Buttermilk Bed & Breakfast
2 miles from Droitwich/ 5 miles from Worcester/ 3 miles from junction 6 of M5 Motorway, Buttermilk is situated in the village of Ladywood, in a tranquil rural setting, with extensive views over the Salwarpe and Severn valleys, with high standard en-suite guest rooms, disabled facilities and off road parking.
We pride ourselves on our varied breakfast fare. We source locally where possible and supply eggs from our own free range chickens. We make our own preserves. Our home made cakes await all guests upon arrival.
Close by is the spa town of Droitwich, with its brine bath, and Worcester City has many attractions, including Cathedral, County Cricket Ground, Guildhall, Civil War Museum, Porcelain Visitors Centre, and Elgars birthplace nearby. Ideal base for touring regional sites of interest, including Malvern, Worcester, Hereford, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Stratford upon Avon and the Cotswolds.
The valleys of the rivers Teme, Wye and Avon, tributaries of the Severn, afford some of the finest scenery, with many attractive towns and villages. Hereford on the Wye, together with Gloucester and Worcester, provide rotational venues for the acclaimed 3 choirs festival.
The area is steeped in history, and if this is your bent, we have a fund of local knowledge. Apart from our happy situation regarding views, we are close to many areas of outstanding natural beauty, and for those welcome visitors from abroad, who have a fondness for things English, the local villages and towns, with black and white timbered buildings and the small fields enclosed by hedge rows; so typical of historic rural England, are most prominent here. We are a comparatively short distance from Ironbridge, where the Industrial Revolution started. A little closer is the Black Country Museum, which is a must.
There are many eating establishments within 1 1/2 mile radius of Buttermilk.
||Buttermilk Bed & Breakfast,
Four Gables Longlands,
Worcester, WR3 7SX
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