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Hotels in Stourport

Stourport's a unique rural canal town nestled in the heart of the Severn Valley. The town has many attractions to enjoy and is a popular holiday destination.

Stourport hotels range from luxury accommodation with spas and leisure clubs to the more affordable B&B meaning Stourport will suit most budgets.

Nature Reserves

Stourport's prime rural location means it's a brilliant place to explore the spectacular English countryside.

An impressive place to visit is the Hartlebury Common Nature Reserve. The reserve is easily accessible with several car parks and a circular trail is marked out around the park allowing you to explore. Make sure you keep an eye out for butterflies as the reserve has over 100 species of moths and butterflies.

You can continue your tour of English countryside by visiting the Moorhall Marsh Nature Reserve. The reserve is mostly wetland and is accessed by a boardwalk which allows excellent views of its birds and butterflies.

Riverside Meadows

The meadows in the town running along the banks of the river Severn are home to many attractions for you to enjoy. There are lots of family friendly activities like crazy golf and go-karting. The main attraction is the Stourport Treasure Island which is a traditional amusement park with lots of classic rides like dodgems, a ferris wheel and a helter skelter.

Eating Out

Stourport has a good selection of places to eat with restaurants, traditional pubs and tea rooms. An interesting café for you to try is the Clock Gallery Café. It offers freshly made cakes as well as local arts and crafts in its attached art gallery.

When you want something more substantial you should head to the Ad Gustum Restaurant located on the high street which serves traditional food with a contemporary twist.


Stourport has a rich history for you to discover. Hartlebury castle was built in the 13th century and originally the residence of the Bishop of Worcester is just 2 miles away from Stourport. The castle is now maintained by a charitable trust and is well worth a visit.

You can also explore the Worcestershire County Museum which is housed in the servants' quarters of the castle. The museum has exhibits focusing on local history including local archeological finds. There's even more for you to explore in the castle grounds which include a cider mill, a transport gallery and a collection of Gypsy caravans.

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