Malvern is a spa town 10 miles west of Worcester, famous for the Malvern Hills running 15 km North to South. This where Elgar (http://www.elgarmuseum.org/) gained inspiration for much of his famous work, where Malvern Water (http://holywellmalvernspringwater.co.uk/ ) and Morgan cars (http://www.morgan-motor.co.uk/) also originate. Here are a few events happening during Winter in Malvern.
The UK is becoming a hotbed of good food, well served by farmer’s markets where people with a real passion for fresh, organic produce sell some fabulous treats to discerning customers. If you’re spending time in Cheshire on a luxury cottage break, it’s time to start exploring what the county has to offer, so you can stock up your cupboards with some delicious local fare during your stay. Here are the best food festivals and farmers markets in Cheshire.
Staffordshire, in the heart of England, seems to have more than its fair share of family entertainment on offer all year round. That makes it the perfect destination for a break, whether that’s the Easter holidays or the autumn half term. With luxury cottages available across the county, you’re never far from all the action, no matter what age your children or their interests. Here are a few of the best for family fun in Staffordshire.
Family Fun at Christmas in Worcestershire is easy to find. Worcestershire is one of those counties that keeps you coming back year after year. Its stunning countryside, gentle hills and rural idyll also makes it a perfect getaway for a tranquil family Christmas. Make a change this year and instead of staying at home during the festive season, book a luxury holiday cottage in Worcestershire for a wonderful change of scenery. And if you’ve got the kids with you, then here are a selection of fun things to do around Yule that the little ones will love:
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