Bs. There are also several holiday cottages along the riverfront – prices tend to drop as you move further into the centre.
Bewdley isn't far from Wyre Forest National Nature Reserve, a Site of Scientific Special Interest . The reserve covers almost 550 hectares, and you're likely to see many species of birds and butterflies as you explore.
The Rock Pathfinders group holds monthly walking meets along local bridleways and footpaths. The walks are free, guided, and take roughly two to three hours.
A walk along by the river will also lead you to plenty of cafés, restaurants and pubs. The village has over 20 pubs in total, several Indian restaurants and independent coffee shops.
Shopping in Bewdley
Bewdley Farm Shop is close to the river, and is open seven days a week, including Bank Holidays. It stocks fresh fruit and veg, cut flowers, exotic fruits, fish, bedding plants and homemade preserves.
The village proudly boasts a high number of independent shops, retaining a local atmosphere. It's known in the region for traditional sweet shops and a booming antiques trade. If you stay in Bewdley during the winter, shops will usually stay open later in the run-up to Christmas.
Events and points of interest
The calendar of events in and around Bewdley is packed every month. It's home to an annual duck race, which takes place in January and is fun for all the family. The village also hosts a carnival week, a beer festival, several regattas and many other themed festivals.
All year round, Bewdley Museum in the town centre displays paintings and photographs in regularly changing exhibitions. It also has a herb garden and a café on site.
Bewdley also makes a great base for exploring the rest of Worcestershire. You're not far from the Severn Valley Railway and family friendly West Midlands Safari Park.
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